Brain Blogging, Twenty-Fourth Editionby Shaheen E Lakhan, MD, PhD, MEd, MS | January 4, 2008
Welcome to the twenty-fourth edition of Brain Blogging — a semi-monthly blog carnival that aims to review posts “related to the brain and mind that go beyond the basic sciences into a more human and multidimensional perspective.”
Please remember to submit your blog entries using the online submission form. We will do our best to review and include your entry! Enjoy your readingsâ€¦
Walter presents The Genetics of Panic Disorder posted at Highlight Health discusses the genetics of panic disorder and reviews a study published earlier this year that attempted to identify biomarkers for panic disorder.
Memory & Cognition
Alvaro Fernandez presents Brain Evolution and Why it is Meaningful Today to Improve Our Brain Health posted at SharpBrains, saying, “A neurosurgeon’s take on brain evolution and health.”
Matthew Spears presents Trusting Perceptions and Higher Communication posted at Loving Awareness, saying, “One of the most fundamental aspect of any growth or spiritual path is the trust in oneâ€™s own perception.”
James DeLelys presents Look with your Heart! posted at Author James DeLelys
Stigmatization & Discrimination
Dana presents Fundamentalism, psychotropic drugs and mass murder posted at Principled Discovery.
Abdulrasool Sumar presents Good Nutrition Cancer Risk – Importance of Nutrition in Preventing Cancer posted at Mesothelioma Cancer, saying, “In 370 B.C., the father of Modern Medicine, Dr. Hippocrates quoted, ‘Let food be your medicine, and let medicine be your food.'”
Alvaro Fernandez presents Brain Training: No Magic Bullet, Yet Useful Tool. Interview with Elizabeth Zelinski posted at SharpBrains, saying, “Here goes an interview with a leading scientist on healthy aging and cognitive training.”
Lucynda Riley presents Onions are Medicinal posted at Flower, Field, and Forest.
Peter25 presents Kinds Of Exercises That Aids You To Have Better, Sounder Sleep posted at Small Business, saying, “Doing a lot of physically strenuous activities during the day can aid you to have better sleep. Experts say that in just 20 minutes to half an hour of exercise routines everyday will help lessen the probability of insomnia for a person.”
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