Tricks and tips on how to train and tame thoughts

We are the sender. We can choose what thoughts we want to emit to the world. We are also the recipients of our thoughts. They not only go out to others but they boomerang back to us.

published on : 11th December 2022

Karnataka Brain Health Initiative ensures mental healthcare at ground level 

He was speaking at the Karnataka Brain Health Initiative’s (Ka-BHI) ‘Reflection to Action’ event at the National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (Nimhans).

published on : 10th December 2022

Karnataka Health Minister launches vaccine campaign against brain fever 

Arrangements are being made in all health institutions, Anganwadi centres and other community areas. The vaccine will be supplied free of cost by the government, he said. 

published on : 5th December 2022

Elon Musk’s company aims to soon test brain implant in people

The interface, produced by Musk's start-up Neuralink, would allow the user to communicate directly with computers through their thoughts.

published on : 2nd December 2022

Two-time cancer survivor, Bengali actor Aindrila dies at 24 after brain stroke  

She was a two-time cancer survivor and was diagnosed with primitive neuro-ectodermal (PNET) in the spine in 2015.

published on : 21st November 2022

How to beat brain burnout

Identify your most energetic time during the day. Don’t assume it’s the morning hours because it differs for everybody.

published on : 20th November 2022

Brainwave-reading implant lets paralysed man spell out 1,100 words

Last year the team of UCSF researchers showed that a brain implant called a brain–computer interface could translate 50 very common words when the man attempted to say them in full.

published on : 9th November 2022

Poland-based ed-tech platform Brainly fires nearly all staff in India 

Poland-based edtech platform Brainly have a user base of "over 5.5 crore Indian students, parents and teachers" who rely on the platform to accelerate learning through its doubt clearance classes.

published on : 6th November 2022

Life after a brain stroke: What you should know

Brain stroke can be debilitating as it affects the brain by cutting off the oxygen supply causing long-term disabilities. If treated within the ‘golden period’ of 4.5 hours, the outcomes are better.

published on : 27th October 2022

Toxic air pollution particles found in lungs, livers, brains of unborn babies: Study

The study was conducted with non-smoking mothers in Scotland and Belgium, in places with relatively low air pollution.

published on : 6th October 2022

Study highlights what connects human senses and thoughts

Understanding these mechanisms is essential for creating future treatments for neuropsychiatric illnesses such as sensory-processing problems, schizophrenia, and ADHD, as well as strokes etc.

published on : 2nd October 2022

Rare procedure rids woman of tumour in Bengaluru

The woman was operated on when awake and fully conscious, although medicines were given to ensure that she doesn’t feel any pain.

published on : 24th August 2022

Covid increases risk of brain fog, dementia, psychiatric conditions: Lancet report

Children were more likely to be diagnosed with some conditions, including seizures and psychotic disorders, says the study.

published on : 18th August 2022

Intense thinking can make you feel mentally exhausted: Study

We shift toward low-cost actions requiring no effort or waiting as cognitive fatigue sets in, researchers explain.

published on : 14th August 2022

'Game of Thrones' star Emilia Clarke astonished by her speech ability after two brain aneurysms

Clarke was reported to have suffered from aphasia following her aneurysms, which is a language disorder affecting a person's ability to communicate.

published on : 18th July 2022

All for grey matter: Tips for a healthy brain

We can’t really see the brain and that’s why we take it for granted, but our brain is working throughout the day and night, performing multiple functions and taking care of our body too.

published on : 18th July 2022

How do community libraries serve rural youths of Jharkhand? Read on

An initiative of Jamtara DC, community libraries have replaced old, dilapidated panchayat or school buildings lying unused for years, writes Mukesh Ranjan.

published on : 17th July 2022

Digital amnesia: Technological boom, a mere doom for your memory 

Digital amnesia is creating barriers in the way people think, recall and remember  

published on : 17th July 2022

Battle of anatomy: Male vs female brains

Why do women make better leaders, men better soldiers? Growing evidence in gender research explains the differential indicators in male and female minds.

published on : 10th July 2022

Fall from cot kills labourer, family donates organs

Life was going well for Krishnappa, who toiled hard to provide quality education and a bright future to his five children. But on the morning of June 23, he accidentally fell off the cot at home.

published on : 27th June 2022
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