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Many months into the pandemic, even as the nation faces its highest average daily case counts to date, people still don’t agree on how to live in the era of COVID-19. We know how to protect ourselves — washing our hands, wearing masks and staying socially distant — but many people still take unnecessary risks, even at the highest levels of government.

The unprecedented nature of the pandemic undermines how we process information and assess risk. Need proof? Look around. Read more»

Despite being banned, piracetam is widely available—and hugely popular—as a supplement promoted as boosting cognitive ability. Unintimidated by FDA warning letters, sellers are advertising this forbidden ingredient in online bazaars. Read more»

Russell Witte, an expert on ultrasound technology, hopes that his Acoustoelectric Brain Imaging prototype will one day be used in doctors’ offices to get a quick and clear image of brain activity. Human testing could be approved in as little as three years.

Researchers at the University of Arizona may be on the cusp of a breakthrough when it comes to examining the deepest parts of the brain. Read more»

Groundbreaking research by a young Australian scientist and clinical psychologist on how the brain stores memories could ultimately lead to a cure for anxiety. Read more»