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Kelly Clarkson – Love On The Brain (Rihanna Cover)

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by Smartrena on Aug 27, 2016

Separated at Birth?

One is a megalomaniac bent on world domination, the other is a cartoon mouse.
by Proof Positive on Jul 22, 2016

Pink Pantsuit and the Brain

New and improved! Now with more pink!
by Proof Positive on Jul 20, 2016

Besides Shaping the Figure and Improving Overall Health, Why Exercise Is Good for Your Brain!

This beauty knows the value of exercise for keeping toned and focused.If we’re being honest here, how many of us exercise as often as we should?  After all, our days are jam-packed between work and family that there just doesn’t seem to be e...
by Nuts 4 Stuff on Jul 20, 2016

How the Human Brain Works

Here is a very easy to follow, seven minute animated tour of the brain made by the University of Bristol for the 2010 Brain Awareness Week. BAW is organized annually by the Dana Foundation, whose mission statement is as follows: The Dana Foundation i...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Jul 11, 2016

Why Does Neurofeedback Help with so Many Things?

It’s a great question. It’s also a question that makes some people hold back from trying neurofeedback. How can it be that good? How can it help with sleep problems, ADHD, depression, anxiety and improve people’s golf scores? Why do...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Jun 27, 2016

Why Does the Brain Use so Much Energy?

Popular Science addresses a fundamental question of neuroscience in its article IBM Research Thinks It’s Solved Why the Brain Uses so much Energy. IBM neuroscientist James Kozloski says, “…about 90 percent of the energy consumed by...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on May 9, 2016

Running Today!

I'm not too optimistic about this, but I'll be running later today for the first time in about 5 weeks! We'll see how this goes...I'll be walking for 4 minutes and then running for 1 minute, for a total of 25 minutes. So that's 5 minutes of total r...
by Steve in a Speedo?! Gross! on Apr 21, 2016

Your Brain’s Memory Capacity

A recent PsyBlog article addresses the question of the size of the brain’s memory capacity. Based on recent research, the article suggests that Human Brain Capacity is Ten Times More than Previously Thought. Terrence Sejnowski of the Salk Ins...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Apr 18, 2016

Some More Treatment for my Busted Body

I've known Jenny H for a few years. She took ALL the sweet photos in my showdown with Devon at the 2013 Gear West Duathlon race report because Jenny's man was my teammate for that race:I love this pic of me and Pete in our awesome shorts just before...
by Steve in a Speedo?! Gross! on Apr 9, 2016

Neurofeedback Changes the Brain

The Montreal, Canada Neuropsychology and Cognition Research Center performed a study in 2013 that is part of the U.S. National Institute of Health PubMed data base. The study is titled, “Neurofeedback training induces changes in white and grey...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Mar 14, 2016

The Teenage Brain

Back in 1974 long before Lady Ga Ga was invented and I was fourteen, I borrowed the David Bowie album ‘Diamond Dogs’ from Continue reading →...
by Sitting Comfortably? on Feb 29, 2016

What Makes our Brains Special

Scientific American recently published an interesting article that’s relevant to neurofeedback: What Makes Our Brains Special? The article talks about recent research highlighting the way human brains differ from other animals’ brains. I...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Feb 22, 2016

Chronic Pain Changes DNA In The Brain And Immune System

Chronic pain is a poorly understood condition in which the nervous system consistently fires out pain signals for a long period of time, sometimes without an actual injury to trigger it. Compared to... That's not all, read on!

Securian Winter Run Half Marathon 2016 Race Report

Or, "Hoping my Busted Calf Holds Up."Or, "SHORTS? At the Securian Run? SWEET!"Or, "Making 3 New 'Race Buddies' at This Race."The morning started around 30 degrees, and it was going to be right at 32 for the race start. I had some scraping to do whe...
by Steve in a Speedo?! Gross! on Feb 1, 2016

Want to Run a FREE 5K, 10K, or Half Marathon With Me Next Month?

What are you doing on Saturday, February 20th? Want to run a 5K, 10K, or Half Marathon with me in Vadnais Heights? (That's suburb a few miles north of St. Paul.) Well I have good news. Tri Fitness in White Bear Lake wants me to give an entry away...
by Steve in a Speedo?! Gross! on Jan 25, 2016

What Happens to the Brain During Hypnosis?

It's the question on everyone's lips when considering hypnosis; just what does take place inside the brain during those long moments of relaxation? The following article by hypnocloud.com attempts to answer that question. To read their full arti...
by Connecting Hypnotherapy... on Jan 19, 2016

How the Brain Responds to Pain – [Infographic]

Is your chronic pain all in your head? In a manner of speaking, it is. Learn how your brain responds to pain and some tips and tricks for lasting relief.
by I Told You I Was Sick on Jan 6, 2016

The Glass Brain Video

This beautiful video of brain activity comes from Neuroscapelab, the University of California at San Diego’s Scwhartz Center for Computational Neuroscience and the University of California at San Francisco Gazzaley Lab. Your brain is an incred...
by New York Neurofeedback Blog on Dec 7, 2015

Neuroscience Exploring the Brain 4th Edition

  Neuroscience Exploring the Brain 4th Edition Acclaimed for its clear, friendly style, excellent illustrations, leading author team, and compelling theme of exploration, Neuroscience: Exploring the Brain, 4e takes a fresh, contemporary approach...
by booksmedicos on Oct 31, 2015


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