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Opioid dependence found to permanently change brains of rats
Approximately one-quarter of patients who are prescribed opioids for chronic pain misuse them, with five to 10 percent developing an opioid use disorder or addiction.
Scientists shed light on how brains turn pain up or down
Pain perception is essential for survival, but how much something hurts can sometimes be amplified or suppressed: For example, soldiers who sustain an injury in battle often recall not feeling anything at the time.
Scientists Identify physical source of anxiety in mice brains
We're not wired to feel safe all the time, but maybe one day we could be.
Scans on US diplomats in Cuba show 'something happened to brains'
Brain scans of about 40 US diplomats injured in mysterious circumstances in Cuba reveal visible differences compared to those in a control group, researchers who analyzed them said.
Brains’ sodium level linked to migraine risk
A team of US researchers have found a link between migraines and how sodium is distributed through the brain, a finding that could be key to future research on treatments for millions of affected people.
Genetically-modified babies to become 'superhumans with enhanced brains'
Two genetically engineered babies were born in China last year, sparking controversy worldwide — and they could have enhanced brain functions, the scientific community warned.
Smarter brains run on sparsely connected neurons
The more intelligent a person, the fewer connections there are between the neurons in his cerebral cortex.
Prolonged exposure to air pollution leads to genetic changes in rat brains
Prolonged exposure to particulate matter in air pollution in the Los Angeles Basin triggered inflammation and the appearance of cancer-related genes in the brains of rats, a Cedars-Sinai study has found.
Scientists study brains of bats while they fly
Scientists at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland have successfully recorded the brain activity of free flying bats.
Half-billion-year-old fossil brains found in ancient predator
With help from 15 fossils recently discovered in Greenland, scientists are now able to peer inside the brain of an animal that lived 520 million years ago, reported.
Brains of superagers show clues for sharp memory
It's pretty extraordinary for people in their 80s and 90s to keep the same sharp memory as someone several decades younger, and now scientists are peeking into the brains of these "superagers" to uncover their secret.
Human brains use a lot of energy, but so do the brains of animals
New research suggested when it comes to the energy of demands of the brain, humans aren't as special as previously thought.
Neanderthal brains 'grew more slowly'
A new study found that Neanderthal brains developed more slowly than ours.
Football fans still loyal despite concerns about players' brains
Football remains America's favorite professional sport, even though a majority of fans admit they're concerned about brain injuries to players, according to a new survey.
How brains learn to recognize faces
Scientists have long deemed the ability to recognize faces innate for people and other primates — something our brains just know how to do immediately from birth.

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