Five early warning signs that tell your brain is declining!

Here are five early warning signs that tell your brain is slowing down.

Study reveals past experiences affect recognition, memory

Some researchers say those regions talk to each other, enabling better recognition of an object.

How aggression can change your brain

 Aggression can lead to generation of new nerve cells in the brain and also change the activity of existing cells, new research has found.

Female infants less vulnerable to brain injury: Study

Females infants have a higher level of a protein than males that protects them against brain injury during birth which may lead to long-term neurological issues or even death, a new study has found.

More than 2,100 pregnant Colombian women infected with Zika virus

More than 2,100 pregnant Colombian women are infected with the mosquito-borne Zika virus, the country`s national health institute said on Saturday, as the disease continues its spread across the Americas.

Subtle brain differences prominent in autistic men

British researchers have identified subtle differences in the brains of adult males with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The subtle brain differences were found in men who at a very young age had severe problems with communication and social interaction, the study showed.

Red emergency alert against 'dangerous 7'

The WHO had on Thursday issued a warning to all countries, including India, who have the vector of Aedes mosquito, adding that the Zika virus is "spreading explosively" and could infect as many as 4 million people in the Americas.

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Size does matter when it comes to animal brains

 A mammal's brain size predicts its problem-solving ability, says a study.

Decoded: Why mistakes slow us down

Decoded: Why mistakes slow us down

It has been long established that humans often slow down after mistakes, a phenomenon called post-error slowing (PES).

Information flows in brain like well-defined travel routes

 Just as most of the world's air travel passes through a few major hubs, the majority of information in the brain flows through similarly well-travelled routes, a team led by an Indian-origin researcher from Indiana University has found.

Why it's difficult to control sweet cravings

 A habit leaves a lasting mark on specific circuits in the brain, pushing us to feed our cravings, reveals a new study.

Can't stop eating junk food? Blame your habits

The research deepens scientists' understanding of how habits like sugar and other vices manifest in the brain and suggests new strategies for breaking them.

Brain's memory capacity 10 times more than thought

Our brain may have 10 times more memory capacity than what is commonly estimated, suggests new research.

Depression may disrupt brain's emotion processing network

 Regions of the brain that normally work together to process emotion become decoupled in people who experience multiple episodes of depression, a study has found.

Over-consumption of sugar during adolescence alters brain's reward circuits: Study

Long-term impacts of over-consumption of sugary foods during adolescence can be studied with the help of a recent study conducted on rats.

Anxiety can affect your walking direction

A new research has found that people, who experience anxiety and inhibition, have more activity in the right side of their brain which makes them to walk in a leftward trajectory.

We are better at detecting laughter than words

Whether they are growls of anger, the laughter of happiness or cries of sadness, humans pay more attention when an emotion is expressed through vocalisations than we do when the same emotion is expressed in speech.

The sound of your voice can affect your mood!

A study from the French National Center For Scientific Research (CNRS), published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS) journal, has found that we are unaware of our emotional expressions and that our mood can be changed without our knowledge.

Increased rage attacks are linked to smaller emotional brains

If you have an aggressive nature than you should know that Neuroimaging studies suggest that frontolimbic regions of the brain, structures that regulate emotions, play an important role in the biology of aggressive behaviour.