Monthly Archives: May 2012

Cancer Drug Could Clear Deposits Causing Alzheimer’s


Experiments on mice have found that a drug used to treat cancer can very quickly remove build up of beta-amyloid peptides in the brain, known to cause Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s disease is believed to be associated with a build up of plaque-like substances that brings on the memory problems. The build-up is thought to underlie the [...]

Cancer Drug Could Clear Deposits Causing Alzheimer’s2016-10-22T09:23:15+00:00

Turning Anxiety in Your Brain to Calm


If you normally are a tense and uptight person, trying to get calm can be extremely difficult. Would it help to know that the less fear and stress you put yourself the longer you can prolong your life, and it will help to maintain your mental health and memory as well? Stress is the number [...]

Turning Anxiety in Your Brain to Calm2016-10-22T09:23:15+00:00

How The Mediterranean Diet Helps Your Brain


High cholesterol and saturated fat are definitely bad for you. They build up plaque in the arteries and eventually in the brain. For this reason, low-carb diets and low-fat labels on food in supermarkets are in such high demand. A study published in Neurology, written by a Dutch research team, states that the development of [...]

How The Mediterranean Diet Helps Your Brain2016-10-22T09:23:11+00:00

Brains of Men and Women Are Different


There is a difference between men and women, and it isn’t just gender. Several brain regions also differ. A woman’s brain is always active, while a man’s brain needs stimulation. Shinji Tsukahara and his colleagues at Saitama University near Tokyo, Japan, presented their findings at the recent Society of Neuroscience meeting in Washington, D.C. They [...]

Brains of Men and Women Are Different2016-10-22T09:23:12+00:00

Math Requires Using More Than One Part of the Brain


Recent studies have found that doing mathematics is much more complex a process than was previously thought. From simple math to complicated equations, two distinctly different circuits of the brain are involved in the processing.  Until recently, little has been known about how the human brain processes math problems. Previously there was speculation, but that [...]

Math Requires Using More Than One Part of the Brain2016-10-22T09:22:43+00:00

Under-appreciated, The Sweet Potato is an Excellent Brain Food


On many American family tables the sweet potato is only found at holiday celebrations. If that is so in your house you are missing out on not only a delicious side dish, but also a great brain food. Sweet potatoes should be eaten in place of white potatoes because they possess anti-inflammatory agents. They can [...]

Under-appreciated, The Sweet Potato is an Excellent Brain Food2016-10-22T09:22:43+00:00

Training Your Brain to Forget Pain


Do you often wonder how people who have suffered an injury can continue on, despite their pain? Do you recall the Olympic gymnast Kerri Strug who injured her left ankle on her first vault in 1996, but continued on a second time to help her U.S. team win their first gold? What about the amazing [...]

Training Your Brain to Forget Pain2016-10-22T09:22:45+00:00

Cell Memory Can Be Reversed


The Theory of Quantum Physics is based on the idea that everything is energy. This means that all the cells in our body are also made up of energy – negative and positive. Cellular memory affects everything that happens in your body, consciously or subconsciously, positively or negatively. This cellular memory is stored in every [...]

Cell Memory Can Be Reversed2016-10-22T09:23:05+00:00

Remote Viewing and the Brain


The United States Government believed Russians was using psychics during the Cold War to spy on other countries. They called this process they called “remote viewing.” So, not to be outdone, the U.S. turned around and tried the same thing. A CIA report released in 1995 detailed the success of experiments done by the Science [...]

Remote Viewing and the Brain2016-10-22T09:23:11+00:00