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What is interesting is that the rate of survival for trepanning was estimated to be about 75% during the stone age. This rate is much higher than the trepanning surgery done in the modern era even as when we look at procedures done as late as the 19th century. Brain surgery in the 1800's often produced infections and killed 75 percent of the patients instead of healing them.
Published by carol roach 91 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +16 votes | 29 comments
A short list of foods for a better memoryÂ…
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 70 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +23 votes | 15 comments
Can you safely eat garden slugs in the same way as escargot? They are very similar in appearance save for the lack of a hard shell, but the answer really comes as a surprise...
Published by thestickman 87 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +24 votes | 15 comments
Throughout childhood and adult life we sometimes develop limiting beliefs about who we are. A trauma or incident may have occurred which can easily be identified as the time when all confidence and self-assurance started to ebb away from our person. Whilst others may not even realise what their behaviours are doing to their happiness and ability to make decisions in life, on their careers and on building solid relationships
Published by lisa leverton 91 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +16 votes | 15 comments
Dyslexia is one of the common learning disabilities confronted by children and the severity can vary from mild to grave. The cause of dyslexia is impairment in the brainÂ’s ability to translate images received from the eyes or ears into languages that are understandable. It is not a result of vision or hearing problems, mental retardation, brain damage or lack of intelligence.
Published by Ron Siojo 77 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +24 votes | 14 comments
Today, there is a great deal of emphasis placed on prevention when it comes to health issues. For example, 80 percent of strokes can be prevented just by being aware of stroke risk factors. There is also a newer procedure called carotid artery stenting which is nonsurgical.
Published by Cynthia Roberts 84 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +9 votes | 13 comments
If you are 65 years of age or older and are having difficulty with short-term memory, you may be suffering from a Vitamin B12 deficiency.
Published by Jerry Walch 70 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +14 votes | 12 comments
Most people worry about whether they are under-performing when it comes to brain power, and want to increase their intelligence and become far cleverer than they usually are. This guide explains how this is possible.
Published by B W1 74 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +24 votes | 12 comments
From something that years ago many people had never heard of, let alone recognize in themselves, or their children, and ascribed the symptoms to “something else” or being a brat, naughty, or badly behaved, for more than 25 years there has been a dramatic escalation into research regarding the phenomenon known as Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder or A.D.H.D.
Published by Colin Dovey 92 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +15 votes | 12 comments
People with synesthesia perceive the world differently than people who don’t have the disorder. A person with synesthesia is called a synesthete. He or she may see musical notes flying around them while playing the piano, or listening to music. It is believed that with synesthesia, one part of the brain stimulates another area of the brain because there is a malfunction in the neural pathways in the brain.
Published by Charlene Collins 66 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +11 votes | 11 comments
Learn about foods that can improve your memory. There are foods that adults can eat to avoid memory loss as age increases.
Published by Maria Cecilia de Guzman 86 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +13 votes | 11 comments
Tens of millions of Americans suffer some form of chronic pain and it is not just psychological. It can linger for years and be so devastating that people who suffer chronic pain are six times more likely to be suicidal.
Published by Londis Carpenter 78 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +31 votes | 10 comments
Rigorous research is always going on for Autism spectrum disorders. More children are being diagnosed with these disorders than ever before. Earlier detection can lead to early diagnosis allowing for the administration of resources to families who so badly need. On a psychological level, earlier detection may help ease the confusion parents feel when they know something is wrong, yet they do not get any answers by their doctors.
Published by carol roach 66 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +8 votes | 9 comments
Men can only think with one head at a time. Studies suggest when he's even just a little turned on, the brain chemicals released at arousal cause his awareness to shift into sex mode. This make it hard for him to pay attention to anything else. Know more about the brain of a man by reading more.
Published by Jessie Agudo 71 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +14 votes | 9 comments
Oxytocin has been called the cuddle drug. But its real benefit could help those with autism and other social behavior problems.
Published by Sam Montana 70 months ago in Brain Health & Neurology | +24 votes | 8 comments
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