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  • Cavemomma Ugh

    An excellent blog post about lifestyle change and new research related to Alzheimers and Autism- diabetes, inflammation , lack of VItamin D and exercise may be culprits. This post contains multiple research links for further reading.

  • HaileyMarie

    Human Biology science project Image of the brain showing hemispheres.

  • Mary Vance, NC

    Eat for Brain Health

  • Patsy Davis

    Very interesting article about brain science and learning.

  • Jolene Brighten

    Food for your brain. Staying healthy & smart at the same time. Good fats can make a big difference in how the brain functions.

  • Cranium Crunches

    New programs, new discoveries, and great exploration into the inner workings of the human brain -- so much exciting stuff coming out of the National Brain Initiative....

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