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  The FinnBrain research of the University of Turku has demonstrated for the first time that the stress the father has experienced in his childhood is connected to the development of the white matter tracts in the child’s brain. Whether Read more…


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Consciousness is what allows you to think, remember, and feel things.  The term can refer to someone’s actual experience of the world – their thoughts, sensations, and decision making – as well as the appearance of awareness to an observer. Read more…


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Many of us believe we are masters of own destiny, but new research is revealing the extent to which our behaviour is influenced by our genes. It’s now possible to decipher our individual genetic code, the sequence of 3.2 billion Read more…


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Every day you walk around with your brain gently bobbing about inside your skull. Much like a soft egg yolk floating in a cloud of clear egg whites. All it takes is a sudden jolt or strike, and your brain Read more…


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Six months after testing positive for COVID-19, one in eight survivors are diagnosed with a neurological or psychiatric illness like dementia for the first time in their lives, a study led by Oxford researchers found.   Patients who’ve been hospitalized are especially Read more…


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Where does the mind ‘meet’ the brain? While there’s no shortage of research into the effects of psychedelics, drugs like LSD still have much to teach us about the way the brain operates – and can shine a light on Read more…

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