This ad will auto close in 10 seconds

Brain dead man's kin donate his vital organs to three patients

Three ill patients who had minute chance of revival got a new life with the deceased's liver, heart and heart valves.

Look out for physical root of depression!

 A new research by the University of Warwick, UK, and Fudan University, China has taken the understanding of the physical root of depression a step forward.

Possible new therapy for anxiety-related conditions found!

 The nerves we feel before a stressful event, like speaking in public, for example, are normally kept in check by a complex system of circuits in our brain.

Domestic violence linked to raumatic brain injury!

Head injuries are among the most common type suffered in domestic violence, which can lead to repetitive brain injuries that often have chronic, life-changing effects, much like what we see in athletes.

NASA astronaut Kate Rubins studies neuromapping at space station! See pic

NASA astronaut Kate Rubins studies neuromapping at space station! See pic

NASA astronaut Kate Rubins, who is currently aboard the International Space Station (ISS), has been sharing many beautiful images of the Earth from the space station.

Cholesterol deprivation can kill brain tumour cells

Glioblastoma (GBM) is the most common and most aggressive form of brain cancer, which is extremely difficult to treat. 

Things you can do to prevent dementia!

Dementia is a chronic or persistent disorder of the mental processes which is caused by brain disease or injury.

Stroke – 10 warning signs you should know!

Strokes can strike poeple of any age, including children, but adults over 65 years of age are most at risk.

Perceived obesity leads to lesser body satisfaction for women

In a first of its kind study, scientists examined healthy individuals and their brain activity about the perception of their respective bodies and found that the way they perceive their bodies directly trigger neural responses which can lead to body dissatisfaction.

Revealed - How teenagers learn differently than adults!

The findings showed that teenagers do not necessarily have better memory, in general, but rather the way in which they remember is different.

More than 50 million Pakistanis suffer from mental disorder: Experts

If reports are to be believed, more than 50 million people suffer from mental disorder in Pakistan.

Early use of weed may lower IQ, affect brain function

Marijuana is the most commonly used illegal substance in the world. 

New treatment to beat nicotine addiction a step closer

Researchers have crystallised and determined the 3D structure of a protein that could help them develop new treatments by understanding nicotine's molecular effects.

Beware! Smoking weed may decrease your creative thinking capabilities

A new study has found that smoking weed may put you at risk of losing your creativity as well as make you less aware of your mistakes.

How brain zapping could decrease psychiatric symptoms

Electrifying brain circuits could treat neurological and psychiatric symptoms not because it causes neurons to fire but it creates an environment that makes it more or less likely for neurons to fire, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found.

Experts say brain abnormalities alike across distinct emotional disorders

Health experts have claimed that brain abnormalities are similar across distinct emotional disorders.

Exercise may not reduce risk of developing multiple sclerosis

Exercise may not reduce a woman's risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS) -- a demyelinating disease in which the insulating covers of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord are damaged, finds a study.

Artificial stimulation can help fight brain disorders

Scientists know that stimulating the brain via electricity or other means may help ease the symptoms of various neurological and psychiatric disorders like epilepsy and depression.

Why emotional stress can impact body movement

For the study, a group of Italian and Canadian researchers followed a selection of socially anxious and control group children from childhood to adolescence. 

Our brain can effectively combat effects of ageing

Old age may slow down memory and other physical and cognitive skills, but the brain has the remarkable potential to reduce these effects, a study has found.