It's not just the size of a brain that determines intelligence, it's also the amount of neurons.
Does brain size or brain-to-body ratio affect intelligence? Not as much as you'd think.
Brain cells and slime bacteria draw from the same molecular bag of tricks.
Reading action verbs fires up neurons in your motor cortex as if you were actually doing the actions.
Sit tight! Movement triggers neurons that dull your hearing.
Alzheimer's, a brain disorder associated with memory loss, is caused when plaque accumulates on neurons, killing the cells off and causing brain shrinkage.
While we tend to associate olfaction with our noses and brains, other parts of our body also have a "sense of smell."
Is drinking yourself 'blind' just an exaggeration, like 'eating till you burst'? Or can alcohol really turn out the lights?
Scientists believe human brain development is the result of genetic mutations that occurred millions of years ago.
Around age 20, we begin to lose neurons to the process of aging. By 75, nearly one-tenth of the neurons you were born with have died.