By Emily Leighty,Anonymous,Amanda Mannen Published: August 04th, 2015
(Fast Food, Restaurant | MI, USA) Fast Food, Restaurant | MI, USA Categories: Extra Stupid Food & Drink Health & Body Tags: Fast FoodRestaurant Fast Food, Restaurant | MI, USA(It’s a semi-busy night. I and one other manager are up front...Show More Summary
“Who is the fly in your champagne? / Who’s got the body and who’s got the brain? / Let me taste your blood ’cause I’m in pain / You are the one that I desire” I’m slowly catching up with my reviews of original graphic novels and those sorts of things, so I’m only 4 […]
Researchers at McGill University have discovered that to learn new motor skills, neurons within the cerebellum engage in elegant, virtually mathematical, computations to quickly compare expected and actual sensory feedback. They then...Show More Summary
Elevator Pitch is a regular feature on Lifehacker where we profile startups and new companies and pick their brains for entrepreneurial advice. This week, we’re talking with Dawoon Kang from Coffee Meets Bagel. More »
John Green breaks down some little-known facts about what happens to our brains in la-la land.
Stephanie Ballard went into cardiac arrest on Sunday due to complications of a mysterious brain swell that began in mid-July, her husband said.
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Every once in a while, you might overload on string cheese until it starts clogging up the reasoning part of your brain: “Hm, I wonder if Wolf Eyes are still around.” And then after a healthy night’s sleep facilitates a dairy comedown...Show More Summary
A forensic psychiatrist, testifying Monday for the defense, said that the man who shot and killed a Chicago police officer suffered brain damage when the officer pistol-whipped him with his service weapon but said he couldn't tell if Bryant Brewer was legally insane at the time of the 2010 killing.
Los Angeles quartet put your brain through the spin cycle.
Children who suffer an injury to the brain -- even a minor one -- are more likely to experience attention issues, according to a study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics.The effects may not be immediate and could occur long after...Show More Summary
Post by Jacqueline Burt Cote. He's really, really, ridiculously good-looking -- and he's really, really back! That's right, the first trailer for Zoolander 2 is here, and believe us: It will put to rest any doubts you might have had that Ben Stiller would be able to reprise his role as everybody's favorite dim-witted supermodel. Show More Summary
To learn new motor skills, neurons within the cerebellum engage in elegant, virtually mathematical, computations to quickly compare expected and actual sensory feedback. They then quickly readjust, changing the strength of connections between other neurons to form new patterns in the brain in order to accomplish the task at hand, researchers report.
A bench-top brain that accurately reflects actual brain tissue would be significant for researching not only the effect of drugs, but brain disorders like schizophrenia, and degenerative brain disease. Researchers have now completed 3-D printing a six-layered structure similar to brain tissue, in which cells are accurately placed and remain in their designated layer.
Outlining is a smart way to take ideas from the scrambled mess that is your brain and arrange them for clarity and purpose. And yes, “there’s an app for that.” Note-taking apps Evernote and Simplenote are popular as outliners. Scrivener, an application that’s a hit with writers of all stripes, comes with an outlining feature. Show More Summary
We’ve seen 3D printing being used to print medical tools such as casts. Recently 3D printing also allowed the creation of 3D models that allowed surgeons to practice brain procedures for children before actually doing it. However in what appears to be the first, it looks like the FDA has recently approved the creation of 3D printed drugs as well. Show More Summary
Based on his findings, it was possible without ever opening the skull to create images of the brain at work.
The full-on promo arrives tomorrow... Read the full article on AICN I’m still trying to wrap my brain around the notion that 1) this project is actually happening, and 2) they seem to be getting away with it. TOMORROW!!! ———— Glen Oliver “Merrick” - e-mail - Twitter Finish the article on AICN
Wizard game that helps to strengthen cognitive function will be available on an iOS app after being developed by the University of Cambridge A “brain training” game improves the cognitive function of people with schizophrenia and facilitates everyday tasks, according to researchers at the University of Cambridge. Show More Summary