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By blocking a brain chemical that makes us sleepy, caffeine helps us feel more awake and alert.
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The exercises in this video will help you understand what it’s like to have Alzheimer’s.
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The COVID-19 pandemic sparked increased interest in the effects of social isolation on our brains and mental health.
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Recording brain signals can help guide treatments following a stroke.
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Eating tasty food activates our brain’s reward system and makes us crave more.
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Perspective-taking can help us understand what it’s like to live with Parkinson’s disease.
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It comes down to which parts of the brain are most active during dreaming.
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Many of the therapeutic claims surrounding cannabidiol remain unproven, but additional research may provide some more clarity.
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The story of Alzheimer’s disease has revolved around two brain proteins.
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Perspective taking can help us understand what it’s like to live with Huntington’s disease.
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Depending on the types of video games you play and time you spend playing, your brain may be changing in a variety of ways.
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Surges of different neurotransmitters give rise to the emotional whirlwind that characterizes the early stages of romantic relationships.
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