Renowned neuroscientist James Fallon talks about his family's violent history and how he discovered that his own brain's anatomy predisposes him to psychopathy.
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In an effort to eventually produce transplantable heart muscle, scientists have pioneered a way to grow functioning human heart cells on the cellulose scaffolding of spinach leaves, which closely resembles the organ's veiny structure. Worcester Polytechnic Institute's Dr Glenn Gaudette and Joshua Gershlak join Weekly Infusion
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Nelson Dellis transformed his "average" memory into one of the best in the world. Learn some of his tricks as he regales us with his amazing memory skills. Nelsondellis.com
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Lauren Marks, author of "A Stitch Of Time" talks about recovering from a on stage brain aneurism at age 27 while performing in Scotland. She talks with Dr. Drew and Dr. Bruce about her recovery and brain function both before and after the rupture.
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Nicole Angemi returns! Can she stump the doctors? Tune in as Nicole joins Dr. Drew and Dr. Bruce to talk about her work as a pathology assistant and she subjects them to another round of Mystery Diagnosis. Play along at drdrew.com.
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