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(Left Brain Map) Have a hard time remembering which side and location of the brain affects which function? This "brain map" maps it out for you!

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This is a great infographic about how to break bad habits, create good habits, and even control our emotions -- Rewiring The Brain [ "*How Your Brain Works A

Pseudobulbar Affect (PBA) is a neurological disorder that is characterized by uncontrolled crying and laughing, either randomly or out of proportion to the situation. That is, it is completely involuntary. It is associated w/ various neurologic diseases or brain injury such stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), ALS, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. Sometimes referred to as “emotional incontinence” because the affected individual cannot control his or her emotions.

Listen to Doctor's Call on Boston Herald Radio as I discuss Pseudobulbar Affect, Low Back Pain and the common cold.

The Magic of Neurogenesis: How to Help Your Body Make New Brain Cells |  | Observer

We can indeed play an active role in promoting production of new brain cells—and as a result improve our mood, memory, and learning skills.

While Golgis staining method did wonders for finding structures hidden in a tangle of neurons, it couldnt distinguish individual brain cells that were illuminated in the same color.  	Enter a bit of genetic trickery called Brainbow: Robert Tsien and other chemists tinkered with and discovered fluorescent proteins responsible for the different colors emitted by various sea creatures (such as corals and jellyfish). By coaxing different sets of neurons or even different individuals of …

Inside the Brain: A Photo Journey Through Time

several motor-neuron axons (slender projections on neurons that transmit signals to other neurons) travel side by side as they lead to the muscles whose contractions they regulate.

Robert McCrum, patron of Different Strokes, journeys into his own brain to understand more about stroke. Episode 1

Robert McCrum goes through a two-week rehabilitation course to rejuvenate his left side.

I had this procedure in 2005 with some but not complete reversal.

Stent restores speech and movement for 26-year-old stroke victim

Doctors at UHealth, using a new device by Medtronic, were able to pull out the clot blocking the blood supply to the brain.