Neurology & Physiology

Neurology & Neurophysiology

Phenomenon of Neurotransmission

Our brain has millions and millions of cells. Cells in the brain which are affected by MDMA are called neurons. As neurons allow certain regions of the brain to interact with one another they are very important. Internet is a very helpful model when imagining the neurons in the brain. Read more…

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Posted by Priyanka - 01/02/2013 at 00:50

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Research & Achievements in Neuroscience-2011

  • Lancet, a British medical journal published in November 2011 that Electrocardiogram studies is a considerable in vegetative state of a patient.
  • Patients suffering with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and familial front temporal dementia are due to genetically abnormality chromosome 9 has been found. Read more…

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Posted by Grabica - 31/01/2013 at 05:52

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Betrayal Through the Brain: It Flip-Flops the Memories Each Time when they are Rememorized

Turning out of our memory is very much similar to the telephone game that is also very famous with the name ‘ Chinese whispers’, that is played around the world, in which a person is supposed to spread a message by whispering it to another, that is passed Read more…

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Posted by Carol smith - 10/01/2013 at 00:30

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ibrain can read the Brain of Great Scientist Stephen Hawking

You all must be having the knowledge about the most brilliant theoretical physicist Stephan Hawking a great scientist who has done ground breaking work in physics and cosmology. He had written A Brief History of Time to demonstrate non scientists to understand Read more…

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Posted by Grabica - 21/12/2012 at 05:30

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Smartphone Smartness in Assessing Stroke

Telemedicine is an advanced application of clinical medicine which can transfer medical information  and remote medical procedures. With the use of telemedicine Smart phones helping stroke patients. Read more…

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Posted by Grabica - 12/12/2012 at 04:57

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It sounds “TASTY”: Our Brains decides the Taste of Sound

Noise that we do not want to listen directly or indirectly affect our health, psychologically and it causes annoyance, aggression, stress, that results in hypertension, high stress, tinnitus, hearing loss, sleep disturbances. Studies suggests that almost every  unpleasant sound Read more…

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Posted by Carol smith - 03/12/2012 at 07:22

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