Do you wish you were smarter? Are you often baffled by puzzles? According to Australian neuroscientists Chi and Snyder, all you need is a bit of electric assistance: Brain stimulation enables the solution of an inherently difficult problem. In their study, 22 volunteers were faced with the 9 dots problem, a notoriously difficult puzzle. The goal here is to draw exactly four straight lines connecting all nine of these dots, without retracing any line, or lifting your pen from the page.
Significant improvement in hardest-to-treat chronic constipation shown in novel use of electrical stimulation (neurostimulation) at home. Read Post
St. Jude Medical, Inc. (NYSE:STJ) announced CE (ConformitÃ© EuropÃ©enne) Mark approval of the Brio™ neurostimulator, the world's smallest, longest-lasting rechargeable deep brain stimulation (DBS) device for treating the symptoms of... Read Post