Fish oil may reduce the effects that junk food has on the brain, a new review from the University of Liverpool has shown.
Can mind-body practices help medical students?
The answer appears to be yes, according to a Boston University School of Medicine study, published in Medical Education Online.
People who exercise later in life may better protect their brain from age-related changes than those who do not, a study suggests. Continue reading »
A new study shows mild traumatic brain injuries impact the brain in several ways. Dr. Sergei Kirov, neuroscientist at the Medical College of Georgia, explains "Even with a mild trauma, we found we still have these ischemic blood vessels and, if blood flow is not returned to normal, synapses start to die." Continue reading »
When it comes to protection against Alzheimer’s disease, something new could be just the thing.
Researchers at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) have shown that engaging in new activities may boost a molecular mechanism in the brain.