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Yoga Exercises for Core Strength and Flexibility Online Course

Yoga Exercises for Core Strength and Flexibility Online Course | Health Studies Updates | Scoop.it

This free ALISON online yoga course will be of great interest to learners who have some knowledge and experience of yoga techniques and would like to gain a greater knowledge and understanding of more advanced techniques that will strengthen the inner core and improve flexibility.

Yoga Exercises for Core Strength and Flexibility is originally from and published by Dashama and has a duration of 1-2 Hours for the average learner.

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Researchers decode molecular mechanism that sheds light on how trauma can become engraved in the brain

Researchers decode molecular mechanism that sheds light on how trauma can become engraved in the brain | Health Studies Updates | Scoop.it

Scientists at the Universities of Bonn and Berlin have discovered a mechanism which stops the process of forgetting anxiety after a stress event. In experiments they showed that feelings of anxiety don’t subside if too little dynorphin is released into the brain. The results can help open up new paths in the treatment of trauma patients. The study has been published in the current edition of the Journal of Neuroscience.


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Can sounds trick the brain into perceiving your body differently?

Can sounds trick the brain into perceiving your body differently? | Health Studies Updates | Scoop.it

(Medical Xpress) -- "Have you ever found yourself paying attention to the sound of your footsteps when walking down a quiet corridor? Or perhaps you enjoy creating rhythmic patterns by tapping on a surface? Almost every bodily movement we make generates an impact sound and a team of academics have been studying whether the perception of the physical dimensions of our body can be challenged by spatially altering the ‘action’ sounds we make."

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Massachusetts Police Start Campaign to Equip Elderly with Tracking Devices

Massachusetts Police Start Campaign to Equip Elderly with Tracking Devices | Health Studies Updates | Scoop.it
Police in Brookline, Massachussetts have kicked off a program to equip seniors, Alzheimer's patients and those with other cognitive disorders with tracking bracelets.
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