Sensory Exotica author on color

A brief Q&A session of Howard Hughes, author of “Sensory Exotica: A World beyond Human Experience” was published at TheDartmouth.com.   While not directly related to light sensitivity per-se,...

Your brain processes visual information you don’t realize you see

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Migraine World Summit 2018: Free to Stream

The 2018 Migraine World Summit is scheduled to take place April 18-26.  The numerous presenters appear to be mostly academics covering the latest in migraine research. Presentations can be viewed...

Year in review: highlights of headache and migraine research in 2016

Highlights of headache and migraine research in 2016 was published on MedScape.com by Dr. Hans-Christoph Diener of University of Essen, Germany.  He writes on the latest in complications of migraines,...

Japanese researchers find correlation between changes in atmospheric pressure and migraines

In 2011, Japanese researchers studied 28 migraine patients (full text here) living within 10 km of the Utsunomiya Meteorological Observatory in Japan to investigate whether atmospheric pressure may contribute to migraine symptoms....

Ketogenic diet reduces migraines

Want to reduce migraines while losing more weight than you ever thought possible?  It may sound too good to be true - but it's not.  Ketosis can be achieved...

Stem Cell-Derived Microvesicles Improve Cognition in Damaged Brains

Exciting news published recently in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows progress towards therapy that may one day protect and heal damaged brains.  Importantly,  grafting of the microvesicles...

Migraine sufferers at higher risk of stroke after surgery

According to a recent study published online in the British Medical Journal, those that suffer migraine are at an increased risk of stroke after surgery and hospital re-admission within...

Apple macOS Mojave: A visual tour of Dark Mode

Writers at ArsTechnica reviewed the upcoming MacOS codename Mojave including the dark mode functionality Apple backed right in to the operating system.  It features everything from app integration to dynamic...

Website upgrades nearing completion

After a lengthy delay our website upgrades are mostly complete!  The following are some of the improvements you'll see, and some you might not notice right away: darker appearance...
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