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Massa Mohamed Ali

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    Do placebo treatments actually work? Evidence from neuroimaging studies

    Many of us have probably heard about placebo treatments and their deceiving effects on patients. While placebos do not have active properties, they may...

    Looking for Upper Body Strength? Advice from a Certified Personal Trainer

    With minimal equipment, gym closures, and virtual classes, gaining muscle strength can be difficult at home. Gyms have been closed for a while, and...

    The Brain and Fear: How do we process fear?

    The human brain is one of the most fascinating organs in our bodies. It is made up of more than 100 billion neurons (nerve...

    Positive Emotions Predict Less Memory Loss

    Many of us have experienced the disorientation that comes with memory lapses. Whether it's talking about a movie and realizing you can't remember its...

    The Valuable Benefits of Journaling

    What is journaling? Journaling is the act of keeping a record of personal experiences, reflections, thoughts, and feelings. This record does not have to...

    A brain Fitbit: Elon Musk’s latest project

    What if we could record and download memories? What if we were able to communicate using telepathy and control our devices with only our...

    UTM’s New Mental Health Resources

    The University of Toronto Mississauga’s Office of Student Affairs has developed a Mental Health Supports website for its students, faculty, and staff. The primary categories include mental...

    Do placebo treatments actually work? Evidence from neuroimaging studies

    Many of us have probably heard about placebo treatments and their deceiving effects on patients. While placebos do not have active properties, they may...

    Looking for Upper Body Strength? Advice from a Certified Personal Trainer

    With minimal equipment, gym closures, and virtual classes, gaining muscle strength can be difficult at home. Gyms have been closed for a while, and...

    The Brain and Fear: How do we process fear?

    The human brain is one of the most fascinating organs in our bodies. It is made up of more than 100 billion neurons (nerve...

    Positive Emotions Predict Less Memory Loss

    Many of us have experienced the disorientation that comes with memory lapses. Whether it's talking about a movie and realizing you can't remember its...

    The Valuable Benefits of Journaling

    What is journaling? Journaling is the act of keeping a record of personal experiences, reflections, thoughts, and feelings. This record does not have to...

    A brain Fitbit: Elon Musk’s latest project

    What if we could record and download memories? What if we were able to communicate using telepathy and control our devices with only our...

    UTM’s New Mental Health Resources

    The University of Toronto Mississauga’s Office of Student Affairs has developed a Mental Health Supports website for its students, faculty, and staff. The primary categories include mental...

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