Despite all the bad effects of drugs both physically and emotionally, there’s no question about the … Read more posts by Kevin Mark Rabida
I've had WWE on the brain BIGTIME since Wrestlemania. I'm always thinking about wrestling, but Mania really tickled my fancy. Gotta get this brain back in gear! See you in a few, short hours. I've heard a few of you guys and gals complaining about how we've been promoting our original video content. Show More Summary
Research has shown that a person's position in the economic pecking order can have a lasting effect on cognitive development. But can it also affect the size and shape of the brain?
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 Dan Alenaddaf from Gym And Fitness. More »
“What does this part of the brain do, again?” I asked, pointing to the electrode on my right temple.
The Young Vic produces shows that please many but rarely me. Its big hit of 2014, A Streetcar Named Desire, won virtually every prize going apart from the one it… Read more The post Beauty without brains appeared first on The Spectator.
Researchers are developing molecules that bind to more than 60 types of cancer. Several are being tested in early-stage clinical trials, including one for brain cancer. These custom-made molecules can carry either a "flag" that shines brightly in standard medical scanners or a bit of radiation to kill the targeted cancer cells.
As the newly named provost and No. 2 administrator at USC, neuroscientist Michael Quick said Monday he wants to help the university use its brain power and growing financial resources to keep improving the school's reputation and focus high-powered research on societal problems.
NUHHHHH IT'S STARING INTO MY SOUL Fan of the night pic.twitter.com/jy70zMa4XA — Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) March 31, 2015 Are the ears on the sleeves? I think the ears are on the sleeves. This is more than my little brain can handle. On one hand, I think she should print these shirts up and make a million dollars. Show More Summary
It’ll take equal parts courage, heart and brains, but NBC can hit a high note with the right casting for it’s live production of “The Wiz.”
To help scientists make sense of 'brain big data,' researchers have used data mining to create www.neuroelectro.org, a publicly available website that acts like Wikipedia, indexing physiological information about neurons. The site will...Show More Summary
Chronic pain is a common disease state, which affects more than one million people in Switzerland. Unfortunately, in a lot of cases proper treatment strategies are missing. “The constant perception of pain severely influences the quality of life of the patients and represents an extraordinary emotional burden,” Thomas Nevian from the Department of Physiology at […]
We've long known that children from affluent families get a head start that can translate into a long-lasting advantage, especially when it comes to academic achievement. Now, scientists have found what may be part of the explanation:...Show More Summary
Electroconvulsive therapy remains a powerful and fast-acting salve for patients whose depression doesn't yield to lesser treatments, and now researchers believe they know why: A new study finds that shocking the brain induces structural changes in the brain's amygdala and hippocampus,...
This top model has both beauty and brains - Who What Wear Proof that ballet flats don't have to be basic - Lucky Headed to a music festival? Leave your selfie stick at home - Racked Has the queen of pose, Coco Rocha, been replaced? -...Show More Summary
Good brain health is the bottom line. Now we just have to figure out how to preserve that health in those with hearing loss.
Depression. No one wants to talk about it. Yet it’s very common and affects so many people. “Shh. Don’t talk about that, Lauren. People will think you’re crazy.” So there’s this thing called a chemical imbalance in the brain. Maybe you’ve heard about it? Apparently, it’s called science. Let’s face it. No matter what you […]
Groundbreaking research offers new hope for people with chronic pain, multiple sclerosis and more The post How your brain can heal itself appeared first on Macleans.ca.
"Why do I have Aspergers in my brain?" This question was asked by my son at age 4. It was asked just after we were served our drinks at a busy diner my sister and I had stopped at for lunch with the kids. My sister looked up at me with surprise and her eyes began to brim with tears. Show More Summary
A spinoff called Cellectar Biosciences is developing molecules that bind to more than 60 types of cancer. Several are being tested in early-stage clinical trials, including one for brain cancer. These custom-made molecules can carry either a "flag" that shines brightly in standard medical scanners or a bit of radiation to kill the targeted cancer cells.