Tag: brain

The Science Behind the Human Brain – Protecting Your Most Vital Organ

By Natural Blaze The complexity of the human brain is likely to never be fully understood. However, what we do know is already fascinating, and it will be exciting to learn more in years to come. Just the fact that it contains 86 billion neurons should help us understand just what we’re working with here….

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Lawsuit Could End Water Fluoridation Once and For All by Demonstrating its Neurotoxicity

By Alex Pietrowski The practice of water fluoridation in the United States has been under growing scrutiny for years by a public that has become conscious of the fact that adding toxic chemicals which are proven to be harmful to human health and children’s development to public water is medication without consent. Nevertheless, the effort…

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Why Playing An Instrument Protects Your Brain

By Karen Foster A recent study conducted at Baycrest Health Sciences has uncovered a crucial piece into why playing a musical instrument can help older adults retain their listening skills and ward off age-related cognitive declines. This finding could lead to the development of brain rehabilitation interventions through musical training. 400 published scientific papers have…

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Deadly Brain Tumor Rates Rise in U.S. and Europe – Cell Phones to Blame?

By Dr. Ellis Evans, Natural Blaze Deadly brain tumour rates on the increase in the UK, US, Denmark, Netherlands and Sweden, is it attributable to mobile phones? A simple question posed by the telecommunications industries and its regulators is oft quoted “if exposure to mobile phone frequencies causes cancer, why are cancer rates falling?” Within the…

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Gingko Biloba Protects Against Cognitive Effects of Heavy Metals

By Joe Battaglia Ginkgo biloba, one of the oldest living tree species and best-selling herbs, also protects the brain from the toxic effects of aluminium chloride exposure, which has been linked to diseases such as Alzheimer’s and other cognitive impairments. Solid research has been performed on extracts of ginkgo biloba, which contain antioxidant compounds that…

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The Age of Notifications and Attention-Deficits

By Shreya Dalela Notifications are messing up with your brain, big-time! I admit it. I am addicted to notifications. But really, who isn’t? Every single social media network’s growth and revenue depends on how frequently YOU check the screen. They hire neuroscientists and psychologists to understand our minds better so that the ‘Fear of Missing Out’…

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Creative People Physically See and Process The World Differently

By Alice Klein If you’re the kind of person who relishes adventure, you may literally see the world differently. People who are open to new experiences can take in more visual information than other people and combine it in unique ways. This may explain why they tend to be particularly creative. Openness to experience is…

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