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Deep Brain Stimulation may Benefit Older Alzheimer's Disease Patients

DEEP BRAIN STIMULATION MAY BENEFIT OLDER ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE PATIENTS

Deep brain stimulation of the fornix shows promise for patients with mild Alzheimer's disease who are over 65years old. This helps...

The Health Effects Of Children Being Separated At The Border Are Horrifying

THE HEALTH EFFECTS OF CHILDREN BEING SEPARATED AT THE BORDER ARE HORRIFYING

For those children who have been separated from their parents at the U.S. border - somewhere between 2,000 and 4,000, according to...

 
 
 
It Doesn't Get More Romantic Than These 15 Summer Outfits

IT DOESN'T GET MORE ROMANTIC THAN THESE 15 SUMMER OUTFITS

If you're like us, when you think about romantic style, one part of your brain can't help but think of frills, lace, flowy maxi dresses,...

Study Shows Link Between Strong Muscles and a Strong Brain

STUDY SHOWS LINK BETWEEN STRONG MUSCLES AND A STRONG BRAIN

By Dr. Mercola Science has linked the benefit of physical exercise to brain health for many years. In fact, compelling evidence suggests...

 
 
 
Screening for Cognitive Impairment by Model Assisted Cerebral Blood Flow Estimation

SCREENING FOR COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT BY MODEL ASSISTED CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW ESTIMATION

Alzheimer's disease is a progressive and debilitating neurodegenerative disease; one in ten people aged 65 and older have it. As there...

Binge Drinking in Teens May Affect Short-Term Memory

BINGE DRINKING IN TEENS MAY AFFECT SHORT-TERM MEMORY

Excessive drinking in teens may interfere with the activity of brain cells required for sustaining short-term memory.

 
 
 
Teenage binge drinking may destroy parts of memory forever

TEENAGE BINGE DRINKING MAY DESTROY PARTS OF MEMORY FOREVER

Columbia University scientists found that when mice binge drank in adolescence, their brains were forever changed, impairing their...

COPPER REGULATES REST-ACTIVITY CYCLES THROUGH THE LOCUS COERULEUS-NOREPINEPHRINE SYSTEM

Copper regulates rest-activity cycles through the locus coeruleus-norepinephrine system Copper regulates rest-activity cycles through...

 
 
 
New Robotic System Helps Improve Parkinson's Treatment

NEW ROBOTIC SYSTEM HELPS IMPROVE PARKINSON'S TREATMENT

A new robotic system developed helps perform brain surgeries within a magnetic resonance imaging scanner can facilitate the treatment...

6 Steps to Get Your Cortisol Levels Under Control & Turn Down the Stress

6 STEPS TO GET YOUR CORTISOL LEVELS UNDER CONTROL & TURN DOWN THE STRESS

Do you find yourself overly stressed, tired and even notice weight gain despite not changing your diet or workout frequency? Your cortisol...

 
 
 
25 One-and-Done Dresses You're Going to Want to Live in This Summer

25 ONE-AND-DONE DRESSES YOU'RE GOING TO WANT TO LIVE IN THIS SUMMER

Hot and sticky summer days call for an easy, breezy wardrobe. We're partial to items that you can throw on and go without taking too...

Mild Brain Injuries Tied to Increased Dementia Risk

MILD BRAIN INJURIES TIED TO INCREASED DEMENTIA RISK

A new study is proving out a link between even non-severe traumatic brain injury, or TBI, doubles a person's risk for later developing...

 
 
 
New Treatment for Phenylketonuria Clears Brain Fog

NEW TREATMENT FOR PHENYLKETONURIA CLEARS BRAIN FOG

In the 1959 novella Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes , 32-year-old Charlie Gordon, a janitor at a New York City bakery, undergoes...

Junk foods high in both fat AND carbs confuse the brain - triggering an urge to over-eat 

JUNK FOODS HIGH IN BOTH FAT AND CARBS CONFUSE THE BRAIN - TRIGGERING AN URGE TO OVER-EAT 

Junk foods high in both fats and carbs have more dramatic effects on the brain than foods with just one or the other, causing cravings...

 
 
 
The Sinking City Releases on March 21st 2019

THE SINKING CITY RELEASES ON MARCH 21ST 2019

Waiting to hear the call of Cthulhu? While Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game has yet to receive a release date , Frogwares'...

Brains Improved by Graphene Are on the Horizon

BRAINS IMPROVED BY GRAPHENE ARE ON THE HORIZON

Researchers gain better understanding of how graphene interacts with brain cells to increase neuron activity

 
 
 
'Glee' Star Noah Guthrie Performed Rihanna's 'Love on the Brain' for 'America's Got Talent': Watch

'GLEE' STAR NOAH GUTHRIE PERFORMED RIHANNA'S 'LOVE ON THE BRAIN' FOR 'AMERICA'S GOT TALENT': WATCH

Glee is gone, but some of its stars are still dreaming. Noah Guthrie is one of them. Gleeks will have a special place in their hearts...

 
 
 
People who have wrinkles around their eyes when they smile or frown are perceived as more sincere 

PEOPLE WHO HAVE WRINKLES AROUND THEIR EYES WHEN THEY SMILE OR FROWN ARE PERCEIVED AS MORE SINCERE 

Researchers from Western University and University of Miami found brains are pre-wired to view people as more sincere if they have...

Human Brain Perceives Eye Wrinkles as a Sign of Sincerity

HUMAN BRAIN PERCEIVES EYE WRINKLES AS A SIGN OF SINCERITY

The Human brain has been pre-wired to perceive eye wrinkles as a sign of utmost Sincerity, finds a new study.