See-through brain technology may lead to better treatments 
See-through brain technology may lead to better treatments
Scientists have developed a “transparent” brain technique that may lead to new treatments for brain disorders.
Time matters: What you should know about stroke 
Time matters: What you should know about stroke
The news of Margret Thatcher’s passing of stroke sheds light on the disease. Here’s what you should know.
Brain aneurysm: A race to live  Featured
Brain aneurysm: A race to live
A brain aneurysm left 63-year-old Kathy Ciolino fighting for her life. Find out what minimally invasive treatment doctors used to save her life just in time.
Helping seniors spot depression 
Helping seniors spot depression
When it comes to seniors, knowing the signs of depression can help prevent it before it starts.
Poetry teaches autistic kids the art of communication 
Poetry teaches autistic kids the art of communication
A technique capitalizing on Shakespeare is helping to improve social and communication skills in children with autism.
Can parent arguments hurt a child’s mental development? 
Can parent arguments hurt a child’s mental development?
New study sheds light on just how much kids are affected when their parents fight.
Light sleep linked to memory loss in older adults 
Light sleep linked to memory loss in older adults
If you’re older and feel like your memory is slipping, age may not be the only reason, experts say. Learn how getting a solid night’s sleep can keep your mind sharp.