Rappler's latest stories on brain
Should we allow Gmail to finish our sentences?
We thrive as humans because we are diverse. None of us is normal.
The so-called 'cerebral organoids' or mini-brains derived from adult stem cells have been around for a decade or so but have never previously developed functional neural networks
The 3-part series on Bill Gates' life after Microsoft is directed by Davis Guggenheim, director of 'An Inconvenient Truth' and 'He Named Me Malala'
The vloggers will be joined by other international and local creators for the #IRL meetup with their fans
At a recent Alzheimer’s Research UK Conference, there was near universal agreement that it’s time to separate the concept of Alzheimer’s disease from the menace of dementia
Eye contact is more than just a laser alignment of the irises of two people
Learning is more complex than just going to school, getting a job, and playing Sudoku or crossword puzzles to keep your mind together later in life
Tourist brain occurs when visual cues in unfamiliar places coax vacationers into taking risks
'Cyber Brain' is about man’s overdependence on technology in a highly-digitized world and how it affects people’s state of mind
'Romance' in female brains generally takes on the form of language, while in male brains, it largely, so to speak, rises and falls as an 'act'
How different people focus their attention on an event will affect what they remember
In the clinical trials, participants were able to play a digital piano, browse the web, and chat in real time, BrainGate says
Your one and only life is worth the brainwork
We humans invented the disciplines so we can highlight various aspects of reality for a deeper understanding. It's time to unlearn the borders we made so we can see where the disciplines connect and where they diverge.
Sign language is another language, and therefore, another rich world, another empowering culture that, like any other language, expands your mind
We are wired to fear far more than we are to be reasonable. But are we all created to be equally fearful?
(UPDATED) 'The progress of disease and the inexorable advance of age render their verdict. With his usual strength of will, he has now chosen to discontinue medical treatment,' the family says in a statement
Music is a powerful emotional glue. When played, it becomes entwined with your memories and a part of who you are.
One of the primary reasons people overeat and regain lost weight is that they have not changed the underlying behavior that leads them to crave comfort from food
What do love and hate really look like as they come alive in our brains? Do they occur in places that are opposing equivalents?
Filipino students win 14 gold, 25 silver and 33 bronze medals, 11 merit awards and 4 special prizes
The cause of death was not announced though Heenan had battled throat cancer in the past
The NFL has faced growing scrutiny in recent years linked to the issue of concussions and head trauma
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From a stunting rate of 16 Malabon has reduced it by half at 8 in 3 years
The writer labor activist Aglipayan church founder and politician from Vigan Ilocos Sur started the tradition of honoring the workers every May 1
Our mind wanders and this is what keeps us sane and ironically what keeps us focused
[Science Solitaire] With the kind of mobile phone dependence that many humans have grown what effects does it have on the structure of our brains?
A Google research team finds one way to zoom and enhance heavily pixelated photos
[Science Solitaire] Now we know how smell can weave certain memories for us to form the overall tapestry drawn from the other senses
UPDATED My father was hospitalized after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage on Saturday morning and is now receiving treatment in an intensive care unit writes Lola Karimova Tillyaeva on Instagram
Adult cells involved in learning and memory can be destroyed by the viral infection according to a study
Health Secretary Paulyn Ubial instructs government hospitals to explore partnerships with private hospitals so needy patients can still avail themselves of alteplase for free
When asked about gene editing which could reduce the risk of serious disease in babies at risk 68 of Americans say they would be very or somewhat worried
In the process they discovered nearly 100 previously unreported regions of the organ s cerebral cortex or grey matter
Scientists discover that parrots and crows have cognitive abilities similar to those of primates
Mosquito borne Zika is present in 130 countries and recent studies have shown it can also be transmitted sexually between human carriers
The findings are the first concrete evidence of a link between the mosquito borne virus and microcephaly which until now had been circumstantial
The euphoria of falling truly madly deeply in love is often likened to being high and with good reason Research shows that when you’re in love you really are in a mind altered state
The health department also advises pregnant mothers to postpone their plans to travel to the Americas where the virus is spreading rapidly especially if the trip is not urgent
People who watch more than 3 hours of TV a day as young adults are twice as likely to suffer from poor cognition
If you had had to run after him during his overseas trips you d know
Otak dan hati sering kali bertolak belakang namun saling melengkapi Hal inilah yang menjadikan webcomic Heart and Brain dari The Awkward Yeti menjadi menarik untuk disimak
The President learns of the viral post about a moviegoer asking why Apolinario Mabini remained seated in the film Heneral Luna
Kabataan kung akala mo y walang kinalaman sa mundo mo ang martial law narito ang 7 buzzwords na pamana – o sumpa – sa iyo ng rehimeng Marcos