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London :: United Kingdom | 17 hours ago

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A hyperactive habenula, half the size of a pea in the brain that tracks predictions about negative events, could be the key, a study suggests. A hyperactive habenula could cause people to make disproportionately negative predictions, the study

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 day ago

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View comments Scientists have identified the habenula as the part of the brain that warns something bad is going to happen If you're someone who always expects the worst to happen, then a tiny region in your brain may be to blame. British scientists

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London :: United Kingdom | 8 days ago

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The idea is that liquid metal in the tubes will bridge the gap between the ends of the nerves, so that electrical impulses can pass between them. This will in turn ensure that the muscles receive the electrical impulses they need in order to move. If

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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 14 days ago

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I'm not really into taking pictures of myself, but I love seeing your selfies. I don't care whether you're posing with some weird food item or standing next to that guy who kind of annoys me. That's because your Snapchat pic of a barf face is

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 18 days ago

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Scientists have spotted overlapping memory traces in a specific corner of the hippocampus called 'CA3', which is a known memory area, and have noted that if the subject's CA3 was bigger, they were less confused and there was less overlap in the

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Thiruvananthapuram :: India | 1 month ago

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The study found that at the beginning of a journey, one region of the brain calculates the straight-line to the destination ('the distance as a crow flies'), but during travel a different area of the brain computes the precise distance along the path

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Boise :: ID :: USA | 1 month ago

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Just before driving from McCall to Boise one day, I was reading Science magazine. It’s one of my favorites, because the first half is written in such a way that science groupies like me can understand what’s new in science. The magazine offers a low-

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Nashville :: ME :: USA | 2 months ago

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Wednesday, May 21, 2014 From the world of medicine, and specifically the academic journal Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience , comes news that a successful neurological treatment for severe obsessive-compulsive disorder can trigger as curious side

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El Granada :: CA :: USA | 3 months ago

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There has been considerable work done by investigators around the world on overcoming severe nerve damage by bypassing the signals around the injury, as well as using stem cells to regrow the patient's own nerves. Scientists at Tsinghua Univeristy in

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Shrewsbury :: MA :: USA | 3 months 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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