Stroke victim doesn't get sad anymore

Strokes can often leave victims in deblitating situations suffering everything from amnesia to migrains. The results are often tragic. Yet, one man seems to have suffered a happy incidence of his stroke, one that makes him the life of the party. According to a story in Britains Daily Telegraph:

Does coffee lower women's risk of depression?

A recently published study seems to indicate women who drink two to three cups of caffeinated coffee a day are 15 percent less likely to develop depression.

'Brain cap' turns thought into motion

A 'brain cap' being developed at the University of Maryland allows users to turn their thoughts into motion, potentially allowing them to control computers, robotic prosthetic limbs, motorized wheelchairs and even digital avatars.

Paralyzed woman conducts orchestra with her mind

A British woman with locked-in syndrome has been able to conduct an orchestra using just the power of her thoughts.

Team develops 'pacemaker for the brain'

Israeli cientists have developed an implantable  chip that delivers precise stimulation to control disorders such as depression or Parkinson's disease.

3D TV can give you seizures, says Samsung

Samsung has issued a detailed warning about the dangers of watching its 3D televisions, saying the technology can give viewers epileptic seizures and strokes.