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Immune cells in the meninges monitor fluid released from the brain. If the fluid contains signs of infection, disease, or damage, the immune cells initiate an immune response to tackle the problem.
Mice exposed to COVID-19 through the nasal passage, researchers noted a rapid and escalated attack on the brain by the virus that triggered a more severe outcome of the infection, even after the lungs were cleared of the disease. Researchers also found…
With the help of water-dwelling hydras, researchers discover new evidence that animals acquire the need to sleep before developing a brain.
Here is just one proof that the mind is not the brain. First, here is the brain (includes most of the section in gray): Now, each person has what is called a “tranfixridic program.” A person’s tranfixridic program determines what they are and what they will be. This program is…
A great animated video from the Youth Council of the Mental Health Commission of Canada, about what it means to put recovery principles to practice for youth.
Comedian Kevin Breel goes behind the laughter to talk about what it’s like to live with depression and why it’s so important to combat stigma.
A brief but comprehensive look at Imposter Syndrome.
A short look at the science, pros and cons behind transcranial direct stimulation, or tCDS.
A lovely short video about a mother who goes through the forensic mental health care system and recovers and regains custody of her son.
Tips on how to stay strong from the Chrissy B. Show.
A beautiful video poem about a forensic mental health success story.
An interesting half-hour lecture by Rockefeller neuroscientist Leslie Vosshall about the brain, scent, and taste.
Award-winning short documentary about the benefits of digital health tools for mental health.