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Immunotherapy research leads to 'triple play' for one scientist Researchers have begun to explore in earnest the concept of "mixed vascular dementia," but until recently there was no reliable animal model. When one expert discovered that a special diet deficient in B vitamins induced cognitive impairment in mice, she gave science the animal model it needed, plus the potential for a modifiable biomarker for vascular cognitive impairment.
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Animals with larger brains are best problem solvers, study shows Despite decades of research, the idea that relative brain size predicts cognitive abilities remains highly controversial, because there is still little experimental evidence to support it. However, a new paper describes a massive experiment that supports the theory.
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Can your brain reveal you are a liar? Psychologists are interested in how the human brain controls the memories stored from participating in criminal acts, and the extent to which they can be hidden.
Social media red flags parents should know about Parents can often disable certain features of apps so they are no longer a problem for children.
R Kelly Opens Up About Childhood Sexual Abuse, Marriage... With the massive success of his song, “I Believe I Can Fly,” from the Space Jam soundtrack, R Kelly became, arguably, one of the biggest entertainers in the world overnight. … ...
Family Therapy and Psychoanalysis: Are they Mutually Exclusive?... As a child and adolescent psychotherapist, a big part of my work involves working with families. One might think that when it comes to family therapy there is no room for … ...
Are Love and Romance Possible in a Narcissistic Culture? As our culture and community gets more narcissistic the ability to engage in loving, giving, and other focused intimate relationships become more challenging to secure and sustain.
Nick Carter Discusses Recent Arrest, Says: “I am Human”... The Backstreet Boys rose to fame in the 1990s and made Nick Carter a star. The youngest of the group, Carter’s piercing blue eyes and sweeping blond hair made him … ...
Is Affluenza Real? Affluenza has been described as a disorder that coddles kids into a sense of irresponsibility and clouds a sense of right and wrong.
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