It's no secret that becoming a parent is life changing in a number of ways, but according to a study recently published in Nature Neuroscience, pregnancy leads to long-lasting changes in human brain structure.
For many people "Zika" wasn't a term they were familiar with until a public health emergency erupted in Brazil early last year and the virus began to spread through the Americas. However, the scientific community had been aware of the virus for over 70 years, according to IFLScience.com.
A new study led by scientist at the University of Oxford found that up to one in 11 cases of psychosis may involve a condition where antibodies attack the brain. The study, published in The Lancet, examined the blood samples from 228 people between the ages of 14 and 35 when they were first diagnosed with psychotic illnesses.