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  • Schizophrenia … and Solitary Confinement

    There was a hearing on the subject of solitary confinement in prisons with testimony from federal and state law enforcement officials, academics and advocates... Read more

    8 hours, 40 minutes ago by   Gran13
    HEALTH, COMMUNITY
  • On the Radio Again…talking About Choice with Ondre…

    Catch me on the radio again! I’ll be live on air this Wednesday, August 20th at 8pm PST/MST with my friend Ondre on his wonderful show “Intuitive Intervention”... Read more

    The 19 August 2014 by   Intuitivepsychology
    HEALTH, BODY, MIND, SPIRIT
  • Nostalgic Summer Days

    Disclosure: I was provided with free samples of Breyers Gelato Indulgences. All opinions are my own. I know we are usually all about the real food in our home,... Read more

    The 19 August 2014 by   Matthewspuzzle
    HEALTH, COMMUNITY
  • End the Negativity in Your Life

    You don’t ever have to feel guilty about removing toxic people from your life. It doesn’t matter whether someone is a relative, romantic interest, employer,... Read more

    The 19 August 2014 by   Darcsunshine
    HEALTH, HEALTHY LIVING
  • Spooky and Awesome Technology

    Recent issues of Science Magazine have amazing reports of technology advances: a brain-like spiking-neuron integrated circuit on a 5. Read more

    The 18 August 2014 by   Deric Bownds
    SCIENCE
  • Choosing a New School for Your Child with Asperger's Syndrome

    Unless you were lucky enough to enrol your kids in a school which streams kids all the way from kindergarten to college and you remain in the same geographic... Read more

    The 18 August 2014 by   Gbollard
    HEALTH
  • Will You Allow Your Life to Take Shape?

    Will you allow your life to take shape as it unfolds in front of you? Making choices as new situations, new opportunities, new obstacles arise? Or will you spen... Read more

    The 18 August 2014 by   Intuitivepsychology
    HEALTH, BODY, MIND, SPIRIT
  • 5 Things Hannah Hart Taught Me

    On the day it came out I picked up, started reading, and promptly finished Hannah Hart’s new book, My Drunk Kitchen: A Guide to Eating, Drinking, & Going... Read more

    The 15 August 2014 by   Melissa Boles
    HEALTH, LIFE COACH, LIFESTYLE
  • How Chronic Pain Saps Our Motivations and Desires - the Mechanism.

    Fields gives a nice summary of work by Schwartz et al., who find a detailed synaptic mechanism for how chronic pain saps our motivations and desires. I pass on... Read more

    The 14 August 2014 by   Deric Bownds
    SCIENCE
  • The Habenula (?) Does a Tally of Our Negative Outcomes.

    Impress your friends that you know the name of a brain region that they haven't heard of before! Lawson et al., in yet another publication that includes... Read more

    The 13 August 2014 by   Deric Bownds
    SCIENCE

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