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Rhythm of breathing affects memory, fear
SCIENCE DAILY The rhythm of breathing creates electrical activity in the human brain that enhances emotional judgments and memory recall, scientists have discovered for the first time. These effects on behavior depend critically on whether you inhale or... 2 hours
What makes a neuron a neuron?
SCIENCE DAILY Two sibling RNA-binding proteins (PTBP1 and PTBP2) serve both redundant and unique functions in the developing brain when neural stem cells are changed into neurons, providing insight into how neurons are formed, report scientists. 2 hours
Working out the genetic risk for ADHD
SCIENCE DAILY Genetics play a strong part in the development of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), but the path from a gene to risk for the disorder has remained a black box to researchers.. A new study suggests... 2 hours
How to overcome end-point bias in the media to make smarter decisions
SCIENCE DAILY “End-point bias” is a well-known psychological tendency to interpret a recent short-term fluctuation as a reversal of a long-term trend. A study has concluded... 2 hours
Genetic memory of starvation may curtail lifespan of men and male descendants
SCIENCE DAILY New research suggests that periods of fasting or starvation may significantly shorten the lifespans of both children and their male descendants. 2 hours
Blood-brain barrier on a chip sheds new light on 'silent killer'
SCIENCE DAILY The blood-brain barrier is a network of specialized cells that surrounds the arteries and veins within the brain. It forms a unique gateway that both provides... 2 hours
Scientists uncover potential driver of age- and Alzheimer's-related memory loss
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have made an important discovery toward the development of drugs to treat age-related memory loss in diseases like Alzheimer’s. They found that reduced levels of a protein... 2 hours
What Is a 'Self'? Here Are All the Possibilities
LIVE SCIENCE VIDEO At one extreme, the self is a made-up construct arising from our complex brains. At the other, the self is a soul or spirit that can survive death. 3 hours
High-resolution brain scans could improve concussion detection
SCIENCE DAILY High-resolution brain scans, coupled with computational analysis, could play a critical role in helping to detect concussions that conventional scans might miss, report investigators. 3 hours
MAO is a possible Alzheimer's disease biomarker
SCIENCE DAILY Alzheimer's disease affects more than 35 million people, a number that is expected to increase in the coming years. Currently, Alzheimer's diagnoses rely on clinical neuropathologic assessment of amyloid-beta peptide aggregates (plaques) and neurofibrillary... 3 hours
Scientists shed new light on how the brain processes, maintains what we don't see
SCIENCE DAILY A team of scientists has mapped out how our brains process visuals we don’t even know we’ve seen, indicating that... 4 hours
Babies' first words can be predicted based on visual attention
SCIENCE DAILY Psychologists have shown that a baby's most likely first words are based upon their visual experience, laying the foundation for a new theory of infant language learning. 4 hours
Raising the curtain on cerebral malaria's deadly agents
SCIENCE DAILY Using state-of-the-art brain imaging technology, scientists filmed what happens in the brains of mice that developed cerebral malaria (CM). The results reveal the processes that lead to fatal outcomes of the disease... 4 hours
MRI scans detect 'brain rust' in schizophrenia
SCIENCE DAILY A damaging chemical imbalance in the brain may contribute to schizophrenia, according to research. 4 hours
When neurons are 'born' impacts olfactory behavior in mice
SCIENCE DAILY Neurons generated at different life stages in mice can impact aspects of their olfactory sense and behavior, report scientists. 5 hours
Substance present in ayahuasca brew stimulates generation of human neural cells
SCIENCE DAILY Human neural progenitors exposed to harmine, an alkaloid presented at the psychotropic plant decoction ayahuasca, led to a 70 percent increase in proliferation of these cells.... 5 hours
Unique visual stimulation may be new treatment for Alzheimer's
SCIENCE DAILY Using LED lights flickering at a specific frequency, researchers have shown that they can significantly reduce the beta amyloid plaques seen in Alzheimer's disease in the visual cortex of mice.... 5 hours
Brain waves show promise against Alzheimer’s protein in mice
SCIENCE-NEWS Flickers of light induce brain waves that wash amyloid-beta out of the brain, mouse study suggests. 5 hours
Beware: Children can passively 'smoke' marijuana, too
SCIENCE DAILY Relaxing with a joint around children is not very wise. Not only do youngsters inhale harmful secondary smoke in the process, but the psychoactive chemicals in the drug are taken up by their bodies... 6 hours
Study detects biomarkers from secondhand marijuana smoke exposure in children
NEWS MEDICAL Relaxing with a joint around children is not very wise. Not only do youngsters inhale harmful secondary smoke in the process, but the psychoactive chemicals in the drug... 6 hours
your brain registers more than you think you see nyu researchers find Your brain registers more than you think you see, NYU researchers find
CBC The brain is capable of retaining information about subliminal images - those that unknowingly affect your mind, a team of scientists confirms in a... 7 hours
Medical News Today: Brain cancer: New biomarker could improve diagnosis of glioma
MNT After analyzing data from many genetic studies, researchers find that a high expression of SHOX2 gene predicts poor survival in intermediate-grade gliomas. 7 hours
Brain Gain: Aerobic Exercise Pumps Up Gray Matter
LIVE SCIENCE Exercising aerobically may lead to changes in the size of certain parts of your brain, a new study finds. 7 hours
Brain cancer: New biomarker could improve diagnosis of glioma
MNT After analyzing data from many genetic studies, researchers find that a high expression of SHOX2 gene predicts poor survival in intermediate-grade gliomas. 7 hours
School shootings less likely in states with background checks on gun purchases
MNT ...And in those with higher spends on mental health services and public education. 9 hours
Whiplash symptoms are caused by actual changes in the brain
SCIENCE DAILY Study reveals changes in the regions of the brain connected to pain and posture processing. Whiplash symptoms that last years after a car accident but cannot be seen... 9 hours
How to overcome end-point bias in the media to make smarter decisions
PHYS.ORG "End-point bias" is a well-known psychological tendency to interpret a recent short-term fluctuation as a reversal of a long-term trend. A study published in... 9 hours
Forensic evidence largely not supported by sound science – now what?
PHYS.ORG Forensic science has become a mainstay of many a TV drama, and it's just as important in real-life criminal trials. Drawing on biology, chemistry, genetics, medicine... 12 hours
Medical News Today: New drug might halt the progress of neurodegenerative disease
MNT Spinal muscular atrophy type 1 kills most infants by their second birthday. A new drug has shown positive results against the disease in young... 14 hours
New drug might halt the progress of neurodegenerative disease
MNT Spinal muscular atrophy type 1 kills most infants by their second birthday. A new drug has shown positive results against the disease in young patients. 14 hours
A traditional Japanese art inspires a futuristic innovation: Brain 'organoids'
MNT The ancient Japanese art of flower arranging was the inspiration for a groundbreaking technique to create tiny "artificial brains" that could be used to develop personalized cancer treatments. 14 hours
'Shock and kill' strategy for curing HIV may endanger patients' brains
MNT Combination drug treatments have become successful at long-term control of HIV infection, but the goal of totally wiping out the virus and curing patients has so... 14 hours
Persistence of job insecurity linked to greater psychological distress in later life
NEWS MEDICAL The long-term threat of getting a pink slip is giving some older workers the blues. 17 hours
Direct link between REM sleep loss, desire for sugary and fatty foods discovered
SCIENCE DAILY A new method has been used by researchers to produce REM sleep loss in mice along with a chemical-genetic technique to block... 21 hours
Pathway linked to slower aging also fuels brain cancer
SCIENCE DAILY A metabolic pathway linked to slower aging is overactive in a deadly form of brain cancer, according to researchers. Their findings suggest that tweaking the pathway to treat cancer may... 22 hours
Study shows how speed information reaches the brain's navigation center
NEWS MEDICAL Similar neural pathways exist in humans. They are known to be damaged by Alzheimer's disease - a possible explanation why spatial orientation is frequently impaired in this form... 22 hours
Humans play video game with signals sent directly to their brains - CNET
CNET No visuals, no audio: The only thing telling these humans how to play this game is a low current delivered directly to... 22 hours
NIH scientists unravel chain of events that lead to fatal outcomes in cerebral malaria
NEWS MEDICAL Using state-of-the-art brain imaging technology, scientists at the National Institutes of Health filmed what happens in the brains of mice... 22 hours
Research provides new insights into how the brain protects consolidation of new memories
NEWS MEDICAL Throughout our waking lives we are exposed to a continuous stream of stimuli and experiences. Some of these experiences trigger the strengthening... 23 hours
Scientists discover new biomarker to help determine aggressiveness of brain cancer
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have found a new biomarker for glioma, a common type of brain cancer, that can help doctors determine how aggressive... 23 hours
Rhythm of breathing influences emotional judgments and memory recall
NEWS MEDICAL Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered for the first time that the rhythm of breathing creates electrical activity in the human brain that enhances emotional judgments and memory recall. 23 hours
Researchers develop new microfluidic device to study brain inflammation
NEWS MEDICAL The blood-brain barrier is a network of specialized cells that surrounds the arteries and veins within the brain. It forms a unique gateway that both provides brain cells with the... 24 hours
What makes a neuron a neuron? Study finds clues in RNA-binding proteins in brain cells
PHYS.ORG It remains unclear to scientists why almost every RNA-binding protein has a sibling - or "paralog." While such... 1 day
No peeking: Humans play computer game using only direct brain stimulation
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have published the first demonstration of humans playing a simple, two-dimensional computer game using only input from direct brain stimulation — without relying on any... 1 day
Speed data for the brain's navigation system
SCIENCE DAILY In order to guide us accurately through space, the brain needs a 'sense' of the speed of our movement. But how do such stimuli actually reach the brain? Researchers have now identified a signal... 1 day
Brain blocks new memory formation on waking to safeguard consolidation of existing memories
SCIENCE DAILY During consolidation, the brain produces new proteins that strengthen fragile memory traces. However, if a new experience occurs while an existing memory... 1 day
Metabolic pathway that shows potential to slow aging may drive brain cancer
NEWS MEDICAL While a particular metabolic pathway shows potential to slow down the aging process, new research indicates a downside: That same pathway may drive brain... 1 day
The balancing act in membrane turnover—an enzyme that links endocytosis to membrane recycling
PHYS.ORG All cells have surface membranes, and this membrane is especially important in the light-sensitive cells of the eyes in your body. Within... 1 day
Tufts researchers uncover possible source of genetic error causing multiple diseases
MNT Tufts University researchers have discovered a possible explanation for the occurrence of a genetic error that causes over a dozen neuromuscular and neurodegenerative disorders, including... 1 day
Psychosocial risk factors are associated with high readmission rates, longer hospital stays
MNT A new study shows that psychosocial risk factors that impact a person's ability to cope with chronic stress are associated with significantly higher readmission... 1 day
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