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These Birds May Rival Chimps In Their Intelligence
When it comes to the brain, bigger isn't always better.
Dare to Be 100: The Sea Squirt and My Stanford Course
Walter M Bortz II MD
Clinical Professor of Medicine, Stanford University
Yesterday was the seventh chapter of my continuing education series at Stanford entitled "The Science of Longevity." My topic
Big Brain Bravado
Scientist, former White House Senior Policy Analyst, Ph.D in n...
I propose that big brains are rare in nature not because they are an expensive tissue to maintain, but because the consequences of complex thought are not adaptive. Being smart is a dumb survival strategy.
Brain Size Study Involving Guppies Suggests High Intelligence Comes At High Cost
“Because cognitive abilities are important to facilitate behaviors such as ﬁnding food, avoiding predation, and obtaining
Get Healthy Now to Avoid the Dinosaur Syndrome
Daniel G. Amen, MD
NY Times best-selling author, double board-certified psychiatr...
There are a host of new studies that show that as your weight goes up, the actual size and function of your brain goes down. It appears that if you get serious about being healthy, you can reverse the brain damage. But now is the time to start.
Brain Size And Alzheimer's: What's The Connection?
Dickerson explained that the biomarkers established in the study are not yet meant to be used in clinical settings, as more
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