Author: DynamicBrain Inc.
Publication: Monthly Newsletter
Published Date: November 22, 2016
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Physical rehabilitation isn’t enough for knee injuries
Kind regards,Frieda Fanni
DynamicBrain Inc. is the Canadian partner of Posit Science Corporation providing brain fitness program BrainHQ in English and French.
Anyone who has ever had a knee injury is well aware of just how much effort it takes to recover fully. It turns out that physical rehab is not enough on its own. The brain of a knee injury patient may not recover at the same pace. Training your brain looks to be the missing key to get your body fully fit. Read more about how the brains of people with knee injuries differ from uninjured people, here
How depression in a mother affects a child
Giving your child every possible benefit is the goal of any new mother. Many will alter their diet, change fitness routines and take beneficial vitamin supplements to ensure a healthy and thriving child. While awareness of depression during pregnancy has increased, it is only now that direct connections have been made between a mother's mental health and the brain development of early childhood. Read more here
The truth is that brain scans can’t be lied to
We've all seen tense scenes in movies or tv shows where someone is given a Polygraph test to determine their innocence or guilt. While a Polygraph machine measures a few physiological symptoms, an fMRI scan has a much better rate of recording the areas of the brain associated with telling lies. There is simply no way to trick our own brain from knowing whether or not we're lying. Find out how they conducted these tests here