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29

Jan

Research has shown that 1 in 5 people feel unusually tired at any given time and 1 in 10 suffer from prolonged fatigue. The culprit […]

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28

Jan

Examine Their Face Pay close attention the a person’s face and look for clues such as red coloring on the cheeks. Other micro clues include […]

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26

Jan

Well, last year June 2013 I had planned to set out to become fluent in Spanish. I had to admit it but it looks like […]

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16

Jan

It was August 9th, 2009 and I had been back from Afghanistan for 2 years and was still a Navy reservist. I was speaking at […]

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12

Jan

What goes on in the brain when we hear a joke or watch a funny movie? Scientists at Dartmouth were shocked at the results of […]

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12

Jan

Have you ever noticed that creative geniuses often seem much stranger than the rest of us? The most current findings in brain imaging, creativity research, […]

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05

Jan

Researchers at Yale University have studied brain images on people who regularly practice meditation and found that are able to switch off areas of the […]

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05

Jan

Tourette’s was first identified in 1885 by French neurologist Georges Gilles Tourette. He called the disorder “sickness of ticks” and is not limited to the […]

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29

Dec

Fast Food Studies have shown that fatty foods damage the hypothalamus. This part of the brain produces hormones that control hunger, thirst, sleep, mood, and […]

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