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A New Way to Care for Young Brains

Source: New York Times
Date: 5 May 2013
In the last three years, dozens of youth concussion clinics have opened in nearly 35 states — the proliferation of clinics, however, comes at a time when there is still no agreed-upon, established formula for treating the injuries.

How the Brain Really Works

Source: Wall Street Journal
Date: 3 May 2013
New techniques are letting researchers look at the activity of the whole brain at once.

A Little Brain Training Goes a Long Way

Source: Nature
Date: 1 May 2013
People who use a "brain-workout" program for just 10 hours have a mental edge over their peers even a year later, researchers report today in PLoS ONE.