Neuroscience wrapped: as we move into a new year, let’s reflect on some notable discoveries in the field of neuroscience from 2021.
A recent study suggests that an Alzheimer’s disease-related protein could explain why specific neurons die first.
A recent study found that consumption of a high sugar diet had lasting effects on sweet taste perception.
How does your body use its natural systems to relieve pain? Might we be able to use what we know about natural pain relieving processes in order to treat chronic pain and battle the opioid epidemic?
Recent research suggests microglia, the immune cells in your brain, are responsible for forgetting memories.
New study reveals how a certain protein plays a role in both nicotine addiction and type II diabetes
General anesthetics are used in millions of surgeries each year, yet we still don’t know exactly how they work.
Did you know neurotoxins are used for research and medical treatments? But how do they work and why are they so deadly?
Targeting an important protein in the pathway of Alzheimer’s disease is not proving itself to be the cure-all people hoped for
Migraines are much more than just headaches, so what exactly is going on in the brain to cause them?