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Bollywood’s Constipation Comedy

3 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

A Bollywood film about bowel movements might sound silly, but it gets at some important science: how your gut affects your brain.

Common antidepressant may change brain differently in depressed and non-depressed people

A commonly prescribed antidepressant may alter brain structures in depressed and non-depressed individuals in very different ways.

Girls and boys with autism differ in behavior, brain structure

Girls with autism display less repetitive and restricted behavior than boys do, according to a study by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine. The study also found that brain differences between boys and girls with autism help explain this discrepancy. The study, which will be published online Sept. Show More Summary

Trailer of 'iZombie' Season 2 has Liv joking about eating Ravi's brains

After a successful Season 1, it's time to take a look at the trailer of "iZombie" Season 2 that promises more twisted things, like Liv wanting to eat Ravi's brains.

Spike activity 04-09-2015

Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news: Go get your gramophonic digital podcast player and listen to this amazing BBC Radio 4 programme on how the social discussion of dreams has changed through history. The Atlantic on what Google’s trippy neural network-generated images tell us about the human mind. Ignore the […]

I'm An Obsessive Hypochondriac And My Worst Case Scenario Came True When My Dad Died Of An Undiagnosed Brain Tumor

10 hours agoLifestyle : xoJane

I sat at the kitchen computer in my school uniform, trying—and-failing—to ignore the telltale sound of my dad’s slow shuffling as he ambled towards the fruit basket and picked up a small orange. I hated myself for this then (and I despise myself even more now) but being surrounded by his... Continue reading

In the Future You Could Zap Your Brain with Your Phone to Stop Motion Sickness

Image: Imperial College London Zapping your brain with electricity—known as transcranial direct-current stimulation, or tDCS—has been touted as a way to improve cognitive function and perhaps even treat mental health conditions. A study...Show More Summary

Why Blame the Brain when the Problem is in the Neck?

When a patient complains about depression, a doctor typically focuses on a brain chemistry defect. But other organs can actually be the source of the problem.

My Kid in the Closet: 5 Things I've Learned About My Autistic Child

My little buddy is 4 years old. We knew from very early on that he was made a bit differently. A few months ago he was diagnosed with autism. He also has brain damage as a result of a birth injury. I am by no means an expert on brain injuries or autism. Show More Summary

Parents Spend Precious Time With Baby With Inoperable Brain Cancer After Rejecting Abortion

In Florida, Erika and Stephen Jones found out that their unborn baby had Down syndrome at an ultrasound appointment earlier this year. However, at their 30-week ultrasound in June, they were told that their baby had an inoperable, aggressive brain tumor. The couple refused abortion, waited for Erika to go into labor and on August […]

9 Foods That Shut Off Hunger Hormones — Fast

Your belly’s babysitter: Leptin, an appetite suppressor that signals to your brain when you’re full and tells it to stop eating. The same factors that lead to insulin resistance — high-sugar, high-calorie foods lacking in protein and fiber — can also cause our brain’s appetite-suppression mechanisms to go awry.

Your Brain Makes You Want to Order Drink After Drink

A new study from Texas A&M University reveals that your brain really, really wants you to order a third piña colada.

Girls, boys with autism differ in behavior, brain structure

A study of about 800 children with autism found gender differences in a core feature of the disorder, as well as in the youngsters' brain structures. Girls with autism display less repetitive and restricted behavior than boys do, according to the study.

Anglotees Alert: New Designs LIVE – The Longest Reign, Anglophile Mind and English Fun

This week we have three fantastic new designs. First up is a tribute to The Queen who will become the longest reigning monarch in British History on September 9th. Next up is a map of the Anglophile Brain. The final new design this week is another submission from Jane Secker – English fun. Show More Summary

Common Antidepressant May Change Brain Structures Differently in Depressed and Non-depressed Individuals

A commonly prescribed antidepressant may alter brain structures in depressed and non-depressed individuals in very different ways, according to new research at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.

Josh Duggar May Have a Secret Love Child With Ashley Madison Mistress

Post by Caroline Olney. When the Ashley Madison hackers leaked the information they found, we learned a lot about the strange, twisted brain of Josh Duggar, and we keep learning more every day. Though the hackers couldn't tell us if Josh for sure had sex with women on the cheating site, the women themselves can... Show More Summary

Getting closer to understanding how exercise keeps brains young

A new study published in PLOS One, looked at oxygen related changes and nerve processing in the brain, features that have shown to correlate with better memory and brain function as people age. It found that people with higher fitness levels were the same ones that were more physically active during the week. Show More Summary

The Scientific Explanation for Why It’s So Hard to Have Just One Drink

A new study from Texas A&M University reveals that your brain really, really wants you to order a third piña colada.

Dietary Fat and the Human Brain: Redefining Food for Thought

The Labor Day weekend brings into sharp juxtaposition two irrepressible, seasonal forces: one is the culturally sanctioned indulgence in an end-of-summer barbecue blitzkrieg; and the other is the return of our kids to the daily disciplines of a school day. Show More Summary

Massachusetts abortionist experiments on fresh brains of down syndrome babies

All 22 aborted babies’ brains were used for experimentation within 2-4 hours after their deaths. This means that the brains were rushed to researchers who were standing by and had likely been notified that the brains were going to be available...

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