Using new imaging methods, Stanford researchers found distinct differences between the brains of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome and those of healthy people.
Patients with certain kinds of brain damage can wind up with locked-in syndrome. A recently published case study shows that a non-invasive brain-computer interface can help.
What, exactly, is curiosity and how does it work? A study suggests that the brain's chemistry changes when we become curious, helping us better learn and retain information.
The breakthrough will allow drugs to reach diseased areas of the brain that are otherwise out of bounds.
An intervention program draws on research suggesting that schizophrenia unfolds much more slowly than might be obvious, even to families.
Researchers found that following an induced stroke in mice, astrocytes— or support cells— start to form nerve cells in the injured part of the brain.
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