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Emotional response to an injury differs in every individual because the emotional state of their brain are not the same.
While earlier research has revealed how too much sugar harms the body through its role in diabetes, obesity and fatty liver, this study is the first to uncover how the sweetener influences the brain.
The brains of boys with regressive autism grew six percent larger than typically developing counterparts and toddlers who showed signs of autism early in life, a form called early onset autism.
For almost a century scientists have used puzzles to study what they call insight thinking, the leaps of understanding that seem to come out from nowhere without additional work of analysis.
Migraine affects around one in six women and one in twelve men, and has been estimated to be the most expensive brain disorder to society in the European Union and the United States.
In recent years cellphone has evolved to become a portable pocket size personal computer which the digital gadget can readily be tapped to high speed internet connection. The technology makes us potentially productive and engages oneself into online undertaking.
A memory clinic expert has claimed that “not all memory loss leads to Alzheimer’s but generally, people who tends to think and worry about getting Alzheimer’s do not have the illness”.
The most intriguing and mysterious part of the human anatomy is our brain. It weighs about three pounds and yet it is more sophisticated than the most complicated computer that we have known around.