Article - 1 Minute Read
March 16, 2016
We don't really know why we have dreams or their purpose, but scientists hold many theories. Learn more about why dreams happen and what they might mean.
Medically Reviewed by Neurosurgery
Categorized as: Neurosurgery and Brain Health
Tagged with: brain activity, cerebral cortex, dreaming, dreams, lucid dream, parts of the brain, rapid eye movement
July 22, 2015
The cerebellum, or "little brain," refines your body's functions through tasks like balance, coordination, posture and motor learning. Learn more.
Categorized as: Living and Wellness, Neurosurgery and Brain Health
Tagged with: brain, Cerebellum, cognitive, coordination, Dandy-Walker syndrome, parts of the brain, sensory systems, spinal muscular atrophy, stroke, Walker-Warburg syndrome
Article - 3 Minute Read
December 15, 2014
Find out how music can help develop your child's brain and enhance the ability to interpret and integrate sensory information.
Categorized as: Neurosurgery and Brain Health, Pediatrics
Tagged with: brain connectivity, brain development, brain hemispheres, child development, emotions, grey matter, intellectual skills, motor skills, music, parts of the brain, video games, white matter, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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December 1, 2014
Learn more about the part of your brain that makes you...you. The frontal lobe. Learn more about the frontal lobe's core responsibilities.
Categorized as: Health Topics A-Z, Neurosurgery and Brain Health
Tagged with: brain, brain health, emotional control center, frontal lobe, memory centers, movement, parts of the brain, social interaction