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One cup of joe and your brain is ready to go

One cup of joe and your brain is ready to go | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
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'Memories' pass between generations

'Memories' pass between generations | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
Behaviour can be affected by events in previous generations which have been passed on through a form of genetic memory, animal studies suggest.
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Forget Crossword Puzzles - Learn a New Skill to Keep Your Brain Young - D-brief | DiscoverMagazine.com

Forget Crossword Puzzles - Learn a New Skill to Keep Your Brain Young - D-brief | DiscoverMagazine.com | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
A recent study says the combination of learning new skills and being creative can keep an aging brain in tip-top shape.
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RDFRS: Elation: The Amazing Effect of Witnessing Acts of Kindness

RDFRS: Elation: The Amazing Effect of Witnessing Acts of Kindness | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
Our mission is to support scientific education and critical thinking to overcome religious fundamentalism, superstition, intolerance and suffering
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How much can an extra hour's sleep change you?

How much can an extra hour's sleep change you? | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
The average Briton gets six-and-a-half hours sleep a night. Michael Mosley took part in an unusual experiment to see if this is enough.
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Learning a new language alters brain development

Learning a new language alters brain development | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
The age at which children learn a second language can have a significant bearing on the structure of their adult brain, according to a new study.
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Brain Stimulation Can Control Compliance with Social Norms | MIND Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network

Brain Stimulation Can Control Compliance with Social Norms | MIND Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
Human beings are utterly dependent on a complex social structure for their survival.  Since all behavior is controlled by the brain, human beings may have evolved ...
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How Daydreaming Can Actually Make You Smarter

How Daydreaming Can Actually Make You Smarter | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
Daydreaming gets a pretty bad rap. It's often equated with laziness, and we tend to write off people with wandering minds as being absent-minded "space cadets" who can't get their heads out of the clouds.
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Can Cheating Make You Feel Good? : DNews

Can Cheating Make You Feel Good? : DNews | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
When people get away with cheating and believe no one gets hurt, they don't feel bad. Continue reading →
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Ask Ray | Oral nutritional supplementation decreases hospitalization length by 21% says report | KurzweilAI

Ask Ray | Oral nutritional supplementation decreases hospitalization length by 21% says report | KurzweilAI | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
This is a valuable study about supplements and health that I wanted to share with our readers. --- Ray Kurzweil American Journal of Managed Care | Impact of
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Left-brain, right-brain theory a myth, study says - CBS News

Left-brain, right-brain theory a myth, study says - CBS News | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
Left-brain, right-brain theory a myth, study says
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People use networks in their brains, Devi explained. "So if somebody is more artistic, let's say, then they would more likely use ... networks within the right side of the brain.
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Want to Achieve a Huge Goal? Start by Shutting Up

Want to Achieve a Huge Goal? Start by Shutting Up | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
We all have huge personal goal we want to accomplish: A big, challenging, amazing goal. We think about it, dream about it, obsess about it... but we never accomplish it.That could be because we also
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When To Think, And When Not To, When Playing Sports — NOVA Next | PBS

When To Think, And When Not To, When Playing Sports — NOVA Next | PBS | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
Psychology and neuroscience are unveiling surprising contradictions in the complex relationship between athletes’ minds and their bodies.
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How Wintry Weather Affects Emotions: Scientific American

How Wintry Weather Affects Emotions: Scientific American | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
Scientists investigate the effects of low temperatures on the brain
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Simple dietary supplements could help stave off AIDS | Science News

Simple dietary supplements could help stave off AIDS | Science News | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
Many people newly infected with HIV stayed healthy on regimen involving multivitamins and selenium.
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Mother's Exercise May Boost Baby's Brain

Mother's Exercise May Boost Baby's Brain | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
A growing scientific consensus suggests that the benefits of exercise can begin to accumulate even before someone is born.
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A good night's sleep scrubs your brain clean, researchers find - NBC News.com

A good night's sleep scrubs your brain clean, researchers find - NBC News.com | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
It’s no secret that too little shut-eye can drain your brain, but scientists haven’t fully understood why. Now, a new study suggests... (RT @danlatorre: Amazing. During sleep brain cells contract 60% & spinal fluid scrubs the brain clean.
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Reading is good for your health

Reading is good for your health | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
People with poor reading skills are likely to be less healthy than those who read easily, according to recent research. Literacy skills are important for keeping in good shape.
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Nation’s focus should be growth in wellbeing not economic growth, conference will say

Nation’s focus should be growth in wellbeing not economic growth, conference will say | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
Speakers at the Resurgence Festival of Wellbeing, including the former Archbishop of Canterbury, will consider how to shift the country’s focus from economic growth to growth in wellbeing
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What Do Babies Really Know?: Scientific American

What Do Babies Really Know?: Scientific American | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
A new study finds a possible brain signature of consciousness in infants as young as five months (What Do Babies Really Know?Study finds a possible brain signature of consciousness in infants @ five months.
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Tooth Sensor Knows If You're Cheating : DNews

Tooth Sensor Knows If You're Cheating : DNews | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
This tiny circuit board recognizes jaw motion to help people cut back on chain smoking, boozing and binge eating. Continue reading →
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The Secret Life of Your Bodyclock - BBC Horizon

Why are you more likely to have a heart attack at eight o'clock in the morning or crash your car on the motorway at two o'clock in the afternoon? Can taking ...
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Scientists create new memories by directly changing the brain

Scientists create new memories by directly changing the brain | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
By studying how memories are made, neurobiologists created new, specific memories by direct manipulation of the brain, which could prove key to understanding and potentially resolving learning and memory disorders.
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Artists 'better protected' against dementia, study finds - Health - CBC News

Artists 'better protected' against dementia, study finds - Health - CBC News | MindBrainBody | Scoop.it
Neurologists at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto have found that artists suffering from vascular dementia may still be able to draw from memory, even if unable to complete simple tasks.
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The Truth About Food: 1/6 (BBC Documentary Series)

Want to know what food really does to your body? Forget the headlines, watch our intriguing investigations with 500 volunteers as we expose the real science ...
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