Fear and anxiety about terror attacks can alter brain chemistry, sometimes in ways that can increase your risk of death.
Hallucinations are more common than you might imagine, and you don't even have to be on drugs or be in a psych ward to have them.
The disease caused Williams to experience hallucinations and other debilitating neurological symptoms, including depression.
Things we do every day -- like driving to work or making coffee -- are handled by the brain in a kind of "blah blah blah" mode that's distinct from when our grey matter knows it needs to flip the switch to "On."
Perhaps we trust our bodies too much. Our brains and senses fool us on almost a daily basis. Here’s how.
It turns out that the shape of the brain actually matters, with certain personality traits linked to the size of various areas of our noggins.
Musicians get more out of music because their brain waves are better able to synchronize with musical rhythms.
Football can be a dangerous sport, but there are ways of improving player safety without sacrificing what makes the game fun.
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