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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.
Bulimia brains use food to avoid negative thoughts
The brains of women with bulimia react differently to food under stress than other women's brains, psychologists have discovered.
High-fat diets literally re-wire children's brains
Scientists have shown how a high-fat diet can literally alter the brain of a child.
Glowing golden-leaf brains show the absolutely awesome nature of minds
Your brain is terrifyingly complicated and is made up of approximately 86 billion neurons which work together as a biological machine to create who you are.
Recognizing foreign accents  helps brains process accented speech
Our brains process foreign-accented speech with better real-time accuracy if we can identify the accent we hear, according to a team of neurolinguists.
Brains of anorexia patients may not fully recover after treatment
A new study at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus found the brains of adolescent anorexia nervosa patients are not fully recovered after treatment and weight gain.
Anesthesia may harm brains of children under three
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned that repeated or lengthy use of general anesthesia or sedation drugs for children younger than three or pregnant women in their third trimester may affect youngsters' developing brains.
Zika virus can keep growing in infant brains even after birth
US researchers have found evidence of the Zika virus replicating in fetal brains for up to seven months after the mother became infected with the virus, and they showed the virus can persist even after birth, according to a study.
Elders seem to rally more of their brains for short-term memory
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, suggest brains that continue to perform well in old age, against odds that they are slower and less accurate in short-term memory compared to those of younger people, do so by rallying more of the brain to complete mental tasks.
Mom's voice activates different regions in children's brains
Children's brains are far more engaged by their mother's voice than by voices of women they do not know, a new study from the Stanford University School of Medicine has found.
Mini brains help scientists understand Zika
Researchers have discovered how the Zika virus causes microcephaly — a condition that stunts head and brain development.
Effect of poverty on children’s  brains
The effect of poverty on children’s brains may explain why poor youngsters tend to score lower on standardized tests compared to wealthier students, a new study suggests.

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