We analyze the advice of neuroscience on how to turn back the clock: maintain clarity of thinking, good mood, and tenacious memory. American neuroscience Wendy Suzuki, the head of the laboratory at New York University, became truly famous when she wrote a book on how to turn back the clock: […]
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Vertigo is a common problem that has affected the majority of the population. Vertigo is not a disease itself, rather its a symptom of various ailments. A recent survey reports that it is commonly found in people between the Age group of 30 to 60 years. A Vertigo imbalance makes […]
There are almost 250,000 Australians living with epilepsy today. The condition, which is a central nervous system disorder that affects the brain, is more common than Parkinson’s disease, MS and cerebral palsy. Yet, it’s often referred to as the ‘forgotten disease’ because the facts about epilepsy still remain widely misunderstood. […]
Our bodies produce a very potent antioxidant called glutathione. Glutathione is a complex of three different amino acids that come together in a unique way to support normal cellular detoxification and protect our cells from stressful chemical reactions. Problems can occur when our glutathione production cannot keep up with the […]
The science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) industries are all vastly different fields that include thousands of careers. Although these careers are all unique they do sometimes cross with one another. For example, scientists might do the research and the technology industry could help them create machines. The engineering field […]
3D PDF brain imaging has various honest and lawful applications, notwithstanding paramount clinical applications. 3D PDF brain imaging techniques are fundamentally used to study mind and conduct connections, which help clinical and exploration teaches, for example, radiology, psychiatry, neurology, and clinical neuropsychology. Then again, there are various routes in which […]
Alzheimer's is one of the many forms of dementia. It is the most common amongst the many forms of dementias known. Alzheimer's is a progressive disease (which means it invariably worsens) and tends to occur in middle age or old age. The condition essentially affects the brain by destroying the […]