The announcement comes after the FDA became aware of more than 40 cases of "DRESS syndrome" linked to the seizure medications levetiracetam and clobazam.
Newborns' brains may look relatively smaller than those of other primate babies, but it's not because they're "underdeveloped" by comparison.
Agitation, anxiety and depression seen in people with Alzheimer's may be driven by brain inflammation, in addition to abnormal proteins.
An early trial suggests that deep brain stimulation could treat cognitive impairment associated with traumatic brain injury.
People with PTSD feel like they're reliving past experiences in the present. This may be tied to how the brain processes memories of those experiences.
Across the country, pet dogs are falling sick with a flu-like illness, but scientists don't yet know what's causing it.
Evidence suggests the outbreak is being caused by several known pathogens, the World Health Organization said.
Trans and gender-diverse people people who take testosterone face a risk of blood thickening, but the largest study to date in the U.S. suggests that this side effect is rare.
Exposure to cosmic radiation and weightlessness in space could increase the risk of astronauts developing erectile dysfunction, according to research in rats.
A compound in grape skins called quercetin might disrupt alcohol metabolism, causing some people to get headaches after drinking red wine, a lab study suggests.