The age-old snack is so good for us, some are calling it "the medicinal plant of 2012."
A new study in monkeys identifies the area of the brain that appears most active in categorizing information.
J147, a new synthetic drug developed by the Salk Institute of Cellular Neurobiology, might not only stop the disease, but reverse it.
The events that take place in the brain hours and even days after severe head trauma could be much more devastating than the impact, resulting in loss of brain function -- or worse.
Using an advanced MRI technique, a new study shows that heading in soccer damages the nerve cells and axonal tracts in the brain
Working with mice, MIT researchers found that a rare disease on the autism spectrum is caused by the exact opposite of another autism disease, further complicating study of the condition
This new device allows researchers to record brain activity over a much larger area and with higher resolution than anything previously used
Those with the affliction currently treat it with Aspirin and Tylenol to reduce inflammation and pain, but researchers believe a drug inhibiting the complement system could be more effective