The causes of Alzheimer's are still not clear despite decades of intensive research. But scientists like Thomas Arendt of the Paul Flechsig Institute in Leipzig refuse to give up, and are deploying new methods in a bid to crack the problem.
Handedness is not the only asymmetry of our bodies. Whether hugging, kissing or listening, we usually prefer one side over the other. And so do animals.
A lot can happen after a stroke. There are people who then speak with a foreign accent, or even lose their mother tongue and can only speak a foreign language. How is that even possible?
The brain is the most complex machine. It's misunderstood, does go wrong. Marco Magrini has written a "user's manual."
Mobile devices are often blamed for damaging our brains. So can apps help scientists research memory loss?
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