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Weekly Neuroscience Update

A new research project sheds light on the role played by a specific area of the brain in our moral judgements. The more developed it is, the more understanding we show towards those who have unintentionally caused harm. 260 more words

Weekly Round-Up

Can't believe I forgot to hit publish :{...

Well today I have 2 post cause yesterday I had to leave in such a hurry I forgot to hit the publish button…thats how my days are, and nooooo I didn’t take any shots yesterday to go keep the kiddos, and I did pretty good.   1,021 more words

Its All Good Radio Show has a New Home at Riviera FM

It’s been two years since It’s All Good Radio Show last went on the air, and at long last, it has found a new home in one of the most beautiful parts of the country, South Devon’s Torquay.   157 more words

Positive News Reporting

Just learning how to cope...

Hey Y’all

Well it’s a new day, should be thankful I know but everyday I wake, I have to push myself to get up, get out of bed. 1,110 more words


My life cont....

Yesterday on my 1st blog I left off on while I was at the heart doc, so here is some more…

After being totally thrown off by what the heart doctor had just told us, he examined me & come to find out everything was perfect (as perfect as could be with heart disease) with my heart at that time, so he signed off for me to be able to have my gastric bypass surgery.   1,904 more words

Save the date! Parkinson’s & Movement Disorder Patient & Carer Information Session

The Asia-Pacific Centre for Neuromodulation (APCN) part of the Queensland Brain Institute at the University of Queensland is hosting a free Patient/Carer Information session on Saturday 29 April 2017. 111 more words

Be involved in a Dystonia study! Investigating attention and decision-making in motor disorders

You are invited to take part of the a study at Monash Health that has been designed to explore how the brain is processing information in different disorders of movement—tremor, dystonia and Parkinson’s—using a computerised decision-making task. 259 more words