Sight Is Repurposed In The Brains Of The Blind

A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by cognitive scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has proposed that even in subjects who are blind from birth, the parts of the brain which we have traditionally associated with sight still find a function – rather than processing visuals, research suggests… Continue reading Sight Is Repurposed In The Brains Of The Blind

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Sociable Ways To Workout

Sociable Ways to Work Out Regular exercise is one of the most important factors in staying healthy. The NHS recommends two and a half hours of moderate aerobic activity for adults every week, in addition to exercises to strengthen muscles. We all know that we should work out more often — but not nearly enough… Continue reading Sociable Ways To Workout

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Can Medicaid Be Managed Better For Seniors?

The federal Medicaid program is well known as the national government’s approach to providing safety net health coverage for those living below the recognized poverty line. Thousands of those receiving welfare benefits from the federal government also receive Medicaid coverage as well.   The program regularly pumps hundreds of billions into all 50 states as… Continue reading Can Medicaid Be Managed Better For Seniors?

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Reaction To Injury As An Adjustment Process

As we grow and age, various sets of expectations change and evolve. The nature or direction of these changes depends on our species-specific and individual, genetically inherited developmental capacities, as well as the proscribed roles and the ethnic and social status we are born into. Other aspects, such as the prevailing political-ideological climate and religious… Continue reading Reaction To Injury As An Adjustment Process

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