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Despite the Headlines, Dementia Epidemic May Not Actually Be Getting Worse


A UK study shows that this sudden rise in dementia might not actually be true. One could argue that this could only be for the UK, and not include the United States. 8 more words

Why, Brain?

I’ve come to the realization that my brain is a real jerk sometimes. Surely, I cannot be the only one. From making me feel incredibly embarrassed about something that happened years ago or making me imagine faces in the dark, my brain is set to upset me. 148 more words


What happened to my accent...?

First of all, I push forward my apologies. Keeping this blog up to date alongside revising for exams was something I just wasn’t able to do. 915 more words


Is your baby racist? Scientists discover a way to reverse racial bias in young children

By Ellie Zolfagharifard | dailymail.co.uk

Editor’s note: Finally the bias of an innocent child can be erased in the name of “anti-racism,” peace and rainbows. They are destorying human nature! 426 more words


An Economy of Brain -or- A Prickly Dithering

“Economy of brain” is a concept I’m trying very hard to embrace. Unfortunately, the efforts have been prickly, at best.

Let me explain.

I am a perfectionist. 187 more words


10 Ways to Love Your Brain - Alzheimer's Association

As regular readers know, I am very sensitive to cognitive impairment, having lost two close family members to Alzheimer’s and dementia. So I was very happy to come across this list of recommendations for building up our mental muscles and reducing our chances of contracting Alzheimer’s from the… 541 more words