Category Archives: Brain

Research appearing in the Journal of Physiology (Published online before print April 2, 2012, doi: 10.1113/jphysiol.2012.230078 May 1, 2012) looked at sugar consumption in rats and how it affected their ability to learn complex tasks. Scientists at UCLA conducted a five-day training session, teaching the rats how to navigate a complicated maze. After the training

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Research appearing in the Journal of Physiology (Published online before print April 2, 2012, doi: 10.1113/jphysiol.2012.230078 May 1, 2012) looked at sugar consumption in rats and how it affected their ability to learn complex tasks. Scientists at UCLA conducted a five-day training session, teaching the rats how to navigate a complicated maze. After the training

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Alzheimer’s disease, MS, ALS and other serious neurological diseases, may be considered to be uncurable, but patients with these conditions may do well by taking steps to improve general health. Each patient and each disease state is different, but no one suffering from any disease, no matter how serious, will not benefit from taking steps

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