Articles for Tag: "neuroscience"

Can exercise keep your brain young? 
Can exercise keep your brain young?
A study finds that the brain of fit older adults functions like those of younger individuals.
Cancer drug may help Alzheimer’s patients make new memories 
Cancer drug may help Alzheimer’s patients make new memories
Learn more about the latest research that could be key to finding a cure.
How video games can be good for your brain 
How video games can be good for your brain
While they improve cognitive functioning, researchers caution that there’s a downside to gaming.
Spouses of stroke survivors at risk, study finds 
Spouses of stroke survivors at risk, study finds
Declines in social function and vitality may appear just one year after their loved one’s stroke.
Can Silly Putty change how stem cells grow? 
Can Silly Putty change how stem cells grow?
One of the ingredients in the classic toy could advance stem cell therapies.
Physical pains triggered by others’ emotions? 
Physical pains triggered by others’ emotions?
When we see others experience ‘social’ pain, a new study says a pain response is tripped in our brain.
Dual approach to treating brain tumors  Featured
Dual approach to treating brain tumors
Brain tumors require fast action. Read how a team of brain tumor experts at Advocate Christ Medical Center helped to get a 40-something fashionista back to health.