Tagged With Neuroscience

There's even more evidence that your waistline is one of the best ways to tell if you're healthy — especially as you age


A judge has ordered the Trump administration to stop giving detained migrant children mind-altering drugs. Here's what they do.


If you've ever accidentally put your keys in the fridge, new research could explain why




You don't need to spend hours at the gym to boost your body and brain — here's how long your workout should take


A startup backed by Peter Thiel has churned out 20,000 doses of magic mushrooms, and is making more


Meet the 29-year-old who founded a company that's using technology to find treatments for diseases thought to be incurable



Doctors are calling out a new drug that helps people with addiction for costing more than $1,700 a week — while a generic costs just $1


The Thai soccer coach taught his team to meditate in the flooded cave — and it may have played a powerful role in keeping them alive


Feeling younger than your age could be a sign your brain is healthy, according to new research


People can seem more racist as they get older, but it's not simply a case of 'being from a different time'


Brain stimulation could zap out violent and criminal thoughts, according to new research


A mysterious supplement has a viral following of people who take it for addiction — and researchers say it's too compelling to ignore


Herpes may play a role in developing Alzheimer's, a new study suggests — reigniting a controversial theory about what causes the disease


A pharma CEO says a new depression drug could have lasting effects after one short course, like antibiotics — here's what experts think


How playing video games affects your body and brain


There’s a sea change coming for the $1 billion marijuana-based industry you’ve never heard of



The scientific reason we hear a sentence like a song when it's repeated over and over


Some people can feel it on their own bodies when others are touched, hit, or stroked -- and researchers are trying to figure out why


We stop discovering new music at age 30, a new survey suggests -- here are the scientific reasons why this could be


When phone notifications interrupt our train of thought it's called the 'switch cost' -- here's what it means