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Remind me again why aerobic exercise is good for my brain (and mood, and thinking)...

There are lots of reasons why regular aerobic exercise is good for the brain – the effects of exercise on brain volume, cognition and mood are profound and enduring. 616 more words

Eric Hagerbrant Answers Frequently Asked Questions About MRI Scans

Question: What is an MRI scan?

Eric Hagerbrant: MRI stands for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Employing radio waves and a large magnet, the scan creates an image of the body’s organs and internal structures. 167 more words

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DOCTORS REMOVE SKELETON OF BABY LEFT INSIDE MOTHER FOR 36 YEARS!

An Indian woman is thought to have had the world’s longest ectopic pregnancy after doctors removed the skeleton of a baby that had been inside her for nearly four decades. 506 more words

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Updates from GE

A Secret to Laser Brain Surgery? Slice the MRI Machine in Half

GE –  In the early 1990s, Harvard radiologist Dr. Ferenc Jolesz devised a clever way for killing brain tumors with a laser. 233 more words

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Talk therapy may reverse biological changes in PTSD patients

New research suggests that cognitive behavioral therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) not only reduces symptoms but also affects the underlying biology of this disorder. 128 more words

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New Non-Claustrophobic MRI Machines in Australia

One of TerraMedia’s clients, Esaote MRI Australia, has just launched the new O-Scan MRI. This MRI machine is unique machine is designed to provide the utmost comfort to claustrophobic patients by using an open MRI style. 291 more words

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MRI - August 4

8.4.2014

rattle screeches, knocks

pings, obstructed music

panging against piano

wire magnetically

resonating endlessly.

silence and waiting.

doctor doctor please

tell me. no. don’t. look… 21 more words

Poetry