Siobhan Mcgrade

Siobhan Mcgrade

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I don’t know about you, but personally, I spend a lot of my time on the computer. And by “spend,” what I really mean here is “waste,” because, technically, most of the stuff I do online is not productive at all. I mean, I do my work, but then there are the memes. Twitter and Instagram (for memes). The private, hyper-specific Facebook groups (that I am also in for the hyper-specific memes). And, of course, there is Netflix. I am sure you can relate.

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I. LOVE. This recipe for Vegan & Gluten-Free Krispie Kreme Donut Holes! It's like the best copycat ever.

Vegan & Gluten-Free Krispie Kreme Donut Holes Copycat Recipe I would like to present to you the unofficial Vegan & Gluten-Free Krispie Kreme Donut Holes Copycat Recipe. Love it, because, my lovelies, it’s for real and it’s that good.

29 flash cards that cover the vocabulary for body directions, planes, cavities, and regions for Anatomy.

May be helpful to someone! 29 flash cards that cover the vocabulary for body directions, planes, cavities, and regions for Anatomy.

This is a fantastic infogram, created by Mic.com who are currently working with GE Scientists to bring you up to date research into the brain and related technologies. As you can see from this infogram, not getting enough sleep has some interesting effects on different regions of the brain, and subsequently how we think and behave. For example, sleep deprivation reduces the connectivity in the amygdala and the medial frontal cortex which can lead to less control over emotions and heightened…

Research has found that sleep deprivation can have a detrimental effect on your brain function, writes Theresa Fisher. Pinpointing parts of the brain and how sleep deprivation effects.

Prefrontal Cortex, Frontal Cortex, Anterior Cingulate Cortex, Insula Cortex, Amygdala, Hippocampus

Thomas is the disciple of the prefrontal cortex and the faculty is Understanding.

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Knowledge is power. If you suffer from panic attacks, get to know your body. An emotional hijack, whatever its source (cognitive, sensory, or external) has the same impact on physical and mental function.

The NIHSS test focuses most of its items on the language abilities of the patient (7 of possible 42 points). So people whose stroke affects the left hemisphere (98 percent of people have their language abilities housed in the left hemisphere) tend to have higher scores than those whose stroke happened in the right hemisphere. This is why the NIHSS is better at predicting outcomes for patients with left hemisphere-centered strokes, rather than right-hemisphere ones.

The NIHSS test focuses most of its items on the language abilities of the patient (7 of possible 42 points). So people whose stroke affects the left hemisphere (98 percent of people have their language abilities housed in the left hemisphere) tend to have higher scores than those whose stroke happened in the right hemisphere. This is why the NIHSS is better at predicting outcomes for patients with left hemisphere-centered strokes, rather than right-hemisphere ones.