The plain answer is that we do not know, but we do have some hypotheses. What it is clear is that sleeping and the brain are very closely related, so this question belongs to the field of neuroscience.
THE MIND’S MIRROR A new type of neuron–called a mirror neuron–could help explain how we learn through mimicry and why we empathize with others. By LEA WINERMAN Monitor Staff October 2005, Vol 36, No. 9 Print version: page 48 You’re walking through a park when out of nowhere, the man in front of you gets smacked
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If you’re like most people, before buying eggs at the grocery store you open the carton to check for broken shells.
Over the last few decades, research had been conducted seeking to explain how acupuncture works and what it can and cannot treat.
It’s funny how some things come to be accepted as normal just because the larger flock is engaging in them…If your “medicine cabinet” isn’t overflowing with cough syrups and pain-killers you’re odd.
Let’s get graph right to the point. There is no magic bullet, the easy way out is the wrong way, and quick fixes never stand the test of time.
The harvest season is a time to prepare your body for the cold winter ahead. Your diet should shift toward richer, denser foods that will provide you with extra energy and warmth.
Did you ever notice that the biggest hill of a rollercoaster is always somewhere in the beginning of the ride? This is so that the cars can develop enough momentum from the first hill to propel them through the rest of the course. Getting to the top of that first hill, however, takes some work.
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