A ressonância magnética foi feita no laboratório do Instituto de Tecnologia de Massachusetts, nos Estados Unidos, e detecta a reação hormonal no cérebro ao beijo dado pela mãe
America might be in the throes of a loneliness epidemic, but cultivating wisdom can help.
When your mother calls your name, you know it’s her voice—no matter the volume, even over a poor cell phone connection. And when you see her face, you know it’s hers—if she is far away, if the lighting is poor, or if you are on a bad FaceTime call. This robustness to variation is a hallmark of human perception. On the other hand, we are susceptible to illusions: We might fail to distinguish between sounds or images that are, in fact, different. Scientists have explained many of these illusions, but we lack a full understanding of the invariances in our auditory and visual systems.
New research makes a molecular connection between the brain and aging—and shows that overactive neurons can shorten life span.
Probiotics can do more than improve your gut health. They also may indirectly enhance your brain, too.
Dark matter might well be the biggest mystery in the Universe. We know there’s something out there making things move faster than they should. But we don’t know what it is, and we sure as heck don’t know where it came from.
A Columbia University study has found that adversity early in life is associated with increased gastrointestinal symptoms in children that may have an impact on the brain and behavior as they grow to maturity.
por el Catedrático L. F. Rushbrook Williams *
Sirdar Ikbal Ali Shah, el padre de Idries Shah, pertenecía a una familia de Saiyids ‘Muswi’, descendientes directos de Ali Musa Raza, el octavo Imam, y por lo tanto del propio Profeta Mahoma.