The brain has no pain receptors. It knows all your thoughts, but can’t feel a thing. That’s why neurosurgeons don’t apply anesthesia to the parts of the brain they operate on.
– neuroscience.stanford.edu (Stanford University)
World Health Day on Friday, April 7, will focus on depression – a common, treatable illness that can affect anyone.
– who.int (World Health Organization)
Babies are born with 350 bones, but because some fuse together as we grow, adults only have 206.
Your eyeballs are an extension of your brain. They’re attached to a lobe at the back of your head responsible for processing sight information.