Why Do You Feel Thirst In Your Throat?
You know – well, most of the time – when you are hungry. You know when your stomach is empty, and you can feel it and hear it churning and you may feel that your stomach is either tight or empty. If you don’t eat or don’t eat well... Read more
Your Frontal Lobes After a Traumatic Injury
How your brain is affected after a traumatic injury obviously depends on what the injury is. It may also have to do with where the impact was and what exactly happened. The brain has many parts and each of them do something a little bit different. While the study... Read more
These Facts about Strokes Could Save Your Life
Strokes are a huge concern. It is one of the leading causes of death in the United States, and it is important that you know the signs. They are a medical emergency so being able to identify the signs of a stroke and calling for help at the right... Read more
Yes, Working Out Does Help Your Brain
You already work out and try to eat healthy. You know that eating healthy and working out makes you look younger, helps your skin and keeps your weight down. You do it not just for the way you look, you know that having a very sedentary lifestyle can be... Read more
What Is Miracle Fruit and How Does It Work?
Synsepalum dulcificum is a berry that you eat and, while you are eating it, everything that is sour tastes sweet. It’s super weird. What does it taste like? The berry itself barely tastes of anything, even less when you get it in pill form. Once you coat your tongue... Read more
Peanut Butter Test Could Help Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease
Peanut butter. It’s a regular staple of sandwiches, mouse traps, and the occasional practical joke. But now researchers have another, more serious use for the sticky stuff: detecting early signs of Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s affects the front of the brain’s temporal lobe—the portion responsible for short-term memory and sense of smell,... Read more
Molecular Link between Marijuana and Alzheimer’s Disease
Marijuana and Alzheimer’s Disease “Alzheimer’s disease is the leading cause of dementia among the elderly, and with the ever-increasing size of this population, cases of Alzheimer’s disease are expected to triple over the next 50 years. Consequently, the development of treatments that slow or halt the disease progression have... Read more
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