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The Possible Cause of Flashbacks Discovered

Remembering the past is an important function and defines who we are. In some situations though, the normal... Read more


Could Early Music Training Help Babies Learn Languages?

Growing up in China, I started playing piano when I was nine years old and learning English when... Read more


How Can We Understand Our Brain Better? With CRISPR.

Lately, a major step forward has been made in using CRISPR technology in neurosciences. Over the past few... Read more


New Research Is Connecting Genetic Variations to Schizophrenia and Other Mental Illnesses

We know that changes in our genetic code can be associated with an increased risk for psychiatric illnesses... Read more


Why the Baby Brain Can Learn Two Languages at the Same Time

Any adult who has attempted to learn a foreign language can attest to how difficult and confusing it... Read more


Stress: The Health Epidemic of the 21st Century

“Stress” has been dubbed the “Health Epidemic of the 21st Century” by the World Health Organization and is... Read more

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