Mind & Brain Videos
August 28, 2015

Reuters - Business Video Online (Aug. 25, 2015) — New figures show the global cost of dementia could reach $1 trillion dollars by 2018. As Hayley Platt report one altzeimers organisation is calling on businesses to help. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Newsy (Aug. 25, 2015) — A prominent right-to-die group was ordered Monday to pay nearly $33,000 to the family of a Minnesota woman it helped commit suicide. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Newsy (Aug. 25, 2015) — Sha Yao’s Eatwell dining set features bright colors, slanted plates and bowls and suction cups to prevent spilling. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Reuters - US Online Video (Aug. 24, 2015) — Toronto police say the hacking of the Ashley Madison cheating website has sparked extortion attempts and at least two unconfirmed suicides. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Newsy (Aug. 21, 2015) — A meta-study of hundreds of research papers shows as many as two-thirds of Alzheimer's cases share common risk factors. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

AP (Aug. 19, 2015) — After two rejections, Sprout Pharmaceuticals now has federal approval for the first drug to treat female hypoactive sex-drive disorder. But the USDA is making the company include a black box warning about side effects. (Aug. 18) Video provided by AP ... watch video

Newsy (Aug. 18, 2015) — An Amazon bestseller is grabbing parents' attention. The author claims the book can help kids fall asleep faster than the average bedtime story. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Newsy (Aug. 14, 2015) — Time is of the essence, so here's a look at the best times of the day to do just about everything. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Aug. 13, 2015) — The discovery of a "honeycomb pattern" in the brains of combat veterans' who survived IED blasts may provide clues to the neurological impact of warfare, according to researchers at Johns Hopkins University. Jillian Kitchener reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Newsy (Aug. 12, 2015) — Researchers at Dartmouth College have mapped a part of the brain that they say makes you trust friends and strangers differently. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Newsy (Aug. 11, 2015) — A NASA report documenting drowsy air traffic controllers is making headlines, even though it's almost three years old. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

AP (Aug. 7, 2015) — A University of Connecticut speech program is one of a growing number of clinics with programs to teach transgender people how to sound more like the sex they identify with. (Aug. 7) Video provided by AP ... watch video

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Aug. 6, 2015) — A robotic fly catcher has the potential to speed up the rate of scientific understanding into neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Ben Gruber has more. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Newsy (Aug. 4, 2015) — Some of the most prolific Instagrammers happen to be some of the world's most notorious dictators. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Newsy (Aug. 4, 2015) — The squeaks of bonobos could tell us a lot about the evolution of human language, specifically a concept called functional flexibility. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Reuters - US Online Video (Aug. 3, 2015) — A new study finds preschoolers with severely selective eating habits are much more likely to have depression or social anxiety than kids who consumed a wide variety of foods. Jennifer Davis reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

Newsy (Aug. 3, 2015) — A study published in the journal Pediatrics suggests children with a high aversion to certain foods might develop mood disorders later in life. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Newsy (July 31, 2015) — All work and no play? Or work hard, play hard? Research is divided on the effect of time off on productivity. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Newsy (July 29, 2015) — When we practice, it doesn't improve parts of the brain, according to a new study. Researchers say raw talent is a bit more important than we thought. Video provided by Newsy ... watch video

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (July 27, 2015) — A remote-controlled brain implant that can determine the path a mouse walks is being developed by scientists who hope it could one day be used to treat a range of neurological disorders in humans by wirelessly targeting therapies to specific neural networks. Matthew Stock reports. Video provided by Reuters ... watch video

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