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Health And Longevity Are In Your Control

“If I’d known I was going to live this long, I would have taken better care of myself.” This saying is attributed to the baseball legend Mickey Mantle. We care for the future in many ways: buying life insurance, building a retirement fund, or getting medical exams,...

How cancer develops resistance to treatment

Imagine this scene: people trapped in a burning building. They've stopped their normal routine; now they are frantically looking for ways out. They take risks they wouldn’t otherwise take to find any exit. They are desperate, and in their desperation they might...

How Thinking Changes Our Brain — For Good or Bad

We understand that negative thinking can sour your mood, depress you, and make you anti-social. But do you realize that continued negative thoughts actually change your brain? Just like exercise changes your muscles, use of the brain for negative thinking causes the...

A Better Approach to Mental Disorders

These days we have ADD/ADHD, PTSD, OCD, GAD. Phobias, depression, eating disorders, panic disorders — the list of mental disorders is very long. Did we have so many disorders a few decades ago, or have we just gone overboard with classifying diseases? Are we so...

Brain Repair at Any Age

Ever reboot your computer? When you do, you are probably trying to solve a problem your computer is displaying, and you know that starting over may be the best way to go forward. There is no “trick” used in computing that isn’t used in the design of our bodies....

Memories — Colored by Emotions and Feelings

How accurate are your memories? When you compare memories of events with others, do you find yourself arguing over the details? How many of your memories are colored by emotions or feelings more than specific details? Memories are part of our thinking process....