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The brain has some intense energy needs thanks to the unique role it plays in the body.
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Christopher Giza, professor of pediatric neurology and neurosurgery, explains what happens when you’re knocked out.
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Mark Goldberg, chair of the department of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics at UT Southwestern Medical Center, answers your questions about strokes.
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Cognitive psychologist Sian Beilock, explains performance anxiety, choking under pressure, and what we can do to perform our best.
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Signed languages are as complex as any other language, but the brain may treat them differently.
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Denise Park breaks down what happens to the brain and cognition as we get older.
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Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders are more common than you might think, and can cause severe problems for those affected.
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Diets high in fat and low in carbohydrates can reduce the frequency of epileptic seizures.
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Not all seizures are as dramatic as the ones you see on TV.
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Michael Rogawski discusses the similarities between migraine attacks and epileptic seizures and what they might mean for treating the two conditions.
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Fear experts Michael Telch, a psychologist at the University of Texas, and Kerry Ressler, a psychiatrist at Emory University, explain how facing our fears can retrain the brain.
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Most people feel a little anxious when they go to the doctor. Some see their blood pressure spike. Andrew Sherwood explains why.
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