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Going easy on yourself may improve health - Futurity

A new study finds a connection between having compassion for yourself and lower levels of stress-induced inflammation.

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The Forgotten Childhood: Why Early Memories Fade

Francis Csedrik, who is 8 and lives in Washington, D.C., remembers a lot of events from when he was 4 or just a bit younger. There was the time he fell "headfirst on a marble floor" and got a concussion, the day someone stole the family car ("my dad had to chase it down the block"), or the morning …

A single switch dictates severity of epileptic seizures, researchers find

A switch in the brain of people with epilepsy dictates whether their seizures will be relatively mild or lead to a dangerous and debilitating loss of …

Scientists explain how memories stick together

Scientists at the Salk Institute have created a new model of memory that explains how neurons retain select memories a few hours after an event.<p>This …

Know the brain, and its axons, by the clothes they wear

(Medical Xpress)—It is widely know that the grey matter of the brain is grey because it is dense with cell bodies and capillaries. The white matter …

Neuroimaging: Live from inside the cell

A novel imaging technique provides insights into the role of redox signaling and reactive oxygen species in living neurons, in real time. Scientists …

Hallucinations - Review

Hallucinations are much more common than most people realise and in fact, may be a universal part of the human experience. This is the main premise in Oliver Sacks' newest collection, Hallucinations [Picador/Pan Macmillan, 2013; Guardian Bookshop; Amazon UK/audiobook CD UK; Amazon US/kindle …