Monthly Archives: September 2014

Alcohol withdrawal in movies or literature?

Alcohol withdrawal syndrome presents in about 5–10% of heavy chronic addicts after one or two weeks of relative or absolute abstinence (e.g. after admission into the hospital for an unrelated illness). Its manifestations (singularly or in combination) are tremulousness, visual … Continue reading

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Art is a window to the brain.

Art is a window to the mind. As painting is a product of the artist’s brain, stroke usually entails significant changes of the expression of figurative artists. Thus, these artistic changes, which are generally stereotyped, should reflect specific neural dysfunction. … Continue reading

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The brain is a matter of time

What is human life without time perception? Is there a region of the brain that is specifically working for time perception? Now, there is no evidence of that. Actually, many regions of the brain work conjointly to provide time perception. … Continue reading

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