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The aptly-named Alice in Wonderland syndrome is a weird condition that distorts your perception of yourself and the world around you. It takes its name from the Lewis Carroll character because, like Alice in the story, people with the syndrome often...

A fruit fly larva's brain has 3,016 neurons and now, for the first time, scientists have mapped how they're connected together. This is the largest brain "connectome" every completed. Previously, one of the biggest brains mapped belongs to a roundwo...

Daylight-saving time begins on Sunday, March 12, 2023. Years of data tell us the bi-annual switch is deadly. Here's how it puts stress on our bodies.

Brain scans reveal why left-handed people might be wired for more creativity. Research shows there might be some truth to this highly-debated topic.

A decade ago, UC Berkeley researchers decoded fMRI data of people's brains to reconstruct images of movie trailers they had previously watched. Back then, the images were noisy and grainy. If you didn't know what you were looking at, it wasn't easy t...

Staying focused in a world of nonstop work emails and social media notifications is a never-ending challenge. As much as we talk about the importance (and difficulty) of sustained, deep focus, there are other types of attention, all of which have the...

The new drug, called Leqembi, slowed the rate of cognitive decline in Alzheimer's patients by 27%.