"Life kinetics" is a way to get the brain to keep learning and form new synapses. The basic idea is to combine physical movement with mental gymnastics. As soon as you've mastered one exercise, the next one is waiting.
Dortmund police have asked the public to ID a man with severe amnesia found in a freight train with just books and an asthma spray. He is otherwise of sound mind. The only thing missing, police say, is his memory.
Kids learn super spy skills at a unique summer camp in Washington, DC. Tracking an elusive Agent X teaches them operational awareness, personal safety, memory and communication.
Our lives seem controlled – even constrained – by time. But unlike other animals, humans can revisit the past and have visions of the future, as neuroscientist Dean Buonomano tells DW's Zulfikar Abbany.
The Nazis murdered about 300,000 people with mental illnesses. Some of the victims' brains were handed over for research, and some are still held at German institutes. It's time to identify the victims.
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