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Posted on December 6, 2013 by Shane O’Mara La Balzana, beautiful Siena, the extravagant, the eccentric, sitting atop a hill in Tuscany, is another world. Once a medieval town of wealth and consequence; later marooned, isolated and preserved by the Black Death and the shifting … Continue reading

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Roles for the subiculum in spatial information processing, memory, motivation and the temporal control of behaviour. Posted on October 9, 2013 by Shane O’Mara Modified drawing of the neural circuitry of the rodent hippocampus. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Take-home message: The … Continue reading

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Resveratrol as an exercise mimetic – direct comparisons with aerobic exercise, and positive effects on cognitive function:  Resveratrol (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Aerobic exercise has marked effects on cognitive function, even in an elderly group at risk for  Alzheimer’s disease. Aerobic … Continue reading

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