Brain Health

There’s a reason the human brain might gravitate toward pajamas on an “off” day: role theory.
The diagnosis prevented her from returning to the ring to compete for the tag titles.
Eli Gregg's mom says he's promised to “stay away from sharp objects.”
Oh deer! There’s a chronic wasting disease that is turning deer, moose and elk into “zombie-like” creatures.
Conservatives respond to fear more strongly than liberals do, says one neuroscientist who studies political anxiety.
Roxli Doss' parents are convinced a miracle healed their daughter, who was diagnosed with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma.
He was diagnosed with variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease after arriving at a hospital with muddled thinking and difficulty walking.
Sen. John McCain died on Aug. 25 after a yearlong battle with brain cancer.
The research psychologist explained the uneven memories of sexual assault survivors to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
An explanation of how alcohol can erase part of your night out.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and Sickle Cell Awareness Month.
In addition to his lifetime of public service, McCain moved the needle on glioblastoma awareness.
Which is weird, because lead causes brain damage in children.
The White House has been asked to send Vice President Mike Pence instead.
The most essential ingredient is in the dressing.
There may be psychological reasons these accounts are so compelling.
When Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) tweeted a question about age minimums for voting and for gun purchases, thousands of teenagers fired back.
When Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) tweeted a question about age minimums for voting and for gun purchases, thousands of teenagers fired back.