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InfantSEE: Vision For Your Baby's Future

Your baby's eyes developed in utero as an extension of the brain. At birth, your baby could see light and dark, but not colors or details. Outside stimuli began to interact with your newborn's eyes and vision began to form. View image | Vision and the way the brain uses visual information, are skills that a baby learns over time. Show More Summary

Adam Lind Shares Another Nude Pic -- Our Eyes! (PHOTO)

Post by Jenny Erikson. Dude. Why go there? Adam Lind shared another very NSFW nudie pic on Instagram, and once again, we wish we had brain bleach to delete the image from our minds. We know the Teen Mom 2 star is super proud of his newly...Show More Summary

Researchers find that the blind cave fish evolved a smaller brain in order to survive

In the dark waters of a limestone cave in northeastern Mexico, a blind fish makes its home. Washed into the cave at some time in the distant past, the fish had no choice but to survive by eating bat droppings and not much else. With no light, their was

Chris Paul and Blake Griffin to pick Michael Jordan's brain in China

During the Clippers' preseason trip to China, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin will have a unique opportunity to learn from Michael Jordan.Both Paul and Griffin will be making appearances alongside Jordan for Nike's Jordan Brand, and they said they intend to soak up as much as they can from the five-time...

The Brain Surgery Live Trailer Will Get You Hyped For Nat Geo's Special

It?s been a couple of days since the National Geographic Channel announced it would be airing a brain surgery live, but the channel is wasting no time putting together footage for the special. We?ve got the exclusive look, here. Click To Continue Reading

15 Years Till Nanobots Invade Our Brains, Kurzweil Says

Forget hoverboards, flying cars, and space colonization, the future will be about intelligence augmented by nanobots. And that future's coming fast. Within 15 years, tiny robots in our brain will make us smarter, sexier, and permanently connected to the Internet. Sure, the prediction may be little more than enthusiastic......

The Missing Links: What Does Staying Put Do to Your Brain?

2 hours agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Ever wonder about the people that still live in your home town? Science will explain.  Intriguing Headline of the Day: Ten Lucky Non-Japanese People Who Became Ninjas A lot of people (including Stephen Colbert recently) take the Myers-Briggs to learn more about their own personality. Show More Summary

Fossil Friday: Giraffe Necks, Dinosaur Brains, And A Fossil Fetus

Welcome to Fossil Friday, a round-up of the coolest fossil finds of the week. The week's finds include discoveries about giraffe necks, dinosaur brains, a fossil horse fetus, and a 125-million-year-old bird wing.

See This Dying Man Read the Letter He Wrote to His Stepdaughter With Cancer Before He Passed

Tom Attwater knew that it was only going to be a matter of time before a brain tumor took his life, but he refused to die before he knew that things were taken care of for his 6-year-old stepdaughter, Kelli. Kelli was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, an aggressive form of childhood cancer, when she was 3 months old. Show More Summary

CBS Analyst Pushes Paul Ryan For Speaker Without Disclosing Ryan Paid Him Over $100K

CBS News analyst Frank Luntz pushed Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) for House Speaker, claiming "he's got a brain for policy, which is what we need in Washington right now," adding, "if Paul Ryan says no, God help us." CBS News and Luntz did not disclose that Ryan has paid Luntz's company over $100,000 in consulting fees in recent years. Show More Summary

Rupert Murdoch's 'real black' for the White House

No one should be surprised that Rupert Murdoch likes Ben Carson. Both seem to think that their ingenuity in one area of life makes them experts on just about everything. Renowned brain surgeon Carson is running for the Republican presidential nomination because he thinks he knows enough to be a...

TYRX Neuro Absorbable Antibacterial Envelopes Cleared for Use with Implantable Neurostimulators in U.S.

Medtronic received FDA clearance for its TYRX Neuro Absorbable Antibacterial Envelopes to be used with implantable neurostimulators. The first implants of Medtronic’s deep brain stimulators within the TYRX Absorbable Antibacterial Envelopes were conducted at the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix. Show More Summary

Kardashian Shot-Callers: Drawing Up $20 MILLION Contract to Silence Scott Disick!

The Kardashian brain trust (term used loosely) is in the process of drawing up a $20 million deal to buy Scott Disick’s silence, a new report claims. Insiders say the Kardashians are increasingly concerned that The Lord might spill the...Show More Summary

Does a Western Diet Shrink the Brain?

A healthy diet makes for a healthy brain, while a poor diet might actually be killing off neurons, leading to brain shrinkage and a greater risk of depression and dementia.

Can Friday Night Lights Survive the NFL?

For high schoolers, football can be a proud badge of being human. So how do we keep that and yet acknowledge the toll of brain injuries in the NFL? Jessicah Lahitou explores the issues. The post Can Friday Night Lights Survive the NFL? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Dashboard Anticipates What Drivers Will Do Next, Improving Road Safety

A shift of the shoulders or a slight acceleration is enough indication for Robo Brain and Brain4Cars' system to sound an alert or take over the wheel

‘The Martian’ Deleted Scene Features Additional Science, More Matt Damon Wisecracking

If you haven’t seen The Martian yet, what are you waiting for? Ridley Scott‘s thrilling, hilarious tribute to science, hope, and human cooperation is the best kind of crowd-pleaser. It never sacrifices brains for heart and, somehow, manages to have plenty of both. Show More Summary

The Internet May Be Changing Your Brain In Ways You've Never Imagined

6 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Five years ago, journalist Nicholas Carr wrote in his book The Shallows: How The Internet Is Changing Our Brains about the way technology seemed to be eroding his ability to concentrate.  "Once I was a scuba diver in the sea of words," he wrote. Show More Summary

The Link Between Diet and a Big Brain

Carbohydrates have been getting a bad reputation for too long. Weight-watchers and health enthusiasts shun carbs like the plague and countless diets harp on banishing carbohydrates altogether from our meals. But now all this is about to change. Scientists say that throughout the history of human evolution, carbohydrates have played a crucial role in making […]

Study Shows Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy May Help in Brain Injury

According to a new study, people suffering from brain injury after stroke may benefit from HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy). This therapy is given to scuba divers when suffering from “the bends”. This therapy is a new method for the treatment of brain damage that may help patients who suffer from brain injury after stroke or […]

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