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Artificial Sleep. (How does anesthesia work?)

As I lay in bed recovering from getting my tonsils and adenoids removed, I find myself pondering the nature of anesthesia, and how this magical substance works. 643 more words

Secrets of Brain-Based Consulting with Propeller Group - A Conversation with Allison Torpey and Bobby Kosh

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If you could see what your client was thinking, would it make you a more influential consultant? Thanks to the latest advances in the neurosciences, this is exactly what you can do, and the folks at Propeller Goup asked me to teach them how in a recent private workshop. 112 more words

ITunes Podcasts

Snowy White Reflections

It is a snowy end of term at university and I thought this would be a good point in time to capture what my life and my mind are like right now. 1,465 more words

Psychology

8 Tips To Being A Great Sport Parent

In a complex world full of stress and pressure, politics and wanting what is best for your child, having your child participating in sports from a recreational level to a high performance level can be overwhelming. 1,717 more words

Concussion

One down plenty more to go!

15th december 2017

Another MRI scan completed today, a little snooze in a magnetic tube courtesy of the NHS Nottingham City Hospital. Scan went fine as usual but won’t get scan results until January 2018. 103 more words

Brain

'Chopping' vs changing

Over the last couple of years, a few stories have emerged from around the world of successful surgical interventions in guitarists with focal dystonia. Going by the news stories that covered procedures in… 1,693 more words