A new study links declined brain function with type 2 diabetes in older adults.
The findings were published in the journal Nicotine & Tobacco Research.
A Russian study found that kindergarten teachers transmit social norms to children, including conservative ideas of femininity and masculinity.
The study, conducted in mice, suggests that second-hand smoke exposure alters cells that regulate how the heart beats.
The research team found that when they stimulated the right temporal part of the brain in the alpha frequency, it increased the brain’s ability to override...
The findings were published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology.
Findings could lead to early diagnosis and better treatment studies.
The researchers have been testing how confident we feel when judging other people’s emotions, and what areas of the brain are used.
And for better or worse, your upbringing probably has minimal effect.
"Our operating model was that by improving cardiovascular risk, you're also improving neurocognitive functioning."