How Exercise and Recovery Produce Olympic Success
Today in Rio, CU Boulder’s own Emma Coburn won the Bronze Medal in the Finals of the Steeplechase, a 3000 meter race over barriers and water.
Research on caffeine and health suggests it’s all about the timing
Consuming caffeine in adolescence can alter the brain to become more sensitive to addictive drugs in adulthood, according to a study by CU Boulder neuroscientists.
Brain Freeze Explained!
What causes this super intense, short-lived pain?
Ten-Hundred Word Challenge Part 3: Worm Sperm and Brain Pain
Aggie Mika writes about fear changing our brains, and Paul Muhlrad writes about tiny worm sperm.
Exercise, Microbiomes, and You
We are a walking ecosystem, and the brain must be considered as a part of that.
Running and injury prevention – it’s all in your head
Your nervous system is the driver of your body.
DAT isn’t all that: Cocaine also activates immune cells in the brain, increasing reward and addiction
By figuring out exactly what happens in the brain during drug use, researchers step closer to developing medication that can treat drug abuse.
The exercise evolution: an introduction to the science behind exercise
We all know exercise is good for us. Ever wonder why nature molded us in this way?