Overeating May be Due to Brain GlitchWith springtime comes the desire to shed those few extra pounds, in preparation to don swimsuits and head to the pool. This year, new obesity research is making it easier to find a pathway that is right for us.
Startup Offers '100 Percent Fatal' Procedure To Upload Your BrainNectome, a startup founded by two MIT graduates who studied artificial intelligence, says they have created a method of perfectly preserving the human brain using a high-tech embalming process.
Hearing Voices May Actually Be A Good Thing, Study SuggestsA recent study is suggesting that people who hear strange patterns in sounds may just be suffering from a well-tuned brain.
Go Nuts! Pistachios, Peanuts Strengthen The Brain, Study SaysResearchers said regularly eating nuts and legumes, which include peanuts, strengthens brainwaves associated with healing, learning, and memory.
Sugary Drinks Cause Aging In Brain And Poor Memory, Study FindsA pair of studies found that consuming one or more sweet drinks a day can age your brain more than three years and cause a 13 year difference in memory.
U-M Researchers Identify Brain Mechanism That Causes People To OvereatA part of the brain usually thought to control movement also may cause people to overeat, say University of Michigan researchers.
Study: Brain Makes Call On Which Ear Is Used For Cell PhoneA new study from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit finds a strong correlation between brain dominance (left or right hemisphere) and the ear used to listen to a cell phone.
A Glass Of Milk Each Day Could Benefit Your BrainResearch shows that pouring at least one glass of milk each day could not only boost your intake of much-needed key nutrients, but it could also positively impact your brain and mental performance.
Study: Eating Fish Reduces Risk Of Alzheimer's DiseaseA new study shows that people who eat baked or broiled fish on a weekly basis may be improving their brain health and reducing their risk of developing mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease.
UM Research Finds Brain Signals Amplify Desire For Sugary TreatsThe brain receiving amplified signals can trigger an intense desire to satisfy a sweet tooth with sugary foods, a new University of Michigan study shows.
Taubman Gives Major Gift To U-M Medical ResearchShopping Mall developer Alfred Taubman giving the school 56 million dollars to help fund medical research.
Breakthrough: UM Scientists Harness Electricity In The Brain