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Most Recently Shared on November 21, 2011 at 9:20 pm By:

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Take 5 minutes for a brain game break. It's not procrastinating if you're helping your health, right? http://t.co/3dTWiG9R

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BitGym

bitgym.com — “Your brain hates cardio. It doesn't understand why you would want to run for half an hour and go nowhere. Your brain doesn't care if cardio makes you healthier and happier, and why would it? Running sucks now. That's where we come in.View full resource at bitgym.com

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Most Recently Shared on April 14, 2012 at 5:55 pm By:

nataliehodgePersonal Medicine in Paducah, Kentucky. Dr Hodge was a featured speaker at the Mayo Clinic's Transform Symposium in '09 and has been named by Brian Dolan of Mobi Heath News as "The First iPhone Doctor". She is the author of The Personal Pediatrics Primer for the Progressive Parent.

Dr. Hodge's special interests in pediatrics include nutrition, prevention and the potential for the internet to strengthen physician patient relationships. Dr. Hodge is a member of the Health care Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), a Fellow of the Academy of Pediatrics' Quality and Innovation Network, and a founding member of the Society for Participatory Medicine. Participatory Medicine is an emerging group of engaged patients and physicians who believe that mutual trust and understanding as well as use of media, health IT strengthens the physician patient relationship and provides for better care." /> Natalie Hodge, MD, FAAP Pediatrician, Physician, Active Health Library, and Doctor

BitGym http://t.co/idIX5pGA Sweet, game while you exercise.... my 8 year old will like this...

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Team | Rock Health

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Most Recently Shared on April 13, 2012 at 7:55 pm By:

nataliehodgePersonal Medicine in Paducah, Kentucky. Dr Hodge was a featured speaker at the Mayo Clinic's Transform Symposium in '09 and has been named by Brian Dolan of Mobi Heath News as "The First iPhone Doctor". She is the author of The Personal Pediatrics Primer for the Progressive Parent.

Dr. Hodge's special interests in pediatrics include nutrition, prevention and the potential for the internet to strengthen physician patient relationships. Dr. Hodge is a member of the Health care Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), a Fellow of the Academy of Pediatrics' Quality and Innovation Network, and a founding member of the Society for Participatory Medicine. Participatory Medicine is an emerging group of engaged patients and physicians who believe that mutual trust and understanding as well as use of media, health IT strengthens the physician patient relationship and provides for better care." /> Natalie Hodge, MD, FAAP Pediatrician, Physician, Active Health Library, and Doctor

Team | Rock Health http://t.co/c3p7wXSa Brain trust here folks...

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Brain Network Reveals Disorders | Neuroscience News

neurosciencenews.com — “Researchers at ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich identify a new method of unerringly detecting the presence of pathophysiological changes in theView full resource at neurosciencenews.com

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Fragile X Syndrome Can Be Reversed in Adult Mouse Brain | Neuroscience News

neurosciencenews.com — “A recent study finds that a new compound reverses many of the major symptoms associated with Fragile X syndrome (FXS), the most common form of inheritedView full resource at neurosciencenews.com

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Chemo Brain: It is Real

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Most Recently Shared on April 11, 2012 at 1:08 pm By:

DrAnasYounes Anas Younes, M.D. Physician, Doctor, Internist, and Oncologist

Chemo Brain is real. Find out what causes it and what can patients do about it. http://t.co/k7Wtq28J

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Stress shifts brain activation towards ventral ‘affective’ areas during emotional distraction

scan.oxfordjournals.org — “Stress shifts brain activation towards ventral ‘affective’ areas during emotional distractionView full resource at scan.oxfordjournals.org

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Most Recently Shared on April 10, 2012 at 8:19 pm By:

dylanlopich dylan lopich Doctor and Psychologist

Stress shifts brain activation towards ventral 'affective' areas during emotional distraction http://t.co/awjAKkjU

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Autism science and brain research is moving 'stunningly fast' – USATODAY.com

usatoday.com — “Brain scans now give researchers, and parents, a jump on the complex and befuddling disorder that is striking more and more children.View full resource at usatoday.com

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Most Recently Shared on April 10, 2012 at 12:28 pm By:

shannonrosa Shannon Rosa Patient Advocate

Researchers beginning to make progress, perhaps for 1st time, in understanding the autistic brain: http://t.co/1FPnzanZ

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Dental X-rays Linked to Brain Tumors

webmd.com — “Getting frequent dental X-rays appears to increase the risk for a commonly diagnosed brain tumor, a new study finds.View full resource at webmd.com

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Getting frequent dental X-rays appears to increase the risk for a commonly diagnosed brain tumor, a new study finds. http://t.co/Rns1YQu6

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New Finding Offers Neurological Support for Adam Smith’s Theories of Morality | Neuroscience News

neurosciencenews.com — “The part of the brain we use when engaging in egalitarian behavior may also be linked to a larger sense of morality, researchers have found. Their conclusions,View full resource at neurosciencenews.com

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Most Recently Shared on April 9, 2012 at 8:42 pm By:

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New Finding Offers Neurological Support for Adam Smith’s Theories of Morality #neuroscience http://t.co/P5PZkgtI

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FDA Approves Alzheimer's Test Developed by Eli Lilly - WSJ.com

online.wsj.com — “The FDA approved an Eli Lilly test that can help detect Alzheimer's—a potential boon to treatment and developing drugs against the disease.View full resource at online.wsj.com

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U.S. gives nod to Eli Lilly's brain plaque test | Reuters

reuters.com — “WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. regulators gave the nod to an imaging test from Eli Lilly and Co. that can for the first time help doctors detect brain plaque tied to Alzheimer's disease, the company said.TheView full resource at reuters.com

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Comments of using Prozac, Xanax, Adderall Xr 30 (study 7170046) - eHealthMe.com

ehealthme.com — “I have been diagnosed with ADHD & have been given an Rx for Adderall XR that was raised over the past month from 10mg per day to 30mg per day. My initial experiences with this drug have been wonderful. It has increased my focus, energy, alertness; decreased my appetite (which I don't consider to be a bad thing) & seemed at first to decrease both my anxiety & depression to a small extent. However, after the regression (approx. 1 month into treatment), I felt worse than I have felt in months, perhView full resource at ehealthme.com

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Most Recently Shared on April 8, 2012 at 12:57 am By:

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I have been diagnosed with ADHD & have been given an Rx for Adderall XR that was raised over the past month fr http://t.co/zgMP6XQL

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Strong scientific evidence that eating berries benefits the brain

eurekalert.org — “Strong scientific evidence exists that eating blueberries, blackberries, strawberries and other berry fruits has beneficial effects on the brain and may help prevent age-related memory loss and other changes, scientists report. Their new article on the value of eating berry fruits appears in ACS' Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.View full resource at eurekalert.org

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Barbara Ficarra: Is Gaming Changing Health Care and Helping You Live a Healthier Life? Part 4

huffingtonpost.com — “Health care today is all about you. Health care happens before you visit with your doctor, nurse practitioner or other health care provider.View full resource at huffingtonpost.com

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Most Recently Shared on April 7, 2012 at 9:14 am By:

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Barbara Ficarra: Is Gaming Changing Health Care and Helping You ... http://t.co/g2ISTprM

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Indian Engineers Build A Stronger Society With School Lunch Program : The Salt : NPR

npr.org — “The program, which is run by engineers, currently feeds 1.3 million children, making it one of the largest school lunch programs in the world. The program is so cost-effective it's become a Harvard Business School case study.View full resource at npr.org

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Most Recently Shared on April 7, 2012 at 8:59 am By:

JonellGalloway The Rambling Epicure Healthy Eating Advisor

Take a look at study this Indian-engineering, cost-effective school lunch program. http://t.co/yAnrm2MU

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