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What are the Effects of Your Brain on Drugs?

The effects of drugs on the brain are damaging and our infographic shows you why. Drugs trick the brain.

Drug Guide for Parents: Learn the Facts to Keep Your Teen Safe  Blow, Crank, Dex, Vike…do you know the drugs in your teen’s world? Our Drug Guide shows the top 13 drugs most commonly abused by teens — including their street names, photos, drug effects and signs of abuse.

Drug Guide for Parents: Learn the Facts to Keep Your Teen Safe. This Drug Guide shows the top 13 drugs most commonly abused by teens — including their street names, photos, drug effects and signs of abuse.

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By stimulating rat whiskers, researchers learned that cell "bursts" in the thalamus may be why we can quickly make decisions when faced with a threat.

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it’s impossible to peer into neural circuits in the brains of living patients.

Viewing how neurons work

Relaxation Techniques for stress & anxiety (Part of the CBT therapy for self calming & learning to relax before crisis hits)

pin demonstrates different coping techniques for stress and provides examples. It mentions how our body reacts under stress and becomes “lost” on how to function for instance when we experience “fight-or-flight” .

Scientists have found a way to "read" dreams, a study suggests. Researchers in Japan used MRI scans to reveal the images that people were seeing as they entered into an early stage of sleep.

Brain scans can 'read our dreams'

Con el avance de las neurociencias, se ha identificado diversas actividades de nuestra vida cotidiana tales como dormir mal, leer novelas, jugar a videojuegos entre otras, que modifican nuestro cerebro como en estructura, aumentando o disminuyendo su tamaño o alterando su bioquímica.  Así, por ejemplo cuando dormimos mal, según estudios de la Universidad de Oxford, se ha demostrado que las dificultades para dormir están ligados a una reducción veloz del volumen cerebral al envejecer…

10 cosas que cambian tu cerebro - OpenMind

According to new research, multiple cortical regions work together to process sensorimotor information, despite having predetermined specialized roles.

The image shows stained oligodendrocyte progenitor cells in the brain.

Scientists at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) in Germany have discovered a new signal pathway in the brain that plays an important role in learning and the processing of sensory input.

Humans evolved to be taller and faster-thinking, study suggests -- ScienceDaily

Humans evolved to be taller and faster-thinking, study suggests

Bacteria Found in Alzheimer's Brains - Neuroscience News

Bacteria Found in Alzheimer's Brains - Neuroscience News

Researchers from Slovakia and Spain have created an \u0022invisibility\u0022 — actually a small cylinder — that makes itself and the object inside it undetectable to

Cloaking breakthrough makes objects magnetically undetectable

Researchers from Slovakia and Spain have created an \u0022invisibility\u0022 — actually a small cylinder — that makes itself and the object inside it undetectable to

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