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Neurogastroenterology: The Study of Our Second Brain by Amy C. Facebook Posted Tue 01 Jan 2013 11:55pm Early in embryogenesis our brains and our gut are formed from the same tissue mass with one half becoming the central nervous system and the other the enteric nervous system, connected by the vagus nerve. Half our nerves are located in our brain, and half in the gut which translates into a lot more than feeling butterflies in our stomach when w ... Read on »
Second Brain Energy Formula Review Honest Testimonial by Salmony Posted Tue 12 Mar 2013 6:14pm According to over 500 customers testimonials this ebook contains useful information. The Special Guide was released on 2010-03-03 by FEELFREE08, Second Brain Energy Formula . This great Ebook has been around longer than any direct competitor and the guide received only positive testimonials and reviews. However, only a few can rival its general app ... Read on »
Normal Gut Flora and the “Second Brain” by Krystal Plonski Posted Wed 01 Jun 2011 12:00am http://www.customprobiotics.com/_images/intestinal-microflora-410.jpg I loved the NPR article about Gut Bacteria: “Gut Bacteria Knows Secrets About Your Future” (6/10/11), mostly because it re-emphasized everything that I am learning at Naturopathic Medical school. Not only is the gut a great place for normal gut flora bacteria to ... Read on »
Second Brain Death Exam Unnecessary, Study Finds by Medline Plus Posted Wed 15 Dec 2010 4:00pm Families sometimes have to endure an extra day or more of waiting for final diagnosis Wednesday, December 15, 2010 WEDNESDAY, Dec. 15 (HealthDay News) -- Making families wait for a second exam to confirm a brain death diagnosis is not only unnecessary but may make it less likely that the ... Read on »
Introducing Our Second and Third Brains: We Do Think With Our Heart and Instinct by Gabriella Kortsch Ph.D. Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 May 2009 11:54pm 1 Comment Neuro-scientists have finally done it! They have demonstrated that we have a brain in our heart and another in our intestines. What we have in each of these, in actual fact, is an extensive mass of neurons that behave in a fashion similar to the neurons contained in the brain, and that appear to function at mega-speeds, often much greater than ... Read on »
Introducing Our Second and Third Brains: We Do Think With Our Heart and Instinct by Gabriella Kortsch Ph.D. Patient Expert Posted Tue 22 Mar 2011 12:25pm Neuro-scientists have finally done it! They have demonstrated that we have a brain in our heart and another in our intestines. What we have in each of these, in actual fact, is an extensive mass of neurons that behave in a fashion similar to the neurons contained in the brain, and that appear to function at mega-speeds, often much greater than ... Read on »
Introducing Our Second & Third Brains: We Do Think With Our Heart and Instinct by Gabriella Kortsch Ph.D. Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Mar 2013 9:01am Neuro-scientists have finally done it! They have demonstrated that we have a brain in our heart and another in our intestines. What we have in each of these, in actual fact, is an extensive mass of neurons that behave in a fashion similar to the neurons contained in the brain, and that appear to function at mega-speeds, often much greater ... Read on »
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Brain Structural Deficits May Contribute to Increased Connections in Brain Regions Implicated in Depression by Dan Lukasik Posted Tue 09 Jul 2013 7:26pm Major depressive disorder is associated with dysregulation of brain regions including the prefrontal cortex and limbic system.  Read the Story Read on »
New MRI Technique Measures Brain Structure and Function to Diagnose or Rule Out Alzheimer's Disease by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Wed 16 Nov 2011 7:44pm The importance of this study should not be underestimated. The ability to rule in (diagnose), or rule out, Alzheimer's disease is critical. A person could present with dementia like symptoms but be suffering from an illness or disease that can be treated. Alzheimer's Reading Room Doctor often diagnose Alzheimer's without an MRI, and mo ... Read on »