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Social "warmth" may be more than metaphor, as new research reveals that the same brain areas are involved in the perception of physical warmth and in heartwarming social experiences. ... More>
High brachial blood pressure, measured from the arm, is associated with adverse cognitive outcomes with age. But researchers find that central blood pressure may be an even better predictor. ... More>
Indiana University Bloomington now holds bragging rights to the world’s largest anatomically correct sculpture of a human brain. ... More>
New research illuminates brain alterations in troops with Gulf War Illness (GWI) thought to result from the exposure to neurotoxic chemicals during the first Persian Gulf War. ... More>
A study published in Cortex addresses why some children who sustain damage to the visual processing areas of the brain retain an unconscious ability to respond to visual stimuli. ... More>