It's not a flattering likeness, but rats and humans actually have a lot in common, including physiology.
Brain scans may help doctors better customize treatments for depression.
And according to a few studies, ultrasound may also help improve mood.
Fun fact about alligators: they can regrow any of their eighty teeth up to fifty times.
Here's the scene. The audience is waiting with bated breath, you're just about to give a speech, and suddenly you notice your mouth is dry as sawdust. Why?
How do you think a baby's heart rate compares to adults?
One study by Harvard researchers has found that patients who believe in God tend to respond better to treatments for problems like anxiety and depression.
Did you know we might be born with our own gut bacteria?
Researchers have theorized that the brain has to learn the shape of its own ears in order to hear correctly.
Doctors have been having remarkable success with a rather unconventional type of treatment: fecal transplantation.