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Alcune foto scattate da Adam Voorhes, su incarico di “Scientific”, una rivista americana: cervelli deformati, danneggiati e rari conservati in formaldeide e lasciati all’interno della University of Texas, Mental Hospital, nel 1960.


Altre immagini qui: http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/in-sight/wp/2014/09/29/the-odd-beauty-of-60-year-old-preserved-brains-from-the-texas-state-mental-hospital/

One year ago today

I went on ssris exactly one year ago today. It was a really difficult decision at the time. I’m trying so hard to be happy and healthy and honest, y'all and some days I feel worse and some days I fuck it up but for the first time, I am trying. Big hugs to anybody struggling with their brain or their life, I love you.

Diabetes’ Sugars Linked to Alzheimer’s Brain Plaques 

Diabetes and Alzheimer’s could have a cause-and-effect connection, according to a study published this week.

According to a team from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, elevated glucose in the blood caused increased levels of amyloid beta, a fundamental ingredient of brain plaques in Alzheimer’s brains, in mice.

Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2015/05/diabetes-sugars-linked-alzheimers-brain-plaques

A volte trovo disegni che.

Ei Fu. Siccome cerebrale,
dati gli stanchi neuroni,
stette l’attività generale
orba di tanti libroni,
così percossa, attonita
la studentessa allo studio sta,
muta pensando all’ultima
volta che ha avuto libertà;
nè sa quando una simile
gioia davvero riaccadrà
i suoi cruenti libroni
a calpestarla verran.