Scientists Identify Brain-Signaling Molecule that Triggers Fat Burning
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Scientists Identify Brain-Signaling Molecule that Triggers Fat Burning

A investigate group led by Scripps Research Institute scientist Dr. Supriya Srinivasan has identified a mind hormone that appears to trigger fat blazing in a gut. Model depicting…

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Video Games May Change Brain and Behavior, Review Finds
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Video Games May Change Brain and Behavior, Review Finds

Playing video games might means changes in many mind regions, according to a new examination of prior research. Palaus et al collected and epitomised studies looking during how…

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Researchers Find Myopia-Causing Cells in Retina
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Researchers Find Myopia-Causing Cells in Retina

A group of researchers during Northwestern University has detected a form of retinal ganglion dungeon that might means myopia when it dysfunctions. The investigate is published in a…

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Neuroscientists Uncover How Brain Maintains Useful Memories
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Neuroscientists Uncover How Brain Maintains Useful Memories

A group of neuroscientists during a University of Toronto in Canada has detected a reason because we mostly onslaught to remember tiny sum of past experiences. The formula…

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Study: Neurotransmitter Dopamine Plays Role in Human Bonding
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Study: Neurotransmitter Dopamine Plays Role in Human Bonding

Researchers have found for a initial time that dopamine, a critical neurotransmitter in a brain, is concerned in tellurian bonding. The formula seem in a Proceedings of a…

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Neuroscientists Identify New Neural Pathway that Controls Hand Movements
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Neuroscientists Identify New Neural Pathway that Controls Hand Movements

A new neural pathway has been identified by a organisation of neuroscientists that could underlie a ability to make a concurrent palm movements indispensable to strech out and…

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Beetroot Juice before Exercise Keeps Aging Brain Sharp
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Beetroot Juice before Exercise Keeps Aging Brain Sharp

According to a investigate published recently in a Journals of Gerontology: Medical Sciences, celebration a beetroot extract before practice creates a mind of comparison adults perform some-more efficiently,…

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Scientists Find Link between Immune System, Memory and Structure of Brain
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Scientists Find Link between Immune System, Memory and Structure of Brain

In dual apart studies, researchers have demonstrated that both a structure of a mind and several memory functions are related to immune-related genes. The density of a intelligent…

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Gut Bacteria ‘Speak’ to Brain to Control Food Choices in Animals
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Gut Bacteria ‘Speak’ to Brain to Control Food Choices in Animals

In a investigate published recently in a biography PLOS Biology, neuroscientists identified 3 tummy germ class — Acetobacter pomorum, Lactobacillus plantarum and L. brevis — that have an…

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Immanuel Kant was Right: Beauty Requires Thought
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Immanuel Kant was Right: Beauty Requires Thought

Experiencing beauty requires thought, neuroscientists have found in a investigate that confirms a explain by a German philosopher Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), one of a many successful philosophers in…

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Vision Keeps Maturing until 30s – Early 40s, Study Finds
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Vision Keeps Maturing until 30s – Early 40s, Study Finds

The tellurian primary visible cortex — a brain’s vision-processing core that was formerly suspicion to mature within a initial few years of life — indeed continues to rise…

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Study: Drop in nSR100 Protein Levels Causes Autistic-Like Behavior in Mice
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Study: Drop in nSR100 Protein Levels Causes Autistic-Like Behavior in Mice

As many as 33% of autism cases could be explained by a nonesuch of a protein called nSR100 in a brain, a new investigate in a biography Molecular…

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Runners Have Better Connected Brains, Study Finds
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Runners Have Better Connected Brains, Study Finds

New investigate published in a biography Frontiers in Human Neuroscience reveals that continuation runners’ smarts have larger organic connectivity — or connectors between graphic mind regions — than…

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Neuroscientists Identify Neurons that Control Judgment of Time
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Neuroscientists Identify Neurons that Control Judgment of Time

A new investigate in mice shows that dopamine neuron activity plays a pivotal purpose in visualisation of time, negligence down a inner clock. Sofia Soares et al investigated…

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Neuroscientists Say Simple Mathematical Logic Underlies Complex Brain Computations
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Neuroscientists Say Simple Mathematical Logic Underlies Complex Brain Computations

According to Dr. Joe Tsien, a neuroscientist during a Medical College of Georgia during Augusta University, a brain’s elementary computational algorithm is orderly by power-of-two-based logic. According to…

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Study: Large, Salty, or Protein-Rich Meals Induce Post-Meal Sleepiness
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Study: Large, Salty, or Protein-Rich Meals Induce Post-Meal Sleepiness

Higher protein and salt calm in a food, as good as a volume consumed, can lead to longer naps, a new investigate in fruit flies suggests. According to…

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Study Examines How Human Brain Adapts to Self-Serving Dishonesty
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Study Examines How Human Brain Adapts to Self-Serving Dishonesty

A investigate led by University College London researchers Neil Garrett and Tali Sharot provides a initial initial justification that self-indulgent lies gradually expand and reveals how this happens…

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Glial Cells Play Critical Role in Control of Appetite, Study Shows
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Glial Cells Play Critical Role in Control of Appetite, Study Shows

Glial cells – non-neuronal mind cells that yield structural, nutritive and other supports to a mind — play a vicious purpose in determining ardour and feeding behavior, a…

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Neuroscientists Restore Leg Movement in Nonhuman Primates
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Neuroscientists Restore Leg Movement in Nonhuman Primates

A partnership of neuroscientists from a United States, China and Europe has used a wireless ‘brain-spine interface’ to bypass spinal cord injuries in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta), restoring…

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New Study Spotlights Brain Region Responsible for Placebo Response in Pain
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New Study Spotlights Brain Region Responsible for Placebo Response in Pain

A Northwestern University-led organisation of researchers has identified a segment in a mind obliged for a ‘placebo effect’ in pain relief, when a feign diagnosis indeed formula in…

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Scientists Find Molecular Link between Anxiety and Metabolic Disorders
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Scientists Find Molecular Link between Anxiety and Metabolic Disorders

Scientists in Israel have identified molecular elements that overpass highlight and metabolism — a form of microRNA that influences common biological mechanisms. Altered microRNAs in highlight and metabolic…

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New Study Challenges Popular Idea of Mandatory Water Intake
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New Study Challenges Popular Idea of Mandatory Water Intake

A investigate published this week in a Proceedings of a National Academy of Sciences hurdles a renouned thought that we should splash 8 eyeglasses of H2O a day…

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Study Says Biological Clock Stimulates Thirst before Sleep
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Study Says Biological Clock Stimulates Thirst before Sleep

According to a investigate in rodents led by Prof. Charles Bourque of McGill University, a brain’s biological time stimulates lust in a hours before sleep. This picture shows…

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Research: Oxytocin Enhances Spirituality
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Research: Oxytocin Enhances Spirituality

Oxytocin – a polypeptide hormone constructed especially by a hypothalamus and stored in a pituitary gland – gives larger clarity of spirituality than a placebo, according to new…

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New Study Provides Insight into How Piquing Curiosity Changes Our Brains
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New Study Provides Insight into How Piquing Curiosity Changes Our Brains

The some-more extraordinary we are about a topic, a easier it is to learn information about that topic. A new investigate carried out by California University scientists provides…

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Neuroscientists Create Illusion of Having Invisible Body
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Neuroscientists Create Illusion of Having Invisible Body

According to a new investigate published in a biography Scientific Reports, a feeling of invisibility changes earthy highlight response in severe amicable situations. The initial setup of a…

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Babies Can Form Abstract Relations Before They Learn Words
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Babies Can Form Abstract Relations Before They Learn Words

According to a new investigate published in a biography Child Development, infants are means of bargain epitome family like ‘same’ and ‘different.’ Babies are means to learn epitome…

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Neuroscientists Reactivate ‘Lost’ Memories in Mice
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Neuroscientists Reactivate ‘Lost’ Memories in Mice

According to a organisation of researchers led by Prof Susumu Tonegawa from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, memories that have been mislaid as a outcome of absentmindedness can be…

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Scientists Discover First Magnetosensitive Neuron in Animal
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Scientists Discover First Magnetosensitive Neuron in Animal

A organisation of scientists, led by Dr Jon Pierce-Shimomura of a University of Texas during Austin, has identified a magnetosensitive neuron in a mind of Caenorhabditis elegans, a…

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Rats ‘Dream’ about Future, New Study Finds
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Rats ‘Dream’ about Future, New Study Finds

According to a new investigate published in a biography eLife, when rats (Rattus rattus) nap or rest, their smarts copy journeys to a preferred goal. Rats dream paths…

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Neuroscientists Successfully Demonstrate Rat and Monkey ‘Brainets’
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Neuroscientists Successfully Demonstrate Rat and Monkey ‘Brainets’

A group of neuroscientists during Duke University published dual apart studies today, one involving rats and a other involving rhesus macaque monkeys, that report experiments on networks of…

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Female and Male Brains Operate Differently during Molecular Level, New Study Reveals
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Female and Male Brains Operate Differently during Molecular Level, New Study Reveals

A new investigate published in a Journal of Neuroscience has suggested an unique biological disproportion between males and females in a molecular law of synapses in a hippocampus.…

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Scientists Digitally Reconstruct Section of Rat Brain
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Scientists Digitally Reconstruct Section of Rat Brain

A vast general group of researchers from a Blue Brain Project has digitally reconstructed and unnatural a cut of a youthful rat’s neocortex, an area of a mind…

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Researchers Identify Intelligence Gene Networks
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Researchers Identify Intelligence Gene Networks

A organisation of scientists led by Imperial College London researcher Michael Johnson has identified dual ‘gene networks’ compared with tellurian cognitive abilities. Heatmap of slope of countenance of…

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Songbirds Sing Like Humans, Researchers Say
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Songbirds Sing Like Humans, Researchers Say

Vocal muscles of songbirds work like those of tellurian speakers and singers, according to Emory University scientist Dr Samuel Sober and his colleagues from a University of Southern…

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Neuroscientists: Specific Brain Waves Synchronize Brain Regions During Fear Behavior
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Neuroscientists: Specific Brain Waves Synchronize Brain Regions During Fear Behavior

A new investigate led by Nikolaos Karalis of a Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München and Dr. Cyril Herry of a Neurocentre Magendie has strew light on what indeed happens in…

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Neuroscientists Can Identify You by Your ‘Brainprint’ with 100% Accuracy
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Neuroscientists Can Identify You by Your ‘Brainprint’ with 100% Accuracy

A novel record being grown by a organisation of researchers during Binghamton University has delivered superb formula over a ability to brand persons by mind scans. A lady…

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Scientists Identify Brain Circuit that Controls Binge Drinking
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Scientists Identify Brain Circuit that Controls Binge Drinking

A group of scientists led by Dr. Todd Thiele from a University of North Carolina during Chapel Hill has identified a circuit between dual mind regions that controls…

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Researchers Create Detailed ‘Semantic Atlas’ of a Mind
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Researchers Create Detailed ‘Semantic Atlas’ of a Mind

A group of neuroscientists and psychologists during a University of California, Berkeley, has combined a minute ‘semantic atlas’ display that tellurian mind areas respond to conference opposite words.…

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Physical Exercise Four Hours after Learning Improves Long-Term Memory, Study Shows
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Physical Exercise Four Hours after Learning Improves Long-Term Memory, Study Shows

A new investigate in a biography Current Biology shows that earthy practice after training improves memory and memory traces, though usually if a practice is finished in a…

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