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Beer may keep your brain sharp

We know how certain flavonoids found in red wine, blueberries and dark chocolate may play a role in forming memories. Add the bubbly beer to it.

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Neurologist launches brain pen, any takers?

No, the pen doesn’t make you more brainy. It’s an ode to that brilliant thing called brain which drives the writer to pen down his/her thoughts on a piece of paper.

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How sleep apnoea damages your brain

People suffering from sleep apnoea have weaker brain blood flow that hurts the brain, says a study.

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Hateful content on Facebook bad for your brain

According to a recent Italian study, the use of online networks may threaten subjective well-being in several ways.

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You can train your brain to prefer healthy foods

It may be possible to train the brain to prefer healthy low-calorie foods over unhealthy higher-calorie foods.

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Gene in brain linked to kidney cancer

A gene that controls brain growth and development is heavily involved in promoting the most common form of kidney cancer.

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How fatherhood reshapes your brain

Researchers have discovered that taking care of his kids may not only enforce hormonal changes in fathers but also reshape their brains.

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‘Free will’ may stem from brain noise

Our ability to make choices -and sometimes mistakes – might arise from random fluctuations in the brain’s background electrical noise, according to a new study.

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Being bilingual can slow brain ageing

Speaking two or more languages may slow down cognitive decline caused by ageing, a new study has found.

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Watching porn may be shrinking men’s brains

Watching sexually explicit videos regularly may cause the brain to shrink and work less effectively, a new study has claimed.

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Gut feeling shapes fear: study

Vagus nerve stimulation is already used today to treat epilepsy and, in some cases, depression.

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Brain hard-wired to link what we see with what we do

The newly discovered network triggers reactions even before the conscious brain has time to process them.

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Brain hard-wired to link what we see with what we do

The newly discovered system could explain the schizophrenic behavior.

Explore your brain in real time

Neuroscientists have developed a virtual reality system that lets you watch your thoughts on screen in real-time.

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Brain injury may be present even without symptoms

The study was published in the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation.