Home > Mental health > Brain Brain All sections in Mental Health » Alcohol » Brain » Disorders » Drugs » Living with Mental Illness » Mental Health in SA » Stress » Treatment » Mental Health News How your brain reads other people's faces Researchers found the one area of the brain which appears to be responsible for recognizing facial expressions. Ask CyberShrink » Talk Heart to heart forum » How brain injury affects you Transparent brains Dog study may help kids with Batten disease Researchers delayed the onset of Batten disease-like symptoms in dogs, giving hope to children suffering from the disease. How the 'love hormone' affects your social interactions Oxytocin, known as the "love hormone", triggers a marijuana-like response in the brain and can improve feelings of motivation and happiness and boost social interactions. Thailand's King Adulyadej treated for 'water on the brain' Thailand's revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world's longest serving monarch, has been treated for "water on the brain" and a chest infection, the palace revealed in a rare statement. Cognitive and learning disorders Cognitive function, also called cognitive performance or cognition, refers to the ability of an individual to think, process, and store information in order to solve problems. Fascinating brain facts The brain is a wonderful, mysterious and fascinating organ. Here are a few interesting facts. Are you right- or left-brained? There is a big difference in how you learn and process information, depending on which side of your brain is the dominant one. Check out this infographic, courtesy of thepremiertutors.org What is Restless Genital Syndrome? Restless Genital Syndrome is a relatively unknown condition where a patient feels persistent, unwanted restlessness such as tingling, pain or burning in the genital area. The mystifying brain The brain is our body's most vital organ and defines who we are. That is why it is important to gain more knowledge about the brain and brain injuries. Vitamins that keep your brain young New research has shed light on how certain vitamins and other nutrients may keep your memory sharp and your brain agile - and ward off dementia - as you get older. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Eat smart for a healthy heart with B-well’s Canola oil Put back what life takes out with StaminoGro! Win a Controlice® hamper worth R800 Is erectile dysfunction a taboo topic in relationships? Live healthier Caffeine and Kids » Good news! Coffee and wine may promote a healthy gut Daily caffeine may not push up your heart beat Health check: is caffeine actually bad for kids? Is there truth to the belief that coffee stunts children's growth or disturbs their rest? True or False? » How to eradicate 'earworms' Hearing aids may keep seniors' minds sharp Is ‘selective hearing’ actually a thing? Why can your partner never hear the phone ringing? It could be that their brains are wired to ignore some sounds.