ROSEMARY FOR REMEMBRANCE

Ophelia might have been crazy but she certainly knew her herbs when she said, “There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance.” In a self-funded study published on February 24, 2012 in the journal Therapeautic Advances in Psychopharmacology, co-authors Mark Moss, Ph.D., and … READ MORE>>

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JILL BOLTE TAYLOR’S EXTRAVAGANT BRAIN PROJECT

Jill Bolte Taylor, the Indiana brain scientist who suffered a stroke in 1996 at the age of 37 and the author of her 2008 memoir, “My Stroke of Insight: A Brain Scientist’s Personal Journey” which became a New York Times … READ MORE>>

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DR. JULIAN BAILES’ CONCUSSION-PREVENTING COLLAR

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) occurs in 1.7 million people annually in the United States. This condition encompasses a range from mild concussions with no long-term effects to severe brain damage leading … READ MORE>>

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ELECTRONIC TATTOOS…THE FUTURE OF HUMAN COMPUTING?

by Anastasia Sagalovitch An electronic tattoo that bends with body tissue and is able to sense brain wave activity, muscle movement, and heart activity? It may sound like science fiction, but in a recent research update from the National Science … READ MORE>>

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A VALENTINE TREAT FROM ELIZABETH SOMER

Did you know that your BRAIN is your body’s LARGEST SEX ORGAN? And did you know that when it comes to antioxidants, the brighter their color the better they work? With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, I caught up … READ MORE>>

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CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS OR WOODY ALLEN: WHEN IT COMES TO DECISION-MAKING, WHICH ARE YOU?

Do you approach life with a zest for decision-making? Do you bushwack through ambiguities to create a clear path? Or do you seesaw between opposing opportunities unable to bear the weight of either one in the final analysis. In Science-Technology … READ MORE>>

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WINDOW BUILT IN LIVE MOUSE BRAIN

Alyssa Danigelis writes in news.discovery.com about a group if scientists for the first time ever seeing through a window into a brain. They installed a window into a mouse’s brain and observed a neuron in action. “You can look into … READ MORE>>

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