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Brain wiring a no-brainer? | Science Codex

sciencecodex.com — “The brain appears to be wired more like the checkerboard streets of New York City than the curvy lanes of Columbia, Md., suggests a new brain imaging study. The most detailed images, to date, reveal a pervasive 3D grid structure with no diagonals, sayView full resource at sciencecodex.com

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Most Recently Shared on March 30, 2012 at 11:58 am By:

sarasteinmd Sara Stein MD Physician, Doctor, and Psychiatrist

Magnificent! Our brains are wired on a straight line 3-D grid - no diagonals - 4 directions - up, down, right,... http://t.co/wHjvFzn0

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Champion of My Heart » Blog Archive » Lilly’s Brain Injury and Agility Outtakes

championofmyheart.com — “Lilly, a border collie and the canine heroine of award-winning dog blog Champion of My Heart, developed meningoencephalomyelitis / meningoencephalitis (inflammation of the brain and lining of the brain and spinal cord) after an adverse reaction to a rabies vaccine given January 23, 2012. This post includes agility outtakes as Lilly learns to use her body again.View full resource at championofmyheart.com

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Most Recently Shared on March 27, 2012 at 11:49 am By:

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Lilly’s Brain Injury and Agility Outtakes: Monday, we showed you some agility highlights as ... http://t.co/B1byGpgH via @champofmyheart

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Depression in Primary Care: A Military Healthcare Perspective | BrainLine Military

brainlinemilitary.org — “Depression is one of the most common symptoms after a combat-related brain injury. Learn how to help your service member or veteran.View full resource at brainlinemilitary.org

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Champion of My Heart » Blog Archive » Lilly’s Brain Injury and Exaggerated Agility Style

championofmyheart.com — “Lilly, a border collie and the canine heroine of award-winning dog blog Champion of My Heart, developed meningoencephalomyelitis / meningoencephalitis (inflammation of the brain and lining of the brain and spinal cord) after an adverse reaction to a rabies vaccine given January 23, 2012. This post includes videos comparing Lilly's old agility style and her new agility style, which is more exaggerated.View full resource at championofmyheart.com

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Most Recently Shared on March 26, 2012 at 5:05 pm By:

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Lilly’s Brain Injury and Exaggerated Agility Style: At our last veterinary neurology appoint... http://t.co/HMmLhwbB via @champofmyheart

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Entrepreneurs: How To Look Fabulous When You’re Working From Home! – Bella Life

yourbellalife.com — “Bella Life is an on-line magazine that helps its readers infuse their lives with a burst of color. We're the in- the-know, indispensable resource with a touch of NewYork City chic for all aspects of lifestyle from food and fashion to travel and health.View full resource at yourbellalife.com

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Most Recently Shared on March 25, 2012 at 4:41 pm By:

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Love the article from @YourBellaLife on dressing well when working from home http://t.co/eUnJ2Diz #happiness

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An Interactive MRI App for the iPad - medGadget - Health - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “The first of what Elsevier promises will be a line of educational software titles for various mobile devices, NeuroApps: MRI Atlas of Human White Matter makes learning anatomy of the brain fun.View full resource at theatlantic.com

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Most Recently Shared on March 25, 2012 at 10:00 am By:

mbritt Michael Britt Psychologist, PhD, and Doctor

Here's an article worth checking out: An Interactive MRI App for the iPad http://t.co/TpMSLcnl

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Champion of My Heart » Blog Archive » Update on the Totebag Eating Incident

championofmyheart.com — “Lilly, a border collie and the canine heroine of award-winning dog blog Champion of My Heart, developed meningoencephalomyelitis / meningoencephalitis (inflammation of the brain and lining of the brain and spinal cord) after an adverse reaction to a rabies vaccine given January 23, 2012. This post includes an update on Lilly having eaten a canvass totebag a couple of weeks ago.View full resource at championofmyheart.com

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Update on the Totebag Eating Incident: Blame it on the steroids and other medications requir... http://t.co/LdZDxMPy via @champofmyheart

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Science Brings Us One Step Closer to Implanting False Memories

io9.com — “Researchers say they've succeeded in giving mice a "hybrid" memory that blurs the lines between fantasy and reality. They forced the mice to recall memories while they were already busy forming new ones, by reactivating specific neurons in their brains. This could even represent a step towards implanting full-blown false memories.View full resource at io9.com

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DrSampyRoy Dr Sampurna Roy Doctor, Pathologist, and Physician

RT @io9: One Step Closer to Implanting False Memories in People? http://t.co/iys45Ott

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Angela Wallace Organizes the Clutter Busters — Q&A - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “The president of the National Association of Professional Organizers discusses the job, how to identify a right-brained person and whether we have more stuff today than 25 years ago.View full resource at nytimes.com

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An Interactive MRI App for the iPad - medGadget - Health - The Atlantic

pheedcontent.com — “The first of what Elsevier promises will be a line of educational software titles for various mobile devices, NeuroApps: MRI Atlas of Human White Matter makes learning anatomy of the brain fun.View full resource at pheedcontent.com

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Cognitive Reserve Can Avoid Symptoms of Dementia - AgingCare.com

agingcare.com — “Cognitive reserve allows the brain to retain its functionality despite the onset of Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. When built throughout a person's lifetime, cognitive reserve can help dely the dementia symptoms of cognitive impairment and memory loss.View full resource at agingcare.com

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Cognitive Reserve: The First Line of Defense Against Dementia http://t.co/4CqEDq4r @CogniFit @Eldercare

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Champion of My Heart » Blog Archive » Bumbling Along – Fun With Neurological Deficits

championofmyheart.com — “Lilly, a border collie and the canine heroine of award-winning dog blog Champion of My Heart, developed meningoencephalomyelitis / meningoencephalitis (inflammation of the brain and lining of the brain and spinal cord) after an adverse reaction to a rabies vaccine given January 23, 2012. This post includes an update on her mobility.View full resource at championofmyheart.com

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DawgBlogger Jana Rade Pet Health Advocate

Bumbling Along – Fun With Neurological Deficits: If we get through Lilly's recovery without ... http://t.co/mtfbad5Q via @champofmyheart

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Champion of My Heart » Blog Archive » Dog Blog Poll: Should a Vaccine Company Help Cover Costs When Vaccines Cause Expensive Outcomes?

championofmyheart.com — “Please take our dog blog poll about adverse vaccine reactions in dogs. Lilly, a border collie and the canine heroine of award-winning dog blog Champion of My Heart, developed meningoencephalomyelitis / meningoencephalitis (inflammation of the brain and lining of the brain and spinal cord) after an adverse reaction to a rabies vaccine given January 23, 2012.View full resource at championofmyheart.com

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Dog Blog Poll: Should a Vaccine Company Help Cover Costs When Vaccines Cause Expensive Outco... http://t.co/DwnFpr6q via @champofmyheart

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Champion of My Heart » Blog Archive » Adverse Vaccine Reaction – How Much We’ve Spent So Far

championofmyheart.com — “Lilly, a border collie and the canine heroine of award-winning dog blog Champion of My Heart, developed meningoencephalomyelitis / meningoencephalitis (inflammation of the brain and lining of the brain and spinal cord) after an adverse reaction to a rabies vaccine given January 23, 2012. This post includes a financial update on how much it has cost so far to save Lilly's life and help her brain recover.View full resource at championofmyheart.com

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Adverse Vaccine Reaction – How Much We’ve Spent So Far: Since Lilly doesn't need another neu... http://t.co/P7d8ju2y via @champofmyheart

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