“It’s like Trevor’s on a tightrope,” said my boyfriend, “but the tightrope is only a foot above the ground”.
The passion driving fighters to be in the cage in the first place is one that will inevitably put them at risk of a brain injury.
Doctors have caught up with folklore. We now know you can die of broken-heartedness.
Having been conned into another couple of fruitless house calls, I now parry the proffered symptoms and generally get to the heart of the matter on the phone.
For the first time, scientists are investigating the effects of drugs on the brain. Meet the woman leading the charge to bring evidence into drugs policy.
A recent paper has found that autistic-related social patterns can be reversed when one species of gut bacteria is present in the microbiome of mice.
Following a number of recent anxiety attacks, I set out to learn why this happens to me.
It is no accident that women are writing in ever greater numbers about their mental anguish and pain.
Carbohydrate, fat: it doesn’t really matter. Eat less and do more.
Four-fifths of scientists support staying in the EU. Here is why.
Abstaining from food sounds intimidating and debilitating. In fact, intermittent fasting can help you feel healthier and live longer.
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