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Fly toy helicopters with your mind. Be a DJ and shift musical tracks based on how you feel. Wiggle robotic cat ears by increasing your state of calm. Astonishing advances in the ability to harness brain waves have made the fantastic notion of moving and...
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Have a question for Dr. Blythe? Write to her at AskThePediatrician@tribune.com. For more information on Dr. Blythe, go to pediatricassociates.com. April 29, 2013 Q: My 5-year-old daughter just had her adenoids and tonsils removed because of snoring...
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We can’t remember everything. Maybe that’s why we dream. Researchers at Northwestern University suggest as much in a recent study in the Journal of Neuroscience. Money was involved. The 60 participants in the study were told how much...
Dreams defy even the dreamer, slipping away as stealthily as they arrive in a mind made credulous by sleep. But what if scientists could read our dreams by using the most advanced medical imaging machines and employing the sophisticated algorithms that...
For most of the 60,000 or so people who go under general anesthesia each day for surgeries and other medical procedures, the drugs work well — rendering a patient unconscious, immobile and unable to feel pain, as well as ensuring that he or she...
Call it kismet. Cristy and Rick Spooner of Rancho Santa Margarita finally learned two and a half weeks ago that two of their three daughters have a rare genetic disorder, a diagnosis for which they waited more than a decade. All it took was reconnecting...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - Now there are 135. That's how many medical tests, treatments and other procedures - many used for decades - physicians have now identified as almost always unnecessary and often harmful, and which doctors and patients should...
Andrew Ingley wanted to improve his focus and his creativity. So Ingley, a manager of a chiropractor's office, turned to a creative method that he says helped him in both areas: He examined and learned to control his brain waves. Ingley, 39, recently...
An Indianapolis mother faces more than a dozen felony charges after investigators say video showed her repeatedly choking her 15-month-old son at a hospital. Police arrested Dashana Oldham, 20, on preliminary charges of neglect and battery after a doctor...
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Inside the human skull lies a 3-pound mystery. The brain — a command center composed of tens of billions of branching neurons — controls who we are, what we do and how we feel. "It's the most amazing information structure anybody has ever...
HealthLast week, at the end of my workday, I called my husband and asked, “You’re picking up Kaari and Macy, right? I don’t have to worry about picking anyone up, right?” Kaari is our daughter. Macy is our dog. One was at a summer camp....
What do zombies and androids have in common? They're almost human, but not quite. That disconnect is creepy, in a way that scientists are searching to understand. The uncanny valley is the idea that as a robot's appearance becomes more and more...
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