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What explains the youthful brains of "super agers"?
Gene Wilder gave us the golden ticket to childhood. In his role as Willy Wonka he created a sense of nostalgia and a magic for a time gone by, a sense of longing for childhood that went with him and cannot be replaced.
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If the brain doesn’t get adequate stimulation during critical years, there may be everlasting consequences.
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Humans are a fortunate species. We are not the strongest or fastest. We don't have the biggest brains or live the longest. Yet we are dominant over the planet. From cuneiform to computer chip, our mem...
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Don't throw away your old notebooks just yet. According to experts, sticking with a pen and paper has a some serious benefits (and it has nothing to do going nuts in the newsagent stationery aisle)....
It's that eerie feeling you get where you could swear you've lived that very moment before, but of course logic tells you that just couldn't be po ible. Déjà Vu is a common intuitive feeling that has...
Even the greatest listeners can have trouble remembering a new acquaintance's name. It happens to the best of us, and for some reason, it'