Auditory Illusions are created by the human mind, in an attempt to make sense out of incongruous noise. Vision, stereo hearing, and the brain's ability to fill in the gaps create reproducible sound illusions. This article contains the McGurk Effect, Falling Bells, and Shepard tones, among others.
Athletes need to pay attention to temperature regulation in endurance sporting events to maintain a balance between heat production and loss. Heat is lost through evaporation, radiation, conduction convection and respiration. While heat is produced by muscular activity, basal metabolism and...
What are the sources of drugs? Plants, Animals, Minerals, Laboratories and Microorganisms! Read to know in details about the different drug sources...
The EEG "flat line" has indicated death, even when other organs function. In 2013, medical researchers discovered in coma patients a deeper level of (un)consciousness at which brain activity re-starts.
Nothing is limiting the growth of the human population, even disaster, illness, and abortion, so population numbers are set to increase and the openings for healthcare providers needed with them.
The worst tuberculosis epidemic in this country in the past 20 years is hidden from the public in Jacksonville, Florida. TB facts, TB signs and symptoms and treatment are all covered in this article.
Learn about foods that help prevent the flu, colds and other illnesses by boosting your immune system. Also tips about how lifestyle choices can keep you healthy.
Copper bracelets are not just pretty to look at they have health benefits too! Includes an amazing discovery by a young forensic psychologist whose invention will help cure mrsa!
How the human brain communicates to the body via motor neuron nerve cells. Includes how the spinal cord passes on electrical messages. And the rather strange phenomenon of Transient Global Amnesia.
Whether you've moved or are unhappy with your current doctor, you must de-enroll from your current doctor with the Ministry of Health before a new doctor can accept you as a patient. Here's how ...