“We are now questioning when the coronavirus has affected the brain, could this pose a risk for neurodegenerative disorders further down the line, like Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s?” – Dr Olajide
Your Brain “is like a time machine”
Our brains are constantly uploading rich, visual stimuli.
“When we see something beyond our expectations, local patches of brain tissue generate small ‘atoms’ of positive affect, “Edward Vessel
How Important is Writing on Paper?
“It is reasonable that one’s creativity will likely become more fruitful if prior knowledge is stored with stronger learning and more precisely retrieved from memory. “Professor Kuniyoshi L. Sakai
Our Sense of Smell Triggers Powerful Memories
It found olfaction has the strongest connectivity. It’s like a superhighway from smell to the hippocampus.
The Phaomnnel Pweor Of the Hmuan Mnid
this was sent to me some years ago………….
Does Culture and Lifestyle Affect Cognitive Reserve & Alzheimers
“This project has great potential to allow us to see how where you are born and live impacts on your brain health as you get older.”
Detecting the Cause of Strokes
a new approach which could revolutionise the way doctors manage strokes caused by bleeding in the brain, known as intracerebral haemorrhage (ICH).