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The human brain - Page 3 Empty Your musical taste might reveal how your brain works

Message  gerardM le Jeu 23 Juil - 15:08

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CNET


What's in your iPod?



Your musical taste might reveal how your brain works - CNET
Do you like the sweet sounds of Billie Holiday or the hard edge of a Metallica song? A new study from the University of Cambridge says that your choice...
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Message  MurielB le Jeu 23 Juil - 22:49

http://www.cnet.com/news/your-musical-taste-denotes-how-your-brain-operates/
very interesting article :-)

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The human brain - Page 3 Empty How Does Language Change Your Brain?

Message  gerardM le Mar 18 Aoû - 17:29

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HOW DOES LANGUAGE CHANGE YOUR BRAIN?: Many studies have been conducted and have shown that learning a new language is beneficial to so many things but especially your brain! How?

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The human brain - Page 3 Empty Mediterranean Eating Habits Prove Good for the Brain

Message  gerardM le Ven 28 Aoû - 19:26

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Brain food. It's a thing.



Mediterranean Eating Habits Prove Good for the Brain
A Mediterranean-style diet may slow memory loss, even if adopted late in life
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what is good for the brain ? Mediterranean food

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The human brain - Page 3 Empty Can The Human Brain Be Reprogrammed?

Message  gerardM le Mer 16 Sep - 16:45

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CAN THE HUMAN BRAIN BE REPROGRAMMED?: What if you could flip a switch to change someone's behavior? The key may lie in reprogramming neurons



Can The Human Brain Be Reprogrammed?
What if you could flip a switch to change someone's behavior? The key may lie in reprogramming neurons.
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The human brain - Page 3 Empty The Tantalizing Links Between Gut Microbes and the Brain

Message  gerardM le Lun 26 Oct - 22:50

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Neuroscientists are probing the idea that intestinal microbiota might influence brain development and behavioThe human brain - Page 3 Safe_image.php?d=AQCJRSpJNTaRjrBp&w=470&h=246&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook

The Tantalizing Links Between Gut Microbes and the Brain
Can microbes that colonize the gut in infancy alter brain development?
SCIENTIFICAMERICAN.COM|PAR PETER ANDREY SMITH,NATURE MAGAZINE

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The human brain - Page 3 Empty Breakthrough Prize for Illuminating the Brain's Secret Code

Message  gerardM le Lun 9 Nov - 14:07

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A revolutionary technique that switches brain circuits on and off has taken neuroscience by storm and is now undergoing a new round of innovation.

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Breakthrough Prize for Illuminating the Brain's Secret Code
Optogenetics is probably the biggest buzzword in neuroscience today.
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The human brain - Page 3 Empty How Terrorism Can Harm Your Brain

Message  gerardM le Mer 25 Nov - 23:30

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HOW TERRORISM CAN HARM YOUR BRAIN: Recent research shows fear of future terrorist attacks can alter brain chemistry in a way that increases your risk of dying eventually from a heart attack or other ailments that might seem unrelated to the violence



How Terrorism Can Harm Your Brain : DNews
Fear and anxiety about terror attacks can alter brain chemistry, sometimes in ways that can increase your risk of death.
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Message  gerardM le Mar 8 Déc - 22:28

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Boosting signaling of a certain receptor in the brain with a small molecule can improve learning.

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Learning and Brain Activity Boosted by Dose of Small Compound
In people, a molecule called d-cycloserine improved test performance and stregthened brain cell connections
SCIENTIFICAMERICAN.COM|PAR MICHAEL M. TORRICE,CHEMICAL & ENGINEERING NEWS

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The human brain - Page 3 Empty The Best Diet for Your Brain

Message  gerardM le Mar 16 Fév - 0:12

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Research indicates that traditional diets from the Mediterranean, Scandinavia and Japan help to preserve our psychological and cognitive well-being.
[This article is for 
[/url]Scientific American MIND subscribers. A preview is available. Buy the digital issue or subscribe to read more.]

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The Best Diet for Your Brain
The field of nutritional psychiatry is taking off as scientists home in on the ingredients for good mental health and cognitive staying power
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Message  gerardM le Mar 16 Fév - 0:22

Hi everyone,

There was no link attached to the pic in previest post as it led to commercial (a book to buy).

Here's an interesting article -> Eat Smart for a Healthier Brain

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I didn't know the word "odds"!
I didn't know about -odd as a suffix!

- blueberries -antioxidant- (1 cup a day in any forms)
- wild salmon -omega-3- (sardines, herring) ('-ounce serving 2-3 times a week))
- nuts ans seeds -vitamin E- (an ounce a day of walnuts, hazelnuts, Brazil nuts, filberts, almonds, cashews, peanuts, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, flax seed, and unhydrogenated nut butters such as peanut butter, almond butter, and tahini)
- avocados -monounsaturated fat- (just 1/4 to 1/2 of an avocado to one daily meal)
- whole grains - cardiovascular health- (1/2 cup of whole-grain cereal, 1 slice of bread two-thee times day, or 2 tablespoons of wheat germ a day)
- beans -stabilizes glucose- (1/2 cup every day)
- pomegranate juice -antioxidant- (2 ounces a day, diluted with spring water or seltzer)
- freshly brewed tea -antioxidant- (2-3 cups a day)
- dark chocolate -antioxidant- (one-half ounce to 1 ounce a day)

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Message  gerardM le Mar 1 Mar - 17:12

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The brain is more malleable than you might imagine. It is built to adapt quickly and find new uses for any info and keep humans surviving. What would happen if we could upgrade our brains processing?

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You Could Hack Your Brain To Have Unlimited Senses
If we're defining our senses as a consistent input that enables your brain to process the world around us with, then there's really no limit to the number…
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Message  MurielB le Mer 2 Mar - 16:39

Gérard sometimes people want to upgrade their brains with Dangerous substances. affraid
http://drugabuse.com/library/the-effects-of-cocaine-use/

Cocaine is a powerful and highly addictive substance. Cocaine hydrochloride remains a schedule II controlled substance, as it has some legal therapeutic application as a pain reliever and vasoconstrictor, useful in association with some medical procedures. In most other cases, cocaine is an illegal substance--one that is widely abused for its pleasurable stimulant effects.
Cocaine can be found in a number of forms, including white powder, paste, or solidified and rock-like (the latter commonly referred to as "crack cocaine"). Whatever the form, cocaine acts as a strong stimulant substance that can:

  • Provide a rapid-onset, rewarding high.
  • Speeds up various physiologic processes via its central nervous system effects.
  • Influence both short- and long-term mental health.



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Message  gerardM le Mer 2 Mar - 16:44

Muriel,
The article is on another level but it's as scary.

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Message  gerardM le Lun 12 Sep - 21:49

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Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) are emerging as promising tools for modeling and treating human neural diseases.
Sponsored by AXA Research Fund



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Using Novel Neurons, Scientists Seek to Repair the Brain


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Message  MurielB le Lun 12 Sep - 23:05

Pluripotent stem cells are the medicine of the future, aren't they ?

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Message  Remy le Mar 13 Sep - 14:37

Do they plan to create a brain, for those who don't have ?

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Message  MurielB le Mar 13 Sep - 22:04

Remy pluripotent cells  can self renew indefinitely and they can become any type of cell of an organism. what about a new brain for those who don't have one ? Question Question Question

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The human brain - Page 3 Empty Where Does the Brain Store Long-Ago Memories?

Message  gerardM le Sam 15 Avr - 16:37

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A new study provides insight into what happens in the brain when a long-term memory is formed.

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Where Does the Brain Store Long-Ago Memories?
An internal filing system sorts events for short- or long-term use 
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Message  gerardM le Dim 30 Avr - 15:13

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Facebook is working on a device they say would let people type out words via a brain–computer interface.

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Facebook Launches "Moon Shot" Effort to Decode Speech Direct from the Brain
Can the social media giant’s bold claims live up to the hype?
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Message  MurielB le Lun 1 Mai - 23:00

Incredible !

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Message  gerardM le Lun 1 Mai - 23:04

Credible... impressive!

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Message  MurielB le Lun 1 Mai - 23:06

This is what changes the world !

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Message  gerardM le Lun 1 Mai - 23:09

Nowadays improvements are impressive, we've to catch up and stay connected.

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Message  gerardM le Jeu 11 Mai - 20:00

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"Our data shows changes in the brain after just eight weeks."

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Harvard Neuroscientist: Meditation Reduces Stress and Literally Changes Your Brain

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