Dense info, but to learn a little : The Ebb And Flow Of Brain Ventricles (Neuroscience)

It is not only the heart that has chambers – the brain does, too. Its four ventricles are connected to the spinal canal and filled with a clear liquid called cerebrospinal fluid, which removes metabolic waste from the neurons. If the brain becomes inflamed, immune cells also circulate in this fluid. This is the caseContinue reading “Dense info, but to learn a little : The Ebb And Flow Of Brain Ventricles (Neuroscience)”

Scientific Support to treatments immediately: Small ‘window of opportunity’ for best recovery after stroke — TBI Rehabilitation

by University of South Australia Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain An international study has shown, for the first time, that the capacity of the human brain to recover and rewire itself peaks around two weeks after a stroke and diminishes over time. The finding, published today in the Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair journal, is the result of a study […]Continue reading “Scientific Support to treatments immediately: Small ‘window of opportunity’ for best recovery after stroke — TBI Rehabilitation”

Signs of Life — Moments

It’s easy to get lost driving through the American Desert, and sometimes there are “signs” of life in places forgot. Aliens in Area 51, The Thrift store on Coachella Ave Salt on Sea. An “Allsup” at a gas station outside of Rosewell. And of course Last Vegas casinos that are long dead and buried. I […]Continue reading “Signs of Life — Moments”

Alcohol and COVID-19: Behavioral and Biological Effects — ScienceBlog.com

During the course of the pandemic, researchers and scientists from across the biomedical spectrum have focused on the diverse health impacts of the novel coronavirus. For their part, alcohol researchers are investigating numerous ways that alcohol might affect COVID-19 risk and severity, as well as how the COVID-19 pandemic may influence alcohol consumption patterns and… AlcoholContinue reading “Alcohol and COVID-19: Behavioral and Biological Effects — ScienceBlog.com”

The Amygdala – traumatic fearful memories

The other day I was listening to the radio and heard something interesting from a DJ or possibly a Psychologist (I searched but I couldn’t find which it was). I only listened quickly. It was mentioned how the Amygdala, a portion below the larger part of our Brains, is well known to control our memoryContinue reading “The Amygdala – traumatic fearful memories”