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Shrewsbury :: MA :: USA | 5 days ago

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Richard (Dick) Berndt, 77, died peacefully surrounded by family on April 8th after a long battle with Lewy Body Dementia. Dick was the devoted husband of Betsy Berndt, father of Richard, Aaron, and Kimberley, and grandfather of 7...He later became

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 12 days ago

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01 am Getty Images It's possible that some of us are born not to run. According to an eye-opening new genetics study of lab rats, published in The Journal of Physiology , the motivation to exercise or not may be at least partly inherited.

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Phenix City :: AL :: USA | 17 days ago

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Lori Kiker spent Thursday preparing for the 2014 Walk MS to be held Saturday in Columbus. "I've got 50 lime green shirts to sort out," Kiker said. Representing the Chattahoochee Valley Multiple Sclerosis Support Group, her team members will be

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 3 months ago

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We've identified an area of the brain that appears to be uniquely human and is likely to have something to do with these cognitive powers," senior researcher Professor Matthew Rushworth of Oxford University's Department of Experimental Psychology

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London :: CA :: USA | 4 months ago

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Share Live Science reported on a study this fall that revealed psychopaths' brains may be hard-wired to make them devoid of empathy. The study looked at 121 inmates at a medium-security prison in the United States. It divided them into groups of

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Washington :: DC :: USA | 4 months ago

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The left and right hemispheres of the cortex were much more connected with each other in females than in males. But in males, each cerebellum had more links to the cortex on the opposite side of the brain than females. This favors connections that

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 5 months ago

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A University of British Columbia study published in Nature Neuroscience says the lateral habenula, a region of the brain linked to depression and avoidance behaviours, has been largely misunderstood and may be integral in cost-benefit decisions,

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Irvine :: CA :: USA | 5 months ago

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What business bible teaches managers to be heavy-handed, hotheaded, testosterone-fueled taskmasters? Maybe that was conventional wisdom back in the 1950s, but in these enlightened times, we should know better, right?...Try as we might to be more

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Charlottesville :: VA :: USA | 6 months ago

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Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Description Our ability to detect heat, touch, tickling and other sensations depends on our sensory nerves. Now, for the first time, researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 7 months ago

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Share Last week, Live Science reported on a new study that revealed psychopaths' brains may be hard-wired to make them devoid of empathy. The study looked at 121 inmates at a medium-security prison in the United States. It divided them into groups of

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