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Fathers' Brains Change When Taking On Primary Caregiver Role

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May 27, 2014
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According to a new study, fathers who are their child's primary caregiver undergo brain changes that make them more sensitive to baby's needs. Video provided by Newsy


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Being Only Caregiver to an Ailing Family Member Is One of the Most Stressful Jobs

Being Only Caregiver to an Ailing Family Member Is One of the Most Stressful Jobs

CBC (Feb. 21, 2013) — It's a huge decision to become a sole caregiver for an ailing family member and those who do should be mindful of their own well-being, experts are cautioning.
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Parkinson's Drug Linked to Artistic Spark

Parkinson's Drug Linked to Artistic Spark

Reuters (Feb. 11, 2013) — A drug used to ease the symptoms of Parkinson's disease has also been found to boost the creativity of patients who are taking it. Levodopa is designed to increase dopamine levels in the brains of Parkinson's patients suffering from tremors, but researchers in Israel say that in some patients, it's also sparking an outpouring of artistic expression.
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The Power of Touch: Stimulate Oxytocin, Stimulate Love

The Power of Touch: Stimulate Oxytocin, Stimulate Love

FORA.tv (May 13, 2013) — The role of touch in emotional expression is clear. A hug, a high-five, a caress can all convey feeling and help relieve stress or pain. The sensations of touch can also play an important role in the creative process of some artists, in particular artists who are hearing or sight impaired or acutely sensitive to touch.
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