Scientists have observed an imbalance of neurotransmitters in the brain of smartphone depended teenagers. The changes show similarities to the brains of people with anxiety disorders.
Researchers at Columbia University say they've translated brain signals directly into speech. This could help people recovering after a stroke. Ostensibly.
When those magic red sale signs lure you into a store, your brain forgets everything else. Need it? Not really. Want it? Yes. Shopping can be like a drug. Neuroscientist Christian Elger explains why.
Some say it's sexist, some say it's science. Is there any solid reason why speech assistants are a default female voice?
US health officials have allowed esketamine, a chemical similar to the party drug and anesthetic ketamine, to be used for treating depression. The new drug will be distributed by Johnson & Johnson as a nasal spray.
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