Researchers have mapped the brain cell branches and connections in a piece of mouse brain tissue smaller than a dust mite. They gained some insights about how the cells talk to each other. Shows why neuroscience is so incredibly complicated.

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Dr D. Bulte from Oxford University's FMRIB (Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain) centre explains the theory underlying today's modern MRI scanners. Easy to understand.

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The film "Inside Out" paints a beautiful picture of emotional development and reflects the true complexity of human thought, feelings, and behaviour.

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Want to win gold? It helps to train your brain, not just your body. Studies with athletes show that using imagery techniques to train your brain can improve your physical performance.

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For Canadian Mental Health Week we recognize the importance of brain science and maintaining a healthy brain with 10 of our best resources on the subject

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Research results strongly suggest that symptoms associated with gluten sensitivity have more of a psychological than a physical cause.

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This poster is a Grade 8 Art & Body Systems project by Jade

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This mixed media collage is a Grade 8 Art & Body Systems project by Sarah

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Can social media be addictive in a similar way to substances like alcohol and narcotics?

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If your brain is feeling fatigued, a date with nature might be exactly what you need to feel replenished.

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