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Brain's 'support cells' play active role in memory and learning
Glial cells don't just support neurons, the brain's information processors. In pruning synapses, they also play a role in learning and memory, says study.
Rheumatoid arthritis: How chronic inflammation affects the brain
A new study shows how rheumatoid arthritis inflammation affects different brain areas. The findings may explain the cognitive symptoms of the condition.
What does it mean if you have shaky hands?
Shaky hands can interfere with everyday activities, and the tremors vary in severity. Neurological conditions, movement disorders, and issues such as anxiety or withdrawal may be responsible for the tremors, and a wide range of treatments are available. Learn more about shaky hands and types of tremor here.
What is Evekeo?
Evekeo is an amphetamine-based medication that is used to treat narcolepsy, ADHD, and excess weight. Evekeo is the trade name as there is no generic amphetamine drug. It is a controlled substance, due to the risk of dependence and adverse effects. Find out more about this drug, its uses, and the risks involved.
Everything you need to know about facial tics
Facial tics are sudden, involuntary muscle movements in the face. They can be mild or severe, making it difficult for a person to carry out everyday activities. Facial tic disorders include transient tic disorder, chronic motor tic disorder, and Tourette's syndrome. Read about treatment, and when to see a doctor.
Do our guts have a say in our spatial memory?
New research suggests that our guts send signals to our brains that inform our spatial memory and ability to orient ourselves in our environment. How come?
Finding it hard to cut down on processed foods? Here's why
How do our brains react to processed foods, high in fats and carbohydrates but with little energetic value? And why is it so hard to avoid temptation?
MS: New findings may 'prevent future loss of brain cells'
Scientists have now identified a unique cell death mechanism behind the destruction of nerve insulation in MS, and an anti-inflammatory that blocks it.
The curious case of a blind woman who sees motion
The brain's ability to rewire itself, or neuroplasticity, explains the case of a blind woman who can see objects only when they are in motion.
Single brain 'switch' controls both sleep and wakefulness
Contrary to current scientific theories, our brains do not use several areas to control sleep and wakefulness, suggests a new study.
Skull-drilling: The ancient roots of modern neurosurgery
How did ancient Peruvians master trepanation — drilling holes into the skull for medical or ritual reasons — which would later evolve into brain surgery?
What does a positive or negative Hoffman sign mean?
The Hoffman sign is the result of the Hoffman test, which is used to test the fingers and thumb for symptoms of a central nervous system problem. This could include spinal nerves. A doctor usually does the test when they suspect an underlying condition. Learn more about the Hoffman sign test, and what the results mean.
This 'light-activated' drug could treat Parkinson's
A drug activated in the brain using light delivered by implanted optical fiber improved motor function and reduced Parkinson's symptoms in mice.
Why are some people ticklish?
The tickle response is different for everyone. Some people have a very strong response, and others are only ticklish sometimes. Some parts of the body may also be more ticklish than others. Here, we look at causes of the tickle response, why people vary in their sensitivity to tickling, and how to prevent ticklishness.
What happens in the brain during a spiritual experience?
How might spiritual practice affect the brain? A new study suggests that heightened spiritual experiences may help to counteract the effect of stressors.
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