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Can You Improve Your Brain’s Action To Discomfort?

Can You Improve Your Brain’s Action To Discomfort?

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Jeannine sorts through a binder of writing assignments from her therapy. In keeping a journal about her past experiences with pain, she noticed that the pain symptoms began when she was around 8 — a time of escalating family trauma at home. Jessica Pons for NPR hide caption toggle caption Jessica Pons for NPR Jeannine…
Take a look at These Remarkable Super-Detailed Pictures Of Fruit Fly Brains

Take a look at These Remarkable Super-Detailed Pictures Of Fruit Fly...

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A team of neuroscientists has produced a series of amazing, detailed images of fruit fly brains. The images aren't quite photos, but they were made by capturing visible light. To create them, the researchers combined two techniques — one that caused the brain tissue to grow much larger than its usual size, and another that…
Male Passes Away from Incredibly Uncommon Illness After Consuming Squirrel Brains

Male Passes Away from Incredibly Uncommon Illness After Consuming Squirrel Brains

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A man in New York developed an extremely rare and fatal brain disorder after he ate squirrel brains, according to a new report of the man's case. In 2015, the 61-year-old man was brought to a hospital in Rochester, New York, after experiencing a decline in his thinking abilities and losing touch with reality, the…
NASA Mars rover Interest problems once again, changes ‘brains’

NASA Mars rover Interest problems once again, changes ‘brains’

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Curiosity snapped this charming selfie of its "head" in early 2018. NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS It can be hard enough to troubleshoot a computer that's right in front of you. NASA has to manage the process on another planet as the Curiosity rover continues to experience glitches on Mars. The latest problem prompted the rover team to switch…
Researchers Bring Back Some Function In The Brains Of Dead Pigs

Researchers Bring Back Some Function In The Brains Of Dead Pigs

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The image on the left shows the brains of pigs that were untreated for 10 hours after death, with neurons appearing as green, astrocytes as red and cell nuclei as blue. The image on the right shows cells in the same area of brains that, four hours after death, were hooked up to a system…
Mathematics Looks The Very Same In The Brains Of Kids And Women, Research Study Discovers

Mathematics Looks The Very Same In The Brains Of Kids And...

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Two fourth-graders rock side to side while doing math equations at Charles Pinckney Elementary School's "Brain Room" in Charleston, S.C., in 2015. John McDonnell/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption John McDonnell/The Washington Post/Getty Images Two fourth-graders rock side to side while doing math equations at Charles Pinckney Elementary School's "Brain Room" in Charleston,…

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