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Why you’re powerless to ignore a crying baby
Infants can hijack their parents’ brains with every scream (for survival).
Americans reported hearing torturous sounds in Cuba—and now their brains seem changed
People with “Havana syndrome” have differences in their brains compared to healthy people.
Folic acid might actually reduce the risk of autism
Mounting evidence suggests nutrition right around conception matters for neurodevelopment.
Dry cleaning is dirtier than you think. Meet the neurotoxin hiding in your winter coat.
Freshly-laundered clothes mask an environmental and social blight.
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There’s finally a drug that prevents migraines instead of just treating them
The FDA's approval shows we're getting closer to understanding these headaches
The ‘science’ of linking skull shape to personality has finally been tested, and boy is it as stupid as we thought
Neuroscientists examine the dubious theory of phrenology.
Check out the most astounding neuroscience images of the year
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Interconnected Shared Memories May Be The Next Stage Of Humanity
They could increase our understanding and sympathy
What Happens To A Football Player’s Brain During A Concussion?
Inside the injury that could destroy the NFL