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Brain's immune system can halt or reverse dementia  Aug 25, 6:51 pm
London, Aug 25 (ANI): A new study has suggested that the brain's immune system is the key to reversing dementia.
Here's how trauma, sudden sounds form lasting memories in brain  Aug 25, 11:22 am
Washington D.C., Aug 25 (ANI): A new study has revealed how exposure to brief trauma and sudden sounds form lasting memories in a specific region of the brain.
Physical activities improve mental flexibility in aged people  Aug 25, 10:16 am
Washington D.C., Aug. 25 (ANI): According to a recent study aged people who engage in moderate to vigorous physical activity regularly have more variable brain activity at rest than those who do not.
Brain waves blamed for indecisiveness  Aug 21, 4:59 pm
Washington D.C., AUG 21 (ANI): How often do you have a problem us making decisions? A new study has suggested that intensity of communication between different regions of the brain dictates whether a person is indecisive or not.
Northwestern Varsity study reveals ways to retrieve 'unconscious' traumatic memories  Aug 18, 6:41 pm
Washington D C, August 18 (ANI): A Northwestern University study has revealed the answer to retrieving 'unconscious' traumatic memories.
Guys, romance blooms in kitchen, not in bedroom   Aug 16, 12:57 pm
Washington DC, Aug 16 (ANI): Remember to feed your feed well before doing anything romantic, as a new study claims that a woman's brain respond more to romantic cues on a full stomach than an empty one.
Former ISI chief Gul dies of brain haemorrhage  Aug 16, 11:05 am
Islamabad, Aug. 16 (ANI): Former chief of Pakistan's intelligence agency Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), Lieutenant General (Retd.) Hamid Gul, died of a brain haemorrhage yesterday.
Older people likelier to be easily distracted than younger adults  Aug 15, 11:25 am
Washington DC, Aug 14 (ANI): A new study reveals that older people tend to be more easily distracted than younger adults.
Why we prefer easier 'Hindi' over complicated 'Sanskrit' language  Aug 14, 4:28 pm
Washington DC, Aug 14 (ANI): Though derived from the same script, we tend to opt for much easier Hindi language than Sanskrit, and scientists now shed light to explain why.
Guys! Way to women's heart is through stomach too  Aug 14, 3:13 pm
Washington DC, Aug 14 (ANI): If you want to woo a lady, inviting her to dinner may just work in your favour as a new study shows that women's brains respond more to romantic cues on a full stomach.
Calm Down! Facebook, Twitter, computer games may not harm kids  Aug 13, 5:10 pm
Washington DC, Aug 13 (ANI): Experts have clarified that there is no scientific evidence which backs theory that intense use of internet and computer games can harm the adolescent brain.
New `brain game` aims to reduce anxiety, improve concentration   Aug 13, 11:13 am
Washington DC, Aug 13 (ANI): It's time to pump-up your brain, as researchers have crafted a science-backed brain game which could help improve concentration and lessen anxiety in people.
New imaging method reveals 'not so cramped up' brain   Aug 12, 4:44 pm
Washington DC, Aug 12 (ANI): Who said brain is cramped up? Scientists have revealed a unique method shows that our brain may not be as compact as we previously thought and is a very attractive method for brain imaging.
Moms beware! C-section may harm your baby's 'concentration'   Aug 12, 11:41 am
Washington DC, Aug 12 (ANI): Soon to be moms need to think twice before opting for a C-section, as a new study has revealed that the process could impact the baby's ability to focus on a particular thing.
Curing epilepsy with `music`   Aug 10, 12:39 pm
Washington DC, Aug 10 (ANI): In a new research, scientists have found that brains of epileptic patients react to music in a "different" way from the ones who don't have the disorder.
Marvin Gaye`s son to sue `Empire` makers claiming copyright  Aug 10, 9:32 am
Washington DC, Aug. 10 (ANI): Marvin Gaye's son is now planning to sue the makers of 'Empire' by claiming that the show was his brainchild.
How stress can change your food preferences  Aug 6, 2:28 pm
Washington DC, Aug. 6 (ANI): Wondering why do you wish to eat a chocolate bar after a stressful meeting? Well, according to the researchers stress can alter the brain to impair self-control when confronted with a choice and can even change food preferences.
Can lost memories be regained?  Aug 5, 12:27 pm
Washington DC, Aug. 5 (ANI): If you wish to regain lost memories then consider this a miracle as a team of scientists have claimed to have identified the process in the brain, which could help rescue lost memories or bury bad memories.
Here's how lingo gives your brain a break!  Aug 4, 5:22 pm
Washington DC, Aug 4 (ANI): A new study has found that usually people around the world have a preference of using grouped dependent words.
Now, an iPad 'brain game' to benefit schizophrenia patients  Aug 3, 12:05 pm
Washington DC, Aug 3 (ANI): Scientists have devised a "brain training" iPad game which aims to improve the lives of schizophrenia patients.
First ever 'dolphin brain' scan shows likeness to bat  Aug 2, 1:51 pm
Washington DC, Aug 2 (ANI): Ever wondered, how are dolphins incredibly intelligent social animals? In a first, neuroscientists have mapped the sensory and motor systems in the brains of dolphins.
`Healthy` Hillary Clinton `good to go` for US Presidential run  Aug 1, 2:01 pm
Washington DC, Aug 1 (ANI): Hillary Clinton, who dealt with a blood clot in a vein between her brain and skull in 2012, recently received a clean chit from her physician stating that she is all okay to compete in the 2016 US President run.
Proteas to don black armbands in honour of Clive Rice  Jul 29, 11:02 pm
Johannesburg, July 29 (ANI): South Africa cricket team will wear black armbands in the second and final Test against Bangladesh on Thursday as a tribute to former captain Clive Rice, who passed away yesterday at the age of 66.
Alcohol consumption, smoking, obesity may help predict Alzheimer  Jul 29, 4:46 pm
Washington DC, July 29 (ANI): A new study suggests that alcohol consumption, smoking, obesity and diabetes are associated with smaller regional brain volumes that may be early indicators of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
Why practice doesn`t always make perfect  Jul 29, 11:58 am
Washington DC, July 29 (ANI): With a new research on the brain's capacity to learn, researchers have claimed that the brain has more to it than the well known saying "practice makes perfect."