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One day, we may be able to make ourselves superintelligent with futuristic biotechnology. We're not there yet, but for the impatient among us there are still some things we can do to give us that little extra bit of brain power...Here are ten
Sep 17 2012 One of the themes of this blog (and my other medical blog, science-based medicine) is that there is a structure and natural history to scientific (and specifically medical) research and in order to understand the answer to any specific
The study included close to 3,000 elderly people in France with memory problems...Over five years of follow-up, about the same number of people in the two groups got Alzheimer's disease...An earlier study followed people in the U.S. for an average of
Gardening All about Ginkgo trees Gardening All about Ginkgo trees The Ginkgo biloba tree, commonly called Maidenhair tree, has grown on the earth since the days of dinosaurs. Along with sago palms, horsetails, other conifers and ferns, the Ginkgo
On the social web, memories take the form of check-ins, photos, videos and comments. But, because it's the social world, your memories get fragmented across different profiles. LiveAll wants to save you the ginkgo biloba and bring them all together...
FoxNews.com According to the National Institute of Health, Americans spend more than $33 billion dollars on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) annually, accounting for more than 10 percent of out-of-pocket purchases. CAM is comprised of a
Many people are deeply concerned about the condition of their hair, and will do almost anything to prevent further hair loss or to re-grow hair. There are a variety of pharmaceutical products that claim to promote hair growth and prevent thinning
Supplement may benefit those who live active, busy, or stressful lifestyles and believe they've experienced a natural decline in mental strength, specifically with memory, focus, or concentration, says Keith Randolph, Ph.D., Technology Strategist for
I am sure that we have all seen someone who has patchy, light areas of skin...Vitiligo is relatively rare and occurs in less than 1 percent of the population. However, for those who have vitiligo, it can be frustrating, embarrassing and expensive.
Independent analyses of raw powdered Ginkgo biloba and ginkgo extract have discredited a recent study suggesting that ginkgo supplements contain the toxic alkaloid colchicine. The flawed study, "Identification of Colchicine in Placental Blood from