Death: How long are we conscious for and does life really flash before our eyes?
A recent research speculated about life ’flashing’ past moments before death; how sound might it be?
Living near forests might improve mental health, but urban greenery not effective: study
Scholars find surprising results after studying the relationship between local geography and the structural integrity of brain
Waste-to-hip ratio affects the brain too
Study finds that those with higher ratios of obesity and waist-to-hip ratio had the lowest brain volume
What is love? Here's the science ...
We think we know when we feel it – but here's what is really going on in our brains and bodies
Visual illusion that may help explain consciousness: New study
We tend to assume that our visual consciousness gives us a rich and detailed picture of the entire scene in front of us. The truth is very different
Air pollution grave threat to babies’ brains: UNICEF
Top seven things you should know about this debilitating problem
Digital Amnesia: Excessive use of mobile phone could lead to memory loss
Smartphone addiction could impair our brain’s ability to retain new information and form new memories
Big data may help get new clues on Alzheimer’s
Researchers develop a big data analytics framework to look for early diagnostic biomarkers of the disease
Smartphones may be reshaping human brain, suggests study
More touchscreen use found to directly translate into greater brain activity
How smart were our ancestors? Turns out the answer isn’t in brain size, but blood flow
Skulls hold clues to intelligence, says this physiology professor