A recent study highlighted the differences between Boomers, Xers and Millennials - community is less important to Millennials; while their focus is on self-appearance.

A recent study highlighted the differences between Boomers, Xers and Millennials - community is less important to Millennials; while their focus is on self-appearance.

Concussions are connected with substance abuse and suicidal thoughts in adolescents, new research presented at a St. Michael’s Hospital conference on sports-related brain injuries revealed

Concussions are connected with substance abuse and suicidal thoughts in adolescents, new research presented at a St. Michael’s Hospital conference on sports-related brain injuries revealed

Penetrating Postures: The Science of Yoga, Part 1 by Alice G.Walton, forbes: The biological changes that yoga produces in the body and the brain. #Neuroscience #Health #Yoga #Immune_Function

Penetrating Postures: The Science of Yoga

Penetrating Postures: The Science of Yoga, Part 1 by Alice G.Walton, forbes: The biological changes that yoga produces in the body and the brain. #Neuroscience #Health #Yoga #Immune_Function

"The Consciousness Paradox: Consciousness, Concepts, and Higher-Order Thoughts" by Dr. Rocco J. Gennaro, chair of the Department of Philosophy.

"The Consciousness Paradox: Consciousness, Concepts, and Higher-Order Thoughts" by Dr. Rocco J. Gennaro, chair of the Department of Philosophy.

Do these poses once a day at least four times a week (or every day, if you wish), and watch your stomach shrink as you tone up and lean out.

Waist-Whittling Yoga Poses

Do these poses once a day at least four times a week (or every day, if you wish), and watch your stomach shrink as you tone up and lean out.

A new gene-silencing strategy can reverse core symptoms associated with Huntington’s disease, according to a preclinical study.

A new gene-silencing strategy can reverse core symptoms associated with Huntington’s disease, according to a preclinical study.

Swearing and the Brain-Why cussing is automatic for individuals with aphasia

How Swearing Works

This computer-generated graphic shows how, in 1848, a 3-foot long, pointed rod penetrated the skull of Phineas Gage, a railway construction foreman. The rod entered at the top of his head, passed through his brain, and exited his skull by his temple. Gage survived the accident but suffered lasting personality and behavioral problems.

This computer-generated graphic shows how, in 1848, a 3-foot long, pointed rod penetrated the skull of Phineas Gage, a railway construction foreman. The rod entered at the top of his head, passed through his brain, and exited his skull by his temple. Gage survived the accident but suffered lasting personality and behavioral problems.

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