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Antidepressants Rapidly Alter Brain Architecture, Study Finds

A single dose of a popular class of psychiatric drug used to treat depression can alter the brain’s architecture within hours, even though most patients usually don’t report improvement for weeks, a new study suggests. 21 more words

ISIS as Art

Catchy title, eh?

If you thought this was about the goddess of Egypt please catch up.

If you thought it was about establishing “the new” Caliphate – you’re pretty much on the right track, maybe, sorta, we’re all a bit unsure right now. 53 more words


Emotions of the mind or others?

Temper and stress is the thought I’m caught up with today. How do we get angry and stressed? Most of the emotions that we go through are our own creation within the mind depending on the situation we are in. 669 more words


Thinking of Nothing

“Close your eyes and think of nothing,” the psychology teacher instructs.

“Nothing?” several of the high school students ask. An air of festivity surrounds the classroom. 557 more words

The Result of the Return of the Social Experiment in the Office Cubicle!

Good Evening:

I represent one-third of a group of co-workers who have conducted social experiments with found one dollar bills over the past year. You may read of the first in a two-part series… 137 more words

The San Francisco Scene--Seen!

Treating Insomnia in Elderly Reduces Inflammation, Lowers Disease Risk

The reason for the increased risk of health problems is thought to be an association between insomnia and an increase in inflammation throughout the body that becomes chronic. 28 more words