It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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A team doctor who's a former college football player says it's time to treat concussions differently.
Is keeping it unreal the future of technology and even patient care? An expert lays out what's to come.
A brain injury researcher discusses concussion diagnosis and treatment.
Whose data is it? A discussion about how wearables are used today and the emerging ethical dilemmas.
Suffering from chronic pain? Look no further than your refrigerator for a fix. Here's what to eat and what to avoid to manage pain.
A leading sports psychologist shares tips for every athlete, from little leaguers to the pros.
To meditate or not to meditate? It's a question science has answered.
Can we rewire our brains to eliminate biases?
Is sending your patient home always a good thing? As a geriatrician, not completely.
What's in a wearable? Wearables that track more granular information can help form a more detailed picture of physical and neurological health.
Can you think yourself inclusive? How to give it a try.
Can advances in neuroscience cause ethical dilemmas? The moral shortcomings of AI are very real.
Do we all have bias? Yes. Learn more about our biases and how to transcend them.
Can you use two tennis balls to help rehabilitate an Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tear, and how do you apply insights from brain science into injury recovery? Let us explain.
Wearable tech can measure skin conductance, a possible life-saver for people with epilepsy.
For Scientific American’s publisher, the frustrations of neuroscience are personal: A conversation on neurological disease.
Can you promote brain health in the workplace? Yup! The Social Brain Blog sat down with executives from Thrive Global, Hilton and others to discuss brain health in the workplace.
Sleep expert, Dr. Sigrid Veasey, explains how sleep loss early in life can have lasting changes on your neural connectivity. What you need to know!
The Social Brain Blog sat down recently with Dr. Kiecolt-Glaser at the Third Annual Brain Health and Performance Summit presented by The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Is it all about the money? Nope, not when it comes to healthcare. Americans lag near the bottom when it comes to health outcomes among wealthy countries. Why is that?
Can’t we all just get along? New opportunities for inclusion and diversity.
Why don't we treat suicide like a national public health crisis? No clue, but we absolutely should.
Is being social while battling cancer really a priority? A new breast cancer study shows links between loneliness and brain function.
In a sense, every day is Valentine's Day, and partners have a powerful influence on each other's state of mind.
OSU Wexner Medical Center for Brain Health and Performance combines five neuroscience-related specialties into an integrated program, and has one of the country's largest neuromuscular clinical and research programs.