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A man with a traumatic brain injury developed the remarkable ability to see the world mathematically.
An unusual (and creepy) experiment reveals that the blood of young mice can revitalize mental capacities in older mice.
Pessimists tend to have a very negative outlook on life. New research shows that this outlook isn't their fault! Anthony discusses how the brain of a pessimist is very different than the brain of an optimist!
Brain development during your childhood is critically important. How will some of your experiences affect you in adulthood? Trace is joined by Dr. Kiki Sanford to break down a few of the ways that it will change you for the rest of your life!
Have you ever heard the phrase, "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger?" Annie joins DNews today to discuss some interesting cases of people who experienced severe injuries that led them to develop weird new abilities.
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