Last week, a study that examined the after-lifespan of pig brains suggest that death is not as finite as we have previously assumed. From a medical standpoint, the implications are huge.
Good news! Drugs that edit out your bad memories actually exist. Whether you should or not, is a matter of debate.
Ever wonder why we can’t have nice things? Well, the reason lies inside our heads. Thanks, brain.
It’s a long-running battle we all face. Logic, or intuition? Following your gut feeling might have a bad rap, but the brain is definitely telling us something.
One recent study made a staggering discovery, in that depression differs between male and female. As a result, differing treatment may be needed.
According to the findings of a new study, stress actually alters your brain on the most fundamental level. So, lay off, mum.
Recent study shows listening to hip-hop unlocks creative part of brain, lowers boundaries that say “no”. Do we subscribe to this theory? Yeeeeaaahh, bbbooooyyyeeeee!
Looking to beat the Boxing Day blues? Well, science has got your back! Here are some top tips to reduce buyer’s remorse over the Christmas break.
In part two of TBS’ 5-part series exploring heartbreak, relationship counsellor Hailee Walker speaks to Neuroscientist Dr Sean Hatton on what happens to our brains when heartbroken.
Whilst Victoria Cotman occasionally sees the dead (and living) in her food, a scientific study has confirmed seeing Jesus in your Holy Toast is only an everyday miracle.
Delving deep into the intricate architectural structures of our brains, Eamon Brown discovers that when it comes to our feelings; size matters.
Ash Imani wonders…if we didn’t need to hold onto our beliefs so strongly and accepted the uncertainties of life, would we all be a lot nicer to one another?