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Neuroimaging: Thought Consciousness of Coma & Anesthesia

What happens to the brain in a coma and in general anesthesia remains unclear, but it can be theorized that forms of thoughts [active and passive] are transported across the memory.

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Mental Health Neurobiology: Loneliness, Animal Assisted Therapy, But How?

Animal-assisted therapy is an evolving approach where animals help people recover from mental health conditions.

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Brain Science & Psychology: What If Working Memory is Flawed?

Psychological labels may have boxed neuroscience into deeper complexity, hardening new ways to understand the brain in benefit to mental health care.

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Nonsuicidal Self-Injury, Cutting and Self-Harm in Adolescents & Teens

There are studies on the rise of non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) among adolescents and teens.

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Psychotherapy: Biopsychosocial Mechanism of Mental Health Emergency

There are advocates of a biopsychosocial model for psychiatry disorders, not just biological or drug-based psychiatry.

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Neuroplasticity: Cognitive Model of Neurodegeneration and Alzheimer’s

Neurodegeneration is generally described as the loss of structure or function of neurons.

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Brain Science: High Blood Pressure, Stroke Risks of Naps, But How?

A recent study, “Association of Nap Frequency With Hypertension or Ischemic Stroke Supported by Prospective Cohort Data and Mendelian Randomization in Predominantly Middle-Aged European Subjects” published in the Journal of Hypertension observed that “frequent or usual daytime napping in adults was associated with a 12% higher risk of developing high blood pressure and a 24% high risk of having a stroke compared to never napping.”

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