Exercise: A Prescription for Depression

Exercise is the adult equivalent of the toddler’s broccoli. The more we are told that exercise is good for us, the more entrenched we become in our corporeal stagnation. There hardly exists a form of media that does not participate in the admonishment. Even in our local grocery store, no sooner have we filled our […]

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The Neuroscience of Movement

This is part three of our four-part introduction to neuroscience series. For a review of the five senses, please see our previous article. A review of the foundational concepts in neuroscience may also serve to enhance the reader’s understanding of the forthcoming article. We have included a review of the anatomical terms of location below to […]

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The Neuroscience of the Five Senses

This is part two of our four-part introduction to neuroscience series. For a review of the foundational concepts in neuroscience, please see our previous article. We have included a review of the anatomical terms of location below to assist readers unfamiliar with anatomical terminology. Anatomical Terms of Location A quick note regarding neuroanatomical nomenclature: the […]

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Foundational Concepts in Neuroscience

The following article is part one of our four-part introduction to neuroscience series. The articles will be released separately, but together will seek to produce a coherent story of the brain. We will begin at the cellular level; then explore the five senses; then discuss the systems involved in generating movement; and finally we will […]

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