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A new neuroimaging study identifies migraine sufferers have enlarged perivascular spaces in a brain region called the centrum semiovale.

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1 in 5 people who receive CPR report lucid experiences of death while they are seemingly unconscious and on the brink of death. The lucid experiences appear to be different from hallucinations, dreams, illusions, and delusions. Researchers found during these experiences the brain has heightened activity and markers for lucidity, suggesting the human sense of self, like other biological functions, may not completely stop around the time of death.
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1% of the population identifies as asexual, a sexual orientation defined as lacking sexual attraction to others. While asexual people lack sexual attraction, it does not mean they do not desire romantic attachments or relationships. Researchers reveal asexual people often feel more satisfied when they were invested in a committed relationship.
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Childhood trauma significantly increases the risk of being diagnosed with a mental health disorder later in life. For children who experienced emotional abuse, the most prevalent disorder reported was anxiety. Trauma also increased the risks for psychosis, OCD, and bipolar disorder. Significantly, those who experience trauma during childhood were 15 times more likely to be diagnosed with borderline personality disorder later in life.