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Monthly Archives: December 2014

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The Brain on Fear

Posted in Las Vegas Injury Attorney, Personal Injury, Psychiatric & Psychological Issues, Soldiers, Veterans and Military Issues, The Human Brain
Even if people forget the details of a traumatic event or what is called explicit memory, the emotions associated with that event also known as implicit memory may remain ingrained in the brain for a long  time, says a new study. In the context of fear, our brain differently encodes contextual memory of a negative… Continue Reading

Fasting for Brain Health

Posted in Age & Alzheimer's Issues, Las Vegas Injury Attorney, The Human Brain
New research, from the National Institute on Aging in Baltimore, reveals that intermittent fasting yields unforeseen benefits for brain health. Just two days of calorie restriction per week could delay the onset of degenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and even protect against strokes. Not to forget, exercise also promotes brain health.… Continue Reading