It’s a day to celebrate the 10% who always feel they’re being elbowed out by the other 90%
Using hand gestures may be important for more than just making a point; they could help children to learn.
It’s the first test to diagnose the behavioral disorder using brain wave patterns, but it won’t be the last. The idea of reading the brain’s activity for clues to mental illness is gaining ground.
Worried that living longer will mean living longer with mental and physical disabilities? Your worries may be over.
If EKGs can detect potential problems in heart function, then doctors are asking why brain scans can’t be used in the same way, to identify disorders like depression, autism or schizophrenia.
Genetic changes are almost certainly behind many cases of autism, and the latest research suggests that some of those alterations may be contributing to more densely connected networks of brain nerves.
A severe car accident eight years ago left Australian Leanne Rowe with a broken back and jaw — and a French accent.
What are you feeling? For the first time, a brain scan might be able to answer that question.
BigBrain, a 3D digital reconstruction of a human brain, provides a first-ever high resolution view of the inner workings of the human brain that could lead to better understanding of how we think, talk, and feel.
Who doesn’t want a pristine lawn free of annoying weeds and bugs? But some of those pest-fighting strategies may come with a price — to your health.
There are many roads to greatness, but logging 10,000 hours of practice to help you perfect a skill may not be sufficient.
Are they laughing at you or laughing with you? Your brain can tell the difference.