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Children whose mothers abused methamphetamine (meth) during pregnancy show brain abnormalities that may be more severe than that of children exposed to alcohol prenatally.
Study suggests future portable prosthetic devices for movement-impaired.
In new animal study, neurons developed from stem cells successfully wired with other brain regions.
Expert commentaries underscore need for public education and advocacy.
Tone-deafness appears to be attributed to poor wiring between certain regions of the brain, researchers reported Wednesday.
Scientists at the University of Rochester have discovered that the hormone estrogen plays a pivotal role in how the brain processes sounds.
Mathematical value intuited without calculation; findings may impact math education.
It takes weeks or months for the effect of most antidepressants to kick in, time that can feel like an eternity to those who need the drugs the most.
In a series of experiments with sleeping mice, researchers have shown that the part of the brain that processes scents is indeed a key part of forming long-term memories, especially involving other individuals.
Findings may help explain how sleep-deprived people stay alert.