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New neuropsych identified - woot

I had a quick chat with my neuropsych yesterday, to let them know I wasn’t going to make it to our standing weekly appointment. Too much to do at home, too much going on. 1,059 more words

Personal Experiences With TBI

More shuffling

I needed to find space on my bookshelf for the two books I got yesterday. So, I moved some things around, rearranging the books I have into a more orderly fashion. 370 more words

Personal Experiences With TBI

Therapy is a Mental Work Out

In my yoga class the other night, I had an epiphany. Yoga-induced epiphanies are probably pretty common, but I’m going to guess that most of them revolve around how to achieve inner peace within our chaotic world. 523 more words


Myelination pattern on MR imaging-Normal myelination

Myelination of the brain during infancy progresses in an orderly and predictable fashion.

At birth only certain structures are myelinated:

Melissa Aykut

Roughest of Drafts: The Primal Hemisphere: Currently Miscalled the Inferior Hemisphere

You know those things in your head that matter so much you can barely get them out?

Well I’ve attached so much significance to this post that it’s like a monkey clinging to a false doll mother. 475 more words


Development of logic - is important in life

Logical thinking is based on the construction of the chain of sequences of arguments and events, which helps draw conclusions, make the right decisions. If a person has a well-developed… 493 more words


Gene therapy rescues dying cells in the brains of Alzheimer's patients

New clinical trial data suggest that nerve growth factor gene therapy is safe for extended periods of time.

Alzheimer’s is one of the most feared brain diseases. 808 more words

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