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Forget Me Not

Have you ever wondered why some people have good memories and others just forget everything a few seconds later? In actuality, everyone has a good memory. 225 more words

Neuroscience

Static synapses on a moving structure: Mind the gap!

In biology, stability is important. From body temperature to blood pressure and sugar levels, our body ensures that these remain within reasonable limits and do not reach potentially damaging extremes. 470 more words

Science

Lucy: Scar Jo Killing It With Her Mind

Lucy

Well that was a mid morning mind fuck.

Lucy came out in 2014. It starred Scarlett Johansson, Morgan Freeman, and Min-sik Choi. Written and directed by Luc Besson. 751 more words

Film Review

Addicted to Love --- Here's What A Broken Heart Does To Your Brain

Throb.Gizmodo.com — When the love of your life dumps you, you’re going to go a little nuts. But it’s a very specific form of crazy: There are actually conflicting neural systems active inside your brain. 162 more words

Health

Auditory Dysfunction Beyond the 8th Nerve: Understanding Central Auditory Processing Disorders

Central auditory processing disorder (CAPD) refers to a deficit in the neural processing of auditory stimuli that can affect listening, language, and learning. Because CAPD manifests behavioral symptoms similar to those exhibited by listeners with peripheral hearing loss, it is important that the audiologist be prepared to “go beyond the 8th nerve” in the assessment process to evaluate central auditory skill sets and provide intervention as needed. 81 more words

developing an attitude of gratitude and a powerful awareness of being in the now

How do I do that?

Lets start at the very beginning. Its a very good place to start.

We simply get our internal magnifying glass out and begin to notice, moment by moment sensations and feelings within us. 133 more words

‘Where did feelings go when they disappeared? Did they leave a chemical trace somewhere in our minds, so that if we could look inside ourselves we would see via the patterns of neurons some of the important things that had happened to us in our lifetimes?’ 10 more words