Synopsis: It’s amazing that in the 21st century, science knows so much about all of the organs of the body save one: the brain. We talk to a scientist and author about the unbelievable abilities of the brain, how memories help us predict the future, where dreams are located, how brain injury can sometimes make someone a genius, and how research into brain function is opening up new areas of understanding the mind and its possibilities. 2,034 more words
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Eugene Kwon M.D. at the PCRI 2014 Annual Meeting.
Topic : OligoMetastatic Prostate Cancer Disease.
Dr. Kwon brings examples of Choline 11 PET scans as a tool to find location of metastatic lesions. 40 more words
For some people, the smell of Mom’s home-baked pie, the sight of an ice cream truck, or the sound of sizzling French fries can trigger a feeding frenzy. 483 more words
Neuroscience of Personality: Brain Savvy Insights for All Types of People
by Dario Nardi
200 pages Radiance House; 1.0 edition (August 1, 2011)
Here’s another one, for some reason, I thought I had really gone into this here already, but I guess not. 2,182 more words
By utilizing modern clinical imaging, researchers are sometimes able to better understand what is happening and changing in the brains of those diagnosed with Dementia. Clinical imaging is like their window to the world inside the human skull. 286 more words