Jan. 26, 2015 — Those video ads playing in the corner of your computer screen, in the midst of multitasking, may have more impact than you realize. They may be as effective as ads you're really watching, says ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — Insomniacs who take longer than 14 minutes to fall asleep face a greater risk of hypertension, according to new research. This study is the first to test whether insomnia with physiological ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — At 18 months median follow up of a phase 1 clinical trial, one patient's cancer had worsened, two had died, and nine remained free of disease. Testing of blood and tumor samples showed that ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — Significant gains in the understanding of angles and angle measurements by elementary school students are seen in those who performed body-based tasks while interacting with a Kinect for Windows ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — A large study links a significantly increased risk for developing dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, to taking commonly used medications with anticholinergic effects at higher doses or for ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — Tens of millions of people worldwide have abnormal, leak-prone sproutings of blood vessels in the brain called cerebral cavernous malformations. These abnormal growths can lead to seizures, strokes, ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — The largest-ever autism genome study reveals that the disorder's genetic underpinnings are more complex than previously thought: Most siblings who have autism have different autism-linked genes. ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — Brain scans confirm significant differences in play behavior, brain activation patterns and stress levels in children with autism spectrum disorder as compared with typically developing children, new ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — Nearly three-quarters of homeless adults with mental illness in Canada show evidence of cognitive deficits, such as difficulties with problem solving, learning and memory, new research has found. The ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — People who use cochlear implants for profound hearing loss do respond to certain aspects of music, contrary to common beliefs and limited scientific research, says a research team. The scientists say ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — Although nearly four in 10 workers wouldn't tell their manager if they had a mental health problem, half said that if they knew about a coworker's illness, they would desire to help, a new ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — Infants show distinct, consistent patterns of brain activity in response to painful vaccinations, new research ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — New details in a cellular mechanism that serves as a defense against stress have been identified by a team of biologists. The findings potentially offer insights into tumor progression and ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — A social and emotional learning program started by Academy Award winning actress Goldie Hawn to help school children improve their learning abilities, be more caring, and less stressed is now backed ... full story
Jan. 26, 2015 — Research on how science works -- the science of science -- can benefit from studying the digital traces generated during the research process, such as peer-reviewed publications. This type of ... full story
- Ads effective even in the midst of multitasking, studies find
- Chronic insomniacs may face increased risk of hypertension
- Engineering self-assembling amyloid fibers
- Phase 1 clinical trial of CUDC-101 'throws kitchen sink' at head and neck cancer
- Students master math through movement using Kinect for Windows
- Girls lead boys in academic achievement globally
- Good bedtime habits equal better sleep for kids
- Higher dementia risk linked to more use of common drugs
- Possible therapeutic target for common, but mysterious brain blood vessel disorder
- Largest-ever autism genome study finds most siblings have different autism-risk genes
- Is head CT overused in emergency departments?
- Brain study sheds light on how children with autism process social play
- Majority of homeless adults with mental illness have high rates of cognitive deficits
- Cochlear implant users can hear, feel the beat in music
- Would you tell your manager you had a mental health problem?
- In infants, pain from vaccinations shows up in brain activity
- New mechanism to aid cells under stress identified
- Brain circuit that regulates thirst identified
- Mindfulness-based program in schools making a positive impact, study shows
- Towards a scientific process freed from systemic bias
- Mother's stress hormone levels may affect fetal growth and long term health of child
- Poor psychosocial work environments may contribute to heart problems
- Stress during pregnancy related to infant gut microbiota
- Testosterone helps bind antidepressants in brain
- Daily drinking increases risk of alcoholic cirrhosis
- Reducing work-family conflicts in the workplace helps people to sleep better
- Relationship between religion and educational attainment
- Use it or lose it: Active learning improves cognitive learning in active adults
- 'July Effect' doesn’t apply to length of surgery
- Lead negatively impacts cognitive functions of boys more than girls
- Lucid dreams and metacognition: Awareness of thinking; awareness of dreaming
- Why all-nighters don't work: How sleep, memory go hand-in-hand
- Early English exposure prepares Spanish-speaking children for academic success
- Stalking versus cyberstalking: Effects on victims, their responses compared
- Climate affects development of human speech
- Live broadcast from inside the nerve cell
- Lucky charms: When are superstitions used most?
- Mothers don't speak so clearly to their babies
- New brain pathway offers hope for treating hypogylcemia
- The brain's electrical alphabet: Timing, rate underlie neural information, study shows
- Scientists map brains of the blind to solve mysteries of human brain specialization
- New 'systems genetics' study identifies possible target for epilepsy treatment
- Parents' belief that a child will attend college plays big role in early academic success
- Genome-wide search reveals new genes involved in long-term memory
- Pro-marijuana 'tweets' are sky-high on Twitter
- Anti-inflammatory protein may trigger plaque in Alzheimer's disease
- Tablet computers good medium for educational materials
- Treatment restores sociability in autism mouse model
- Low-income boys fare worse in wealth's shadow
- Prescription painkillers, widely used by childbearing age women, double birth defects risk
- Infants can learn to communicate from videos, study shows
- Family voices, stories speed coma recovery
- Secrets of a clump-dissolving protein uncovered
- Estrogen-producing neurons influence aggression in both sexes
- Brain secrets unlocked by international imaging effort
- Rare neurological disease shines light on health of essential nerve cells
- Parents' reliance on welfare leads to more welfare use by their children, study finds
- Blame it on your brain: Salt and hypertension
- Trust your gut: E. coli may hold one of the keys to treating Parkinson's
- Head and neck cancers in young adults are more likely to be a result of inherited factors
- How are student loans affecting the well-being of young adults?
- American liberals and conservatives think as if from different cultures
- Profitable phishing schemes slyly tinker with our heads, then rip us off
- How charter school foes are failing
- Why protein mutations lead to familial form of Parkinson's disease
- Is cheating on the field worse than cheating on a spouse? Some fans think so
- Major discovery on spinal injury reveals unknown immune response
- Study detailing axonal death pathway may provide drug targets for neurodegenerative diseases
- Long-term use of hormonal contraceptives is associated with an increased risk of a rare brain tumor, study finds
- Fine motor skills for robotic hands
- Why should adolescents exhibiting symptoms of mental disorders be asked about hallucinations?
- Not So Obvious: Consumers Don't Just Assume Bundled Products Are a Better Value
- Marketing a new product? Getting consumers to visualize using it could backfire
- Does black-and-white advertising help consumers make better decisions?
- When the price just feels right: Do rounded numbers appeal to our emotions?
- Trying to project an image of success? It could make you dwell on your failures
- Scientists find gene vital to central nervous system development
- Sleep tight and stay bright? Invest now, researcher says
- Call for a new model to evaluate medical schools
- Antisocial and non-antisocial siblings share difficulty recognizing emotions
- Experts call for a rethink on guidelines about children's screen time
- Video-based therapy might benefit babies at risk of autism
- Alternative DNA repair mechanism could provide better treatment for neuroblastoma in kids
- Sleeping on stomach may increase risk of sudden death in epilepsy
- Neuroscientists lead global consortium to crack brain's genetic code
- Fatty acids in fish may shield brain from mercury damage
- Job seekers with 'learning' attitude have more success
- Five strategies scholars use in writing medical review articles
- Blood vessels in older brains break down, possibly leading to Alzheimer's
- Closer than ever to a personalized treatment solution for intellectual disability
- Humorous complaining: Funny online reviews get lots of attention but do they get results?
- Weight Watchers: Shed pounds but lose your friends?
- Teen girls report less sexual victimization after virtual reality assertiveness training
- Heightened scents: Do ambient fragrances make consumers purchase more?
- Health consciousness: Do consumers believe healthy food always tastes bad?
- Does corporate social responsibility reduce negative reviews for bad service?
- Ecocentricity: How do consumers decide what makes a product 'green'?
- Buying cars: Do product features matter more than brands?