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Hillary Clinton, Parkinson’s Disease, Dementia: Racing Against the Election

The video above provides a summary of what is suspected about Hillary Clinton’s state of neurological health, based upon public information. Over a month ago, we considered whether Hillary Clinton might be suffering from some form of dementia, based upon … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton: Dementia by Any Other Name

Evidence is mounting that Democratic Party nominee for US President, Hillary Clinton, is afflicted with some form of dementia (among other ailments). Ms. Clinton suffered a serious head injury a number of years ago. Since then a number of reports … Continue reading

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Neurotrophins, Neurogenesis, and Depression

Neurotrophins Help Nerve Cells Develop, Function, and Survive Natural brain neurotrophins can encourage neurogenesis, as well as helping to guide neurons to their proper locations in the brain, helping them make functional connections, and promoting their survival under certain adverse … Continue reading

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Human Brain — The Undiscovered Country

[One] region of the brain that is masculinized during development is the amygdala, which in addition to its roles in the processing of emotions is a key region regulating social play behavior by juveniles, sometimes called rough-and-tumble play, which differs … Continue reading

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Brain Wiring and Life Trajectory

Brain Connections and Destiny Smith and his colleagues ran a massive computer analysis to look at how these traits varied among the volunteers, and how the traits correlated with different brain connectivity patterns. The team was surprised to find a … Continue reading

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