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Brain scans suggest schizophrenia is not one disease

Different abnormalities in brain anatomy match certain symptoms of schizophrenia—and not others.<p>Researchers say the discovery, based on MRI scans of …

Scientists find you can reduce peoples' belief in God by directing magnetic energy into the brain

They found the same results when trying to reduce intolerance towards immigrants<p>Scientists from the University of York have found a way of performing mind control<p>By directing magnetic force towards the posterior medial frontal cortex of the brain, they were able to reduce belief in God and decrease …

Drowned toddler brought back to life after 101 minutes of CPR

Pennyslvania boy had fallen into an icy lake and had no pulse when he was found, in tale of suvival parents call a miracle<p>The lifeless body of a toddler who had fallen into an icy lake was revived after more than 100 minutes of CPR, in a tale of survival doctors have called “extraordinary”.<p>Gardell …

Robert Durst is not a “true psychopath,” but childhood trauma could provide answers

<b>Robert Durst is transported to the Orleans Parish Prison after his arraignment in New Orleans, March 17, 2015. (AP/Gerald Herbert)</b><p>We talk to an expert witness about the bizarre case of the millionaire murder suspect at the center of “The Jinx”<p>Laura Miller<p>March 18, 2015 11:01pm (UTC)<p>Making sense of …

Memory in the Flesh: Can memories survive outside the brain?

McConnell was the target of the Unabomber’s 10th bomb<p>Levin figured out how to grow a working eye on a tadpole's tail and back<p>Then, Levin and his team cut off their heads<p>Complex memories like the significance of the word "truth" or "caring" might not have a place beyond the brain

Tony Robinson Shooting: 1,000 Attend Funeral for Man Killed by Police

U.S. news<p>At least a thousand people gathered at a Wisconsin high school Saturday afternoon to pay respects to a 19-year-old biracial man who was fatally shot by a police officer more than a week earlier, in an incident that sparked protests.<p>The auditorium at Madison East High School surpassed its …

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Woman arrested after body found in boot of a burning car

Police arrest a 34-year-old woman from Dulwich, south London, on suspicion of conspiracy to murder after a body was found in the boot of a burning car near a West Sussex golf club<p>A murder investigation has been launched after a body was discovered hidden in the boot of a burning car which had been …

We need body scanners to tackle the prison drug problem

As every prisoner and ex-prisoner knows the most frequently used route for drug smuggling into all categories of jails is ‘bottling it’.<p>This is the crude but effective smuggling technique of inserting a package of drugs into an inmate’s anus. Unless prison staff receive a tip off that a particular …

Convicted killer Jodi Arias spared death penalty as jury is deadlocked again

Convicted murderer Jodi Arias was spared the death penalty Thursday after jurors deadlocked on whether she should be executed or sent to prison for life for killing her lover in 2008.<p>Arias’s 2013 trial became a sensation with its tawdry revelations about her relationship with victim Travis …

Scientists Can Now Read Your Memories

Scientists may have cracked the code of memories by successfully tracing how they are imprinted on the brain. An experiment charted the nerve cell …

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Food for thought: men really do eat faster than women

A study has confirmed what many couples know instinctively - men are hardwired to clean their plates faster than women<p>There are two types of people in the world: those who are horrified at how quickly everyone around them is eating, and those who are bored to death waiting for others to finish …

Wolf at the door for Italian skiers

Skiers find a wolf on the balcony of their chalet, as the once-endangered animal increases in numbers across Italy and France<p>Skiers in <b>Italy</b> got a big surprise when they emerged from their chalets for a day on the pistes – a large wolf was padding around in the snow.<p>Wildlife encounters on most …

Chocolate Coconut Date Bars

Makes 12 Servings<p>This mixture gets pretty sticky in the food processor. Don’t be alarmed if you have to scrape and pulse and scrape and pulse to keep the machine moving.<p>January 2015Print<p>Ingredients<p>Nonstick vegetable oil spray<p>2 cups pitted Medjool dates<p>¾ cup raw cacao powder<p>1 cup unsweetened …

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Three ingredients: Make sure they count. Great chocolate makes great truffles. These will...<p>By Jessie Damuck<p>Want even more truffles? Right this way...<p>By Jessie Damuck<p>Want even more truffles? Right this way...<p>By Jessie Damuck<p>Want even more truffles? Right this way...<p>By Jessie Damuck<p>Want even more …

Inside the most expensive boarding school in the world

Le Rosey, the £80,000-a-year Swiss Institute, is attempting to attract British students<p>It is known as the school of kings, counting among its alumni the Shah of Iran, Prince Rainier of Monaco and King Farouk of Egypt. Its catchment area was once the glittering palaces that housed the grandest …

Rationing ravens and merciful monkeys: can animals be altruistic?

Bernd Heinrich was on a hike through the woods of New England when he observed something which would go on to change our perception of animal psychology.<p>A group of ravens had gathered to feed on a dead moose. But rather than choosing to keep the bounty for themselves, they were making a strange …

How the blood of the young could reverse ageing

The best reads from around the web, including vampire-inspired rejuvenation, why suicide isn’t more common and the dilemmas of artificial intelligence.<p><b>Digital</b> <b>philanthropy</b> | Interview: Bill Gates<p>Conversation about the work of the Gates Foundation, with a digression on Bitcoin and a coda on …

ISIL hostage murder: Japan's new foreign policy blamed

Japan’s new assertive foreign policy drive is being blamed for the ISIL hostage crisis.<p>Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is facing criticism that a recent Middle East visit may have been read as a sign of provocation by the Islamic State militant group.<p>Angry protesters gathered in Tokyo on Sunday night …

Leaky Blood Vessels In The Brain May Lead To Alzheimer's

Researchers appear to have found a new risk factor for Alzheimer's disease: leaky blood vessels.<p>An MRI study of found those experiencing mild problems with thinking and memory had much leakier blood vessels in the hippocampus. "This is exactly the area of the brain that is involved with learning …

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People with autism show 'unique brain patterns', say scientists who believe discovery may help earlier diagnosis

The brains of people diagnosed with autism are 'uniquely synchronised', a new study has found.<p>Scientists discovered the degree of connection between …

The Neuroscience Behind Stress and Learning

The Proven Effects of Positive Motivation<p>Thankfully, this information has led to the development of brain-compatible strategies to help students …

The New Measles

One of the most infectious viruses on the planet is making a comeback in the United States, and many doctors have never even seen it.<p>Measles used to be an illness everyone got.<p>Before vaccination became widespread in the 1960s, pediatricians knew to check their patients' throats for the spray of …