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Fish Can Lower Risk of Depression by 20% in Men, 16% in Women

Fish can lower the risk of depression, say Chinese researchers, citing a sample study that involved 150 out of 278 participants. Fish, known for its Omega 3 fatty acids, can stimulate dopamine and serotonin levels in the human brain and these chemicals are major players in triggering depression. Several anti-depressant drugs such as SSRIs are manufactured to work directly to ...

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Computers will exceed human abilities soon, says scientist; What Next?

Since human brain stopped evolution or barely changed in the last 150,000 years, there is a possibility that computers will overtaken them in he near future with their exponentially promising capabilities and processing power, say scientists. Since the brain of Homo sapiens was able to create instruments, the species has not needed to modify its biology to survive changes, so ...

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Researchers Pinpoint Where Memories are Generated in Brain

An international team of researchers has successfully determined where memories are generated with a level of precision that has been never achieved before. The researchers were able to pinpoint this location down to specific circuits of the human brain. “We have been able to locate the generation of human memories to certain neuronal layers within the hippocampus and the entorhinal ...

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