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The path from genomic insight to clinical applications, licensed drugs and treatment decisions through case-examples http://bit.ly/1efU8KX
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Amazing advert from Imperial Tobacco claiming scientists are making up the evidence that says tobacco is harmful! pic.twitter.com/bMFx2tkXjG
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Decision support: PHASES score: I just created a new decision support item for NeuroMind, the first using the ... http://bit.ly/1kY08sU
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In Online Patient Communities, How Much Sharing Is Too Much?

In Online Patient Communities, How Much Sharing Is Too Much? | brainy | Scoop.it
Done right, social networks can empower patients and democratize health information. But some say they need more protection.

Via Marie Ennis-O'Connor, Celine Sportisse
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JCI - Thinking laterally about neurodegenerative proteinopathies

Many neurodegenerative disorders, including Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, and frontotemporal dementia, are proteinopathies that are associated with the aggregation and accumulation of .....

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One of the rarest weather phenomena, Mammatus Clouds. Photo taken by John C. Olsen in Hastings, NE pic.twitter.com/vdHGefOt4P
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RT @subatomicdoc: Seven new genes for head, neck cancers discovered | Business Standard: http://bit.ly/1gd5BJr #hncsm
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What's Different About the Brains of People Who Are Always Getting Lost? - Wired

What's Different About the Brains of People Who Are Always Getting Lost? - Wired | brainy | Scoop.it
What's Different About the Brains of People Who Are Always Getting Lost?
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How a Writing Mind Map Can Make You a Better Writer

How a Writing Mind Map Can Make You a Better Writer | brainy | Scoop.it
Have you heard of a writing mind map? Neither had I until I started using one to become a better writer. Find out how I use a mindmap to get ideas and write faster.

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[Report] A Report on the Use of Social Media to Prevent Behavioral Risk Factors Associated with Chronic Disease | eHealth Initiative

eHealth Initiative (eHI) is a non-profit, membership organization that researches, educates and advocates for innovative health IT solutions that can improve care for patients and providers within the American healthcare system.


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Teenage Brains Are Malleable And Vulnerable, Researchers Say : NPR

Teenage Brains Are Malleable And Vulnerable, Researchers Say : NPR | brainy | Scoop.it
New research presented at the Society for Neuroscience meeting suggests that teens are not necessarily wired to be impulsive. Researchers are also learning more about why it's important to treat problems like depression in teens early.

According to this post "The teen brain isn't broken," says Jay Giedd, a child psychiatry researcher at the National Institute of Mental Health. He says the rapid changes occurring in the brains of teenagers make these years "a time of enormous opportunity."

A new perspective on the adolescent brain...click through to read the complete post.


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