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The toosie slide and other delights

The ageing brain is capable of growth and development. How do I know this? This morning, to my wife’s considerable annoyance, I set myself the target of completing the Times mild sudoku in 15 minutes or less. She dislikes any … Continue reading

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Links

First link. As promised, a follow-up to my previous post. Second link. I can recommend Lost and Found , a recently published book by Dr Jules Montague, a neurologist from London with whom I shared a discussion on Radio Scotland … Continue reading

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The Mystery of Edradour

In the press recently, there have been a number of reports of strange transformations that have taken place in individuals after¬† stroke. One example from a couple of weeks ago is that of the Englishman in his seventies who emerged … Continue reading

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