Can a frightening experience during pregnancy affect the development of an unborn child’s brain? Yes.
A new study of 1,024 mammal species has determined which animals are the most vicious killers of their own kind. Killer whales perhaps? Pit bulls maybe? For the answer, just look in the mirror. Continue reading
Hillary Clinton fainting at the 9/11 memorial this weekend has raised concern and speculation over possible causes. There are three causes of fainting.
New research shows that the Zika virus can infect neural stem cells in the adult brain. Continue reading
In an interesting article in the magazine Nautilus, J.B. MacKinnon, reports that a brain scan (fMRI) of free solo climber, Alex Honnold’s brain explains why he is so willing to risk his life to climb rocks without a rope. The fear circuitry in his brain is dysfunctional.
The first dead person I ever saw was a policeman. . . Continue reading
“A tendency to melancholy, let it be observed, is a misfortune, not a fault.”- A. Lincoln Continue reading