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How our brains work on caffeine: And alternatives to coffee to try

Caffeine. It’s one of the most addictive drugs in the world. It runs through our bodies on a regular basis, either through coffee or tea, and it has become an embedded morning habit for many of us! An average person in the United States...Show More Summary

Veteran Modifies His Already Hardcore Wheelchair so it Can Plow Snow

"I don't care if it's cold outside, Eric, a veteran with one leg and brain cancer can shovel the snow, so you can too. Make sure to salt the walkway!" The post Veteran Modifies His Already Hardcore Wheelchair so it Can Plow Snow appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Ken Stabler Headlines N.F.L.’s Hall of Fame Class for 2016

9 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

Stabler, the quarterback who led the Oakland Raiders to their first Super Bowl victory, died in July at 69, having suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a degenerative brain disease.

Newsflash: Young Women Vote With Their Brains

13 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

A reminder to anyone who seems to have forgotten: Young women are fully-fledged human beings who are more than capable of choosing who to vote for in a thoughtful manner. Gloria Steinem made a misguided comment on Bill Maher's "Real Time With Bill Maher" on Friday night when discussing why many millennial women seem to be #FeelingTheBern. Show More Summary

Aggression causes new nerve cells to be generated in the brain

Neurobiologists have demonstrated experimentally that aggression has an influence on the production of new nerve cells in the brain. The scientists conducted a series of experiments on male mice.

Joe Montana Says Football Ruined His Body

16 hours agoSports : Deadspin

At this point, everyone has heard all those terrifying stories about retired football players’ brains falling apart on them. But years and years of hits add up, and the impacts can stay with you forever. Joe Montana talked to USA Today about what football did to him and it sounds awfully bleak: Read more...

How This Camera Could Make Instant Replay Truly Instant In Super Bowl 50

16 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

What if instant replay was truly instant at Super Bowl 50? This technology company has a camera and sensor inspired by how the human eye and brain work in tandem to process images that could give new meaning to the term instant replay for the NFL.

First-of-its-kind study explains why rest is critical after a concussion

Neuroscientists say rest -- for more than a day -- is critical for allowing the brain to reset neural networks and repair any short-term injury. This new study in mice also shows that repeated mild concussions with only a day to recover between injuries leads to mounting damage and brain inflammation that remains evident a year after injury.

Researchers home in on why female newborns are better protected from brain injury

In a new study, researchers show that a particular protein found in the brains of both male and female mice is present at higher levels in females, which offers them stronger protection against one type of brain injury.

O.J. Simpson Likely Suffering From CTE According To The ‘Concussion’ Doctor

O.J. Simpson may be suffering from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) according to Cuba Gooding, Jr. and forensics pathologist Dr. Bennett Omalu. CTE is a brain disease caused by multiple blows to the head. Simpson was a legendary player in football, a sport that accounts for a large portion of CTE cases. Show More Summary

I’m The Guy with the Female Brain: Expanding Our View of Manhood

Are you afraid of the things that make you different? The post I’m The Guy with the Female Brain: Expanding Our View of Manhood appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The Online Anxiety Therapy That Changes People’s Brains In 9 Weeks

20 hours agoAcademics / Psychology : PsyBlog

The amygdala is an area of the brain vital to the processing of the emotions.

This simple illusion shows that you can literally hear with your eyes

Listening to someone speak is a simple process. The sound waves leave their mouth, enter your ear and travel to your brain, where your neurons get busy making sense of those random sounds. It all seems pretty straightforward, right? Well, not quite. As the video below shows, sometimes this very simple process can go weirdly wrong. The video below […]

Bouquet Breakdown: Nautical Westport, Massachusetts Wedding

Every time I stare at this bouquet I find that I have no words, only heart eyes. That’s right, it’s the type of pretty that is emoji inducing. A lush layer of pastel blooms, Petal Floral Design is the brains behind this pastel beauty – and trust me what I say that you’ll want to know all […]

Physics Week in Review: February 6, 2016

The hidden physics behind the brain's folds and furrows, ground-penetrating radar for asparagus detection, and a conversation on the future of quantum computing at Caltech/IQIM's quantum summit were among this week's physics highlights. Me at Gizmodo: Why Assuming You’re Mediocre...

Does O.J. Simpson Have Brain Damage? Cuba Gooding Jr. Thinks So

Actor Cuba Gooding Jr., who stars as O.J. Simpson in the new series, American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, thinks that Simpson may suffer from brain damage that occurred during his career as a football player. People reports that Cuba Gooding Jr. Show More Summary

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