A new institute at the University of Ottawa will explore the remarkable partnership between the brain and the mind.
An international study dispels long-held beliefs about the effects of marijuana on memory, opening the door to its use in treating ailments of all kinds.
Unhealthy diets increase the chances of developing serious diseases at a much earlier age, find Dale Corbett and Mariana Gomez-Smith.
Bullying is not only hurtful, it can leave long-lasting neurological scars.
Understanding how new brain cells grow may lead to better treatment for major neurological disorders
Vance Trudeau studies the effects of pollution on brain function and their implications for environmental and human health.
In the search for a cure for Parkinson’s disease, Michael Schlossmacher explores the connection between a gene, a protein and drugs used to treat other conditions.
David Park has created a mouse model to accelerate research into Parkinson’s, helping scientists test their theories about the disease’s causes.
Diabetes hinders our ability to remember, no matter how old we are
Steffany Bennett leads an interdisciplinary team of researchers probing the link between metabolism of fat in the brain and the risk of developing the debilitating disease.
In a world full of sounds and signals, how do our brains sort out the useful from the meaningless?
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