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Neurogénesis

EXPLAINED: How The Brain Gets Rid Of Old Memories

| Emily Underwood | Posted 05.09.2014 | Science

Do you remember your first birthday? How about what you ate for breakfast weeks ago? For most people, such events slip through the sieve of memory, ne...

Top 15 Insights About Neuroplasticity, Emotions and Lifelong Learning

Alvaro Fernandez | Posted 07.07.2014 | Books
Alvaro Fernandez

What does mod­ern brain and mind science have to offer to improve edu­ca­tion, health and qual­ity of life? Here you have some of the most pop­u...

How Exercise Boosts Memory

Justin S. Rhodes | Posted 04.22.2014 | Science
Justin S. Rhodes

The scientific evidence is now clear. If you want to keep your mind sharp as you age, you need to keep physically active. The explanation has to do with the broad-reaching effects of exercise on the chemistry, physiology and structure of the brain.

How Cold Warriors Helped Scientists Solve Brain Riddle

LiveScience | Stephanie Pappas | Posted 06.07.2013 | Science

Aboveground nuclear bomb testing in the 1950s and 1960s inadvertently gave modern scientists a way to prove the adult brain regularly creates new neu...

I.M.P. Review: Monks of Mellonwah -- Neurogenesis EP

Marcel Hidalgo | Posted 04.30.2013 | Entertainment
Marcel Hidalgo

At any given time in each piece, there is a powerful moment for one musician to show his stuff. But, the voice of the lead singer remains constantly infused throughout the pieces. His emotive vocals act more as an instrument rather than a storyteller.

3 Myths to Dispel About the Brain

The Chopra Well | Posted 02.18.2013 | Healthy Living
The Chopra Well

As it turns out, we have more of a say in the strength and resilience of our brains than we may have thought. Here are three myths to dispel before we can harness the power of our "super brains."

You Don't Have to Live With Menopausal Madness

Dr. Eric Braverman | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Dr. Eric Braverman

While getting older is inevitable, aging doesn't have to be. A deeper understanding of neurogenesis (the regeneration of brain cells) has opened the door for a new attitude towards aging.