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Hashem Al-Ghaili 11h
Playing a musical instrument rewires your brain and makes you smarter.
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HAPPYDNA 13h
We all were born with nearly all the neurons we will ever need
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Notes from BCH 10h
New insights suggest some early signs of changes in the that indicate an increased risk of developing Parkinson's: via
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Financial Advisor 11h
How do you keep your active? Tips On Keeping Your Brain Young
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Renascence 21h
: Meditation Is A Great Workout For Your
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Jon Lieff MD 9h
jumping genes are like viruses (pieces of moving DNA) and they regulate much of the brain cell's nucleus
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The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) 13h
Shank3 mutations are commonly observed in humans with and related developmental disorders. Read findings that shed more light on the role of Shank3 in the :
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Jon Lieff MD May 18
Heavy use of alcohol among adolescents and young adults is not only dangerous in its own right, but new research in nonhuman primates shows that it can actually slow the rate of growth in developing brains.
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Brain World Magazine May 19
Our conscious thought is most often expressed in story form; in fact, the ability to tell stories is one of the characteristics that distinguish us as human beings. But what is actually going on inside the when we construct stories?
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Health For The Brain May 19
How to Effectively Use Exercise as an Antidepressant
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Jon Lieff MD May 19
The first evidence of an association between air pollution and psychotic experiences in adolescence.
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Ian Kremer May 18
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Brain Health May 15
FDA clears Trigeminal nerve stimulation (TNS) as ADHD treatment
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Brain World Magazine May 18
"In the next decade we will see some important breakthroughs in the development of vaccines or drugs that protect healthy brain cells longer and complement the healthy that appears to delay the onset," says . 🧠
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The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) May 18
: Epileptic network properties at -wide and single-cell levels in . Learn more on the blog:
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Neurohacker May 19
Harry McIlroy, MD, recently joined the Collective Insights podcast to discuss why modern medicine needs an upgrade and where that solution might lie. Quotes like this emerged. If you haven't heard the discussion, it's an enlightening one:
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AskDrGanz.com 5m
PLEASE RT! Share the positivity! Thanks :) ==> Sharing my May interview with . in case you missed us live! We explore "Training Your For Positivity" in this . . .
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URIEL FERNANDEZ 9h
I have a in my and im fighting everyday.
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MagneticStimulator 5h
Everyone: Brain is the most important organ in the body! Gut: Yeah, according to the brain. 🙄
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Hearts of Education 5h
7 days of school left and my are still ! We will use until the last day! Yes, I am a but my desire for motivates me! • 🤫 Secretly I am counting the days down with a song!!!
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