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Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke is missing ‘quite a bit’ of her brain. How can people survive and thrive after brain injury?

Image: EPA/Neil Hall In a recent interview, Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke spoke about being able to live “completely normally” after two aneurysms –...

Sunday essay: empathy or division? On the science and politics of storytelling

Why don’t chimpanzees rule the world? Is storytelling - the mysterious glue that enables millions of humans to cooperate effectively - the answer? Shutterstock Writers can’t...

What is aphasia, the condition Bruce Willis lives with?

Image: Star Max File Photo/AP/AAP After a career spanning 40 years, 67-year-old Bruce Willis has stepped away from acting due to health issues, including a...

Will I or won’t I? Scientists still haven’t figured out free will, but they’re having fun trying

 Social media algorithms, artificial intelligence, and our own genetics are among the factors influencing us beyond our awareness. This raises an ancient question: do...

Your brain approaches tricky tasks in a surprisingly simple way

It gets easier with practice. Duntrune Studios/Shutterstock Have you ever sat down to complete your morning crossword or Sudoku and wondered about what’s happening...

A short history of anaesthesia: from unspeakable agony to unlocking consciousness

 General anaesthesia has come a long way since its first public demonstration in the 19th century, depicted here. Wellcome Library, London/Wikimedia, CC BY-SA   We expect...