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Diagnosis of Low Back Pain – Ways to Get Ride It

A herniated disc, people often complain of shooting, stabbing pain at the base of the spine. It’s a pain to which no therapy – from steroids and painkillers before surgery – can not cope. 6 more words

Experimental UC Davis Therapy Treats Depression With Magnets To Head

DAVIS (CBS13) — Scientists are working on a way to essentially rewire a brain to treat a number of disorders.

Deep transcranial magnetic stimulation sends magnetic waves through your brain, targeting areas that cause problems such as obesity, obsessive-compulsive disorder and bipolar disorder. 304 more words


Transcranial magnetic Stimulation, improves memory. Maybe.

A recent paper, in the prestigious journal Science, reports that transcranial magnetic stimulation may improve memory. Unfortunately, the article is behind a pay wall so I am unable to present a critical analysis. 201 more words


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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