Self-studying Neuroscience

Neuroscience is such an ever-evolving, ever-important field. But not everyone had the chance to study it in college. Some may have an interest in the field, but may not know…

Your Brain on Pumpkin Pie

You take a slow bite of the pumpkin pie, a hint of cinnamon behind the rich pumpkin flavor. With a crumbly crust and thick whipped cream, you’re settling into autumn…

Michael J. Fox: Back on TV

For more than three decades, Michael J. Fox has been one of Hollywood’s most popular and successful actors, winning three Emmy awards during his seven-year run as Alex P. Keaton…

One Mind for Research

CELEBS RAISING MONEY AND AWARENESS TO CURE BRAIN DISEASE By Susan Hornik Recently, One Mind for Research, an independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to curing the diseases of the brain…

PTSD + Super Storm Sandy = Mental Work

If you have a working television then you likely know about Sandy and the devastation the tragic super storm left behind. You are also likely aware of the power shortages…


In “Power paradox: Clean might not be green forever” (newscientist.com, Jan 30, 2012), Anil Ananthaswamy and Michael Le Page write about the “power paradox,” a term which describes how our…

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