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Does anyone have suggestions for a good place to find DIY brain computer interface instructions? I’m not looking to do anything too silly. I would like to start with something like EEG or biosensors that can feed into a laptop. Any info would be great!
Angela Ronson commented on the post, Higher Education Associated With Better Recovery From Traumatic Brain Injury, on the site Neuroscience News 7 years ago
My situation supports this. I wonder just how much u need. I have many followers w/ just hs ed. They have the most problems. It seems some college is helpful. 2yrs? Even a completion of some technical training.
Great research to further understanding of the role of hippocampi in memory. These are my two take home points to ponder on.
“The finding suggests that the CA3 inputs to CA2 modulate the ability of CA2 to sense […]
Sorry if I drop in on this group just like this, as I’m no scientist at all. Just a very interested layperson. So I have a question: does anone know of any reserach or articles about how hyperparathyroidism inflicts the brain? Thanks!
Hello and welcome @komiska ! Everyone is welcome to join and participate in the discussions. Thank you for posting here.
I’m not familiar enough with hyperparathyroidism to give a useful answer, but I did find a few resources to check that may help you find more information.
Links of possible interest:…[Read more]
Thank you very much! Very interesting reads! And scary.
I’m interested , because of personal background:
having a HPT surgery during pregnancy , after doctors found 4,6 calcium level in my blood.
Luckily, everything went well.
Except — I was forgetful before the surgery, and that improved over time. One thing is still very bad since:
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