New research suggests that the language you speak may affect how you form memories -- even when the memory has nothing to do with words.
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Rats struggle to solve a maze after their uteruses are removed, raising questions about the impacts of the widespread procedure in humans.
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Cells in the fly specimens' nervous systems can be seen glowing through the insects' transparent bodies.
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Psychological and brain development extends years beyond the end of puberty, new research shows.
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One of the things people with Alzheimer's disease understand is music.
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Do dreams have a purpose, or are they all just stories and images our minds create?
Instead of trying to fight the disease, researchers are focusing on beefing up the brain cells to live alongside the disease.
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