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By JefTek
Dr. MA Persinger, the developer of the God Helmet, an apparatus that let a few people see God in his laboratory, recently published a report in which a person had an OBE experience just after magnetic brain stimulation that lasted only five minutes.

By American Academy of Neurology
People with mild vascular disease that causes damage to the retina are more likely to have problems with memory because they may also have vascular disease in the brain, according to a study published in the March 14, 2012, issue of Neurology®.

By BIG ARTS
BIG ARTS presents Dr. Jay Apt, a renewable energy expert (Sat, Mar 17); Joshua Foer, author of the bestseller Moonwalking with Einstein (Wed, Mar 21); and Dr. Anthony Ritaccio, a researcher in Brain Mapping (Thur, Apr 12). $26, Student $10.

By PRMG
Mary Ann Malack-Ragona, Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer, Alzheimer’s Association Long Island, says recent findings showing how the disease spreads throughout the brain are an indication that researchers may be closer to finding a cure.

By Quincy Bioscience
Prevagen, the popular brain health supplement, announces website that exhibits customer experiences.

By Anna Weltman
Miraculous Activations now real and possible with extraordinary teachings of Rev Julie Renee.

By Traidhos Three-Generation Community for Learning
John Joseph – The Brain Man – was recently invited to PTIS International School in Chiang Mai, Thailand, to interact and challenge their students to learn more about their most important asset - their own brain.

By The Baumann Foundation
Being Human 2012 welcomes Science 2.0 as Media Partner for March 24, 2012, San Francisco Event exploring Human Nature. Science 2.0 is the leading online platform for world-class scientists to collaborate with peers and share with the public.

By The Baumann Foundation
Being Human 2012: Science, Philosophy & Your Life announced today a media partnership with KQED for the March 24, 2012, Being Human gathering at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco.

By Raiko Mendoza
Children need to exercise their brains. Playing helps stimulate children's growing brains and improves cognitive function, especially in children with special needs.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Measurable changes in brain function and communication between brain regions may be a consequence of virus-induced injury during the early stages of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection.

By Delineo
Coffee #1, the award-winning chain of coffee houses, is delighted to announce it has been acquired by Wales’ leading brewing and hospitality business S.A Brain Ltd.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Magnetic resonance tractography (MRT) is a valuable, noninvasive imaging tool for studying human brain anatomy and as MRT methods and technologies advance has the potential to yield new, illuminating information on brain activity and connectivity.

By Randy Kirk & Associates
Small business marketing expert and long time bicycle industry notable, Randy Kirk, will be showing off his latest venture, Randy Kirk & Associates at the upcoming Interbike Show in booth 34087. His new book will also be available.

By Randy Kirk & Associates
Google Places has emerged over the past three years as the most critical spot to be found on the internet for bicycle retailers. With over 100 different criteria determining ranking on Google Places, getting on page 1 is tough, but not impossible.

By A3 Society
What if Charles Darwin, Sigmund Freud, Albert Einstein, Ayn Rand and Abraham Maslow got a chance to get together and JOINTLY revise their theories using new data? Two new novels make the attempt.

By Society of Certified Senior Advisors
Seniors are finding ways to interact with video games for better health and more fun with family and friends.

By Alex Quail
A report has been published in the US which found that people between the ages of 60 and 80 who play music may avoid developing Alzheimer's disease as a result.

By Randy Kirk & Associates
Have you ever dreamed of owning your own business? How about a bike shop? Author, speaker, small business owner Randy Kirk has been writing about the subject for over 30 years. His latest book takes bicycle retailers into the internet age.

By Miraculous Living
Planet of the Apes, Super Virus restoring brain function in dementia and Alzheimer’s patients.Will a drug or virus be the cure for a darkened organic brain, or will the re-infusing of light and health be the path way back to health?

By South Nassau Communities Hospital
The prestigious ACR-ASTRO accreditation is awarded only to facilities meeting specific Practice Guidelines and Technical Standards developed by ACR and ASTRO.

By Jill seo
The Michigan Cancer Registrars Association has requested that one of the Lansing Neurosurgery surgeons be a main speaker at its upcoming annual educational conference in Mt. Pleasant.

By Author Marketing Experts, Inc.
We may not be able to change other’s opinions but we can shift our brain perspectives and find peace

By EngageSimply
Voices Against Brain Cancer (VABC) is hosting its sixth annual Sounding Off for a Cure celebrity benefit concert

By The Kineo Group
Brain Research Foundation sees new initiative backed by Congressman Kennedy as a promising means to continue early-stage research and support seed grants.

By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
Sophisticated imaging tools and techniques are emerging that make it possible to probe organization and activity of the brain at cellular and molecular levels, leading to a better understanding of complex networks that link brain structure/function.

By Press Release Wire
AUSTIN, TX - Ryan Levesque, Memory Educator & Founder of RocketMemory.com will be presenting at a seminar titled "Wetware Hacking 101: Psychological and Physiological Tricks to Boost Your Brain & Body" in Austin, TX on June 4th, 2011

By Fast Market Research
Fast Market Research recommends "Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Therapeutics - Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to 2017" from GlobalData, now available

By Hex Studio
This is a good news to all the candy lovers. Now not only you can taste candy, you can also play ‘I Love Candy’. A free game released on 27 May 2011 by Hex Studio.

By Dr. Elizabeth Fried
Join Elizabeth Fried at Sacramento Area HR Association's meeting May 25, 2011, 11:30 AM at the Doubletree, 2001 Point West Way, for her highly engaging, interactive session: Help Your Managers Stay Cool Under Pressure--Let Neuroscience Show you How!

By Adelphi University/Kali Chan
One of neurology’s foremost researchers, educators, and authors, Richard Restak, M.D., will explore recent insights into technology and the human brain on April 25 at Adelphi University.

By A3 Society
Based on a new model of morality developed from a new understanding of the human brain and human psychology, a new social structure is presented as the next step beyond our current form of democracy.

By A3 Society
Conflicting traits of two human species coexisting today explain many irrational human behaviors. Major characteristics of the species along with their evolutionary roots and social impact are described in a new novel by Bruce Nappi.

By The A3 Society
The concept of protecting civilians during war is recent. It is driven by fear; something called “bleeding heart emotionalism”. Irrational people believe, when they hear civilian in the media, they're safe. Its just one more modern political lie.

By A3 Society
Few people know that Freud never actually defined the Id, Ego and Superego, or that these concepts are not formally used in psychotherapy today. A new novel by Bruce Nappi establishes the physiology behind them and explains how they work.

By A Better Community For All (ABC4All)
A Better Community For All Healing Creativity gratefully offers Healing Circle Music™ donated by Composer Paul Lloyd Warner as a gift, without commercial benefit, concerned about the well-being of the people and survivors of natural disasters.

By Dr. Victor Marchione
New research suggests that a specific brain rhythm — called the alpha rhythm — causes some people to be more sensitive to noise and other disturbances while they sleep.

By The Kineo Group
Two new donor-funded grants will support further understanding of brain disorders

By Frank Groff Inc.
Brain Surgeon to Present Status of NASA Collaboration Before Congress March 15 (Surgeon To Explain How Space Technology is Being Used To Develop 3D Surgical Instruments)

By AngioCalc, LLC
AngioCalc announces updates to the Cerebral Aneurysm Calculator website including new coil embolization products and additional educational resources for the daily practice and reseach relating to the coiling of brain aneurysms.

By Asante Health System
Rogue Valley Medical Center in Medford, Ore. recently earned Primary Stroke Center certification from DNV (Det Norske Veritas), a hospital accreditation organization with some of the toughest standards in healthcare.

By braintivity.com
brainTivity Inc. launches website to offer educational entertainment games to increase brain fitness.

By A3society.org
Based on a new model of morality developed from a new understanding of the human brain and human psychology, a new social structure is presented as the next step beyond our current form of democracy.

By Dr. Victor Machione
Brisk walking three times a week increases memory function. Walking spurs the growth of new neurons in the hippocampus.

By A3 Society
Using new models of the human brain and human consciousness, it should now be possible to program the equivalent of human consciousness in computers - a point in time known as the Singularity.

By TR Mann Consulting
Super Noggin is an innovative brain fitness lifestyle program designed for boomers and seniors. The classes, which were developed by a not-for-profit, help participants LEARN, PRACTICE and TRACK healthy brain habits in a fun social setting.

By Brittany Conklin
The W.O.N.D.E.R. Center highlights the brain in all-new, hands-on science gallery

By Ice Halo Ltd.
The Ice Halo Protective Headband is now being used to keep toddlers safe in daycare facilities across Canada.

By Coles Marketing Communications
During February, Brain Balance Achievement Centers in Indianapolis will hold a free parent lecture and open house for those wanting to learn more about the Brain Balance Program®, a 12-week program for children with learning difficulties.

By Cate Stevenson
People at higher risk for alcoholism might also face higher odds of becoming obese, findings from a new study show.




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