- Vaughan Bell looks at the role of psychologists in developing commercial chocolates.
- Tom Stafford has written a piece on transient overeating where he discusses the brain’s reward circuits.
- John Hawks considers man’s relation to Reindeer and how this might have helped them to survive.
- The Neurocritic discusses research examining neurophysiological responses to shopping coupons.
- The Neuroskeptic discusses a case of scientism with an intriguing resolution as well as how to write less.
- The Three Shrinkraps are giving away three free novels over the next few days.
- The Connectome features a list of #5 top neuroscience studies in 2012.
- Neurological Correlates discusses a case of a gastric foreign body recovered 25 years later – a felt-tip pen which was still working
- Mo Costandi looks at research in which renal output was converted into brain cells
- Neurochambers has a piece on the Geek Movement
- The Medical Journal of Australia has a piece on the clinical management of Brussel Sprout overconsumption.
- One doctor discusses her wish list here.
- Life in the Fast Lane have a tricky medical quiz which will help the reader to learn a thing or two
- The Cases Blog looks at the longevity of bands versus solo singers
- The BMJ features an article on what advice doctors should offer patients going on space flights
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