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Nov

Reading is good for your brain,  I don’t have to tell you that.   But is there an advantage to reading information instead of viewing […]

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18

Nov

Evolution has equipped our brains with the ability to tell time from milliseconds, to days, to years. Keeping track of time is crucial for understanding […]

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17

Nov

Fish is brain food. Several kinds of fish have a fatty acid known as omega-3 which is vital for the development of the outer membrane […]

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10

Nov

Growing evidence shows that diet and bacteria from the digestive tract can influence our thoughts, behavior, and mood. Researchers have found evidence of “leaky gut” […]

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10

Nov

Although stress aids in our survival, living in a chronic state of stress can be detrimental to both the body and the mind. This is […]

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08

Nov

One of my biggest goals right now is to become fluent in Spanish. I have so many goals and things I am working on: Getting […]

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03

Nov

A growing number of scientists believe that schizophrenia is not caused by bad genes or by a difficult upbringing. Some scientists believe that the disease […]

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03

Nov

The same structures that interpret signals from our eyes, ears and other sensory organs are the very organs that cause dreams, illusions, and inaccurate memories. […]

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27

Oct

The hippocampus is the part of the brain responsible for storing and recovering memories. Damage to the hippocampus can result in the difficulty or  inability […]

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