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CTE Discovered in More Than 99 Percent of Deceased NFL Players’ Brains in Study

According to findings published Tuesday, more than 99 percent of brains from deceased former NFL players that were examined for a study contained chronic traumatic encephalopathy. The study was published by medical journal JAMA (h/t CNN.com's Daniella Emanuel), and it…

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Ice Bath Benefits And Your Brain

Ice Bath Benefits and Your Brain

Cold water immersion activates the body’s natural healing powers that can relieve the symptoms of many medical conditions and promote a sense of health and well-being. And when practiced on a regular basis, cold water immersion can even provide long-lasting…

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Electric Stimulation Of The Brain Boosts Creativity And Problem-Solving Skills

Electric Stimulation of the Brain Boosts Creativity and Problem-Solving Skills

Electrical brain stimulation can improve people's ability to think creatively, research says. They became better at solving little arithmetic problems which required 'thinking outside the box'.   We tend to complete tasks and tackle problems using our past experiences, applying previously…

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HEMP ~ THE NATURAL WAY TO REDUCE THE STRESS HORMONE CORTISOL

HEMP ~ THE NATURAL WAY TO REDUCE THE STRESS HORMONE CORTISOL

Physical and emotional stress cause cortisol levels to rise in the body. It is an important hormone and helps regulate insulin, blood pressure, immune function, inflammatory responses, and glucose metabolism. Cortisol is a hormone secreted by the adrenal glands, and…

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Why You Should Start Taking Cold Showers

Why You Should Start Taking Cold Showers

Benefits of Cold Showers It will strengthen your immune system Cleanse your circulatory system Improve Blood Circulation Detoxify your organs and provide a fresh supply of blood for them Reduce blood pressure Contracts your muscles Eliminate toxins Strengthens the nervous…

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Walk, Stretch Or Dance? Dancing May Be Best For The Brain

Walk, Stretch or Dance? Dancing May Be Best for the Brain

Could learning to dance the minuet or fandango help to protect our brains from aging? A new study that compared the neurological effects of country dancing with those of walking and other activities suggests that there may be something unique…

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