Isn’t it amazing how the human body is well-known to us humans, but there is still a lot to discover?
Like this one discovery that the Christmas spirit was located in the brain just a few days ago, which actually has some scientific basis. And then there’s this one from last month, where scientists found that the human cells actually have a clock inside that can determine if you have cancer.
Now another study has found what happens to a person as aging brains internal clock decline. Read more in this report by Raf Ellen Bichell on NPR:
As Aging Brain’s Internal Clock Fades, A New Timekeeper May Kick In
Ever notice the catnaps that older relatives take in the middle of the day? Or how grandparents tend to be early risers? You’re not alone. Colleen McClung did, too. A neuroscientist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, McClung wanted to know what was going on in the brain that changes people’s daily rhythms as they age. Read more…
Brain diseases are really horrible. Doesn’t matter if you’re the one or a loved one have it, because it will break your heart in the worst possible ways. So this discovery about the aging brains internal clock will hopefully help solve the mystery phenomena behind dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, and more.
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