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Christina Perry Nov 26
WE ARE HIRING! Interested in studying the effects of chronic on the ? Come work with us! We have a 2-year postdoc position in a fantastic team . Details here:
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Memory Health 16m
The Stages of Dementia: How Dementia Progresses The progression of depends on the cause. While people experience the stages of dementia differently, most share some .
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Janet Horvath 11h
Just the challenge you needed for Monday evening! 😂
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Healthonics 4h
Optimum is necessary for our body and mind to get recharged and refreshed. But it is important to note that too much sleep or too little sleep can be harmful to our as it impairs its capacity of clear thinking, memory processing & significantly.
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Herve Lemaitre 6h
Lefthanders being not righthanders!!!
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Jon Lieff MD -- Searching for the Mind Blog 16m
Can infections in the brain seed the beginning of amyloid deposition to start Alzheimer's disease
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Dr Tariq Tramboo 4h
Did you know? Your has 86 billion neurons which are connected by something like 850,000 km of axons and dendrites. All the Computers in the world collectively can’t even match one .
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WaterCoolerNeuroscience Nov 21
This weeks is the lovely - her research is so interesting! Let us know what you guys are up to in the comments! 🧠
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Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia Nov 24
Neurological outcomes of protection in aortic arch depend on: cerebral temperature, circulatory arrest time, cerebral perfusion during circulatory arrest. Optimal strategy relies on comprehensive monitoring & well-executed techniques.
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Nika Seblova Nov 21
Have been thinking ab & bringing joy to what we do! Drawing & colores make me happy. So decided to brighten the Twitter feed w postcards I made. Maybe I should keep w my tradition of making a water color illustration for every first author paper I make?
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Giulia Brachi, Ph.D. Nov 25
Curious about transport inside the ? Check out our latest article just published in !Big thanks to the team for bringing together this super interdisciplinary project!
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Sina Nov 27
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Dr. Uma Naidoo Nov 26
Sage and rosemary are both great sources of anti-inflammatory . These herbs are also neuroprotective with the potential to regulate the levels of ACh in the (too much ACh may lead to Alzheimer's disease). Cheers to a brain-boosting dinner!
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BrainHackers Nov 23
Guilt is difficult to define, but it pervades every aspect of our lives
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Ciléin Kearns 11h
A describes damage to the from an interruption in the blood supply. The major types are ischaemic (blockage to blood flow), or haemorrhagic (bleed in or around the brain). If the symptoms resolve quickly it's called a transient-ischaemic attack (TIA)
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Farrow Memory Method Nov 21
What’s the mental toll of connectivity, and how can we avoid it?
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Mandy Harris Nov 29
I’m a tired old this morning!🙄
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Medical Xpress Nov 27
Scientists reveal regions of the where promotes patience
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Courtiol Julie 22h
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Medical Xpress Nov 24
Cocoa flavanols boost , cognition in healthy adults
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