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Brain areas involved in seeking information about bad possibilities

The term “doomscrolling” describes the act of endlessly scrolling through bad news on social media and reading every worrisome tidbit that pops up, a habit that unfortunately seems to have become common during the COVID-19 pandemic. The biology of our brains may play a role in that. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in… Read More »

Computer simulations of the brain can predict language recovery in stroke survivors

At Boston University, a team of researchers is working to better understand how language and speech is processed in the brain, and how to best rehabilitate people who have lost their ability to communicate due to brain damage caused by a stroke, trauma, or another type of brain injury. This type of language loss is… Read More »

Gluten Doesn’t Trigger ‘Brain Fog’ for Women Without Celiac Disease: Study

FRIDAY, May 21, 2021 — Going gluten-free is a trend that touts benefits for the mind and body, but a new study finds no evidence that gluten is bad for your brain. Among nearly 13,500 middle-aged women, researchers found no connection between eating wheat, barley or rye (the sources of gluten) and mental ability. According… Read More »

Super Brain Yoga – Boost Your Mental Health

A special type of yoga that stimulates the acupressure points in your earlobes & sends electrical signals to the brain, thus stimulating it and boosting cognitive clarity. The result is a sharper and calmer mind, reduced ADHD, better performance in school and anything else that involves learning, retention, and recall. Steps to Perform Super Brain… Read More »