New research from Japan's Osaka University found that blinking may serve as a form of momentary rest for the brain, giving the mind a chance to wander and "go offline." These brief breaks may last just a split second, or even a few seconds.
When our brains aren't concentrated on a task, brain regions known as the "default mode network" come alive, allowing our mind to switch into an idle mode--a phenomenon researchers discovered decades ago. But how does blinking affect this idle state?
The reverse-mortgage landscape has changed a lot in the past couple of years, and... (RT @Sacbiz: It’s full-speed ahead for reverse-mortgage industry. But do aging baby boomer borrowers know the consequences?
andre szykier's insight:
A new scam for 2013 - Seniors beware if you have a lot of equity in your home. Private lenders want you to believe that you get steady cash at no risk until you wander off into the sunset. Not so, even if those ageing actors in the TV commercials say otherwise.
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