The neurotransmitter and its receptors are even more exciting than you think!
Recent developments in our understanding of how COVID-19 affects the brain have led scientists to revisit an old idea that Alzheimer’s could be virally induced.
A new study found that activating memories through learning-associated sound cues during sleep improved the performance of a motor task
A recent study suggests that an Alzheimer’s disease-related protein could explain why specific neurons die first.
Brain fog is a common symptom of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome but what causes altered brain function, and could this be happening in patients infected with COVID-19?
Recent research suggests microglia, the immune cells in your brain, are responsible for forgetting memories.
The rapid development of the hippocampus in childhood may explain why it’s nearly impossible to recall memories from our early years.
As we learn more about how memories are formed and stored in the brain, researchers are now discovering the many ways in which memories can be altered on a neuronal level.