Last summer’s “heat dome” which led to record-breaking temperature increases across Western North America raised people’s anxiety over climate change, a new study reveals.
A lifetime history of APEDS use is associated with eating disorder symptoms, specifically when using protein and creatine supplements, or diuretics.
A new study has uncovered a link between gut bacteria and chronic inflammatory diseases like arthritis.
Microbiota transplanted from both autologous and heterologous donors can be established in aged hosts and facilitate microbiota restoration following perturbation by antibiotics.
Amyloid precursor protein accumulated with an excess of presynaptic proteins, whereas post synaptic proteins were depleted.
Researchers report it’s easier to control cognitive activity via transcranial magnetic stimulation in people with the Val/Val genetic variant of BDNF.
A new machine-learning algorithm is helping researchers uncover the secrets of the quark-gluon plasma.
Cannabinol, an active ingredient in cannabis, can help protect brain cells from oxidative damage and preserve mitochondrial function.
In June 2022, Robert Heinssen, Ph.D., ABPP, will step down as director of the NIMH Division of Services and Intervention Research (DSIR) and transition to a new role as a senior advisor in the NIMH Office of the Director.
Researchers have identified two blood proteins that influence health and longevity. Developing drugs to target these proteins could help slow the aging process.
Middle-aged men who worry more or display traits associated with neuroticism are at greater biological risk for cardiovascular disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes as they age.
How fatigued an older person feels after performing certain tasks could be an indicator of death within three years, a new study reports.
Study reports 1 in 5 teens and young adults who seek treatment for alcohol and substance use disorders may have previously unrecognized social impairments characteristic of ASD.
Walking patterns improve when people embarked on cognitive tasks at the same time, suggesting people are more stable while walking and performing tasks than when they solely focus on walking.
Infants from lower socioeconomic backgrounds show improvements in brain activity associated with learning and thinking after one year of monthly cash support provided to their families. The findings show interventions designed to reduce poverty positiv…
Researchers successfully transplanted genetically modified, clinical-grade pig kidneys into a brain-dead human, replacing their native kidneys. The results demonstrate how xenotransplantation could help address organ shortages.
Those who were sad had rapid improvements in mood when they utilized their strongest skills.
Ventral spinocerebellar tract neurons (VSTNs) are necessary and sufficient for regulating locomotion in mice, a new study reports.
A newly developed control technology that combines proprioception with visual perception allows robots to tackle rough terrains faster and more efficiently.
In natural vision, visual memories of an image are affected by the size of the vision on the retina.