A blind beggar had a brother who died.
What relation was the blind beggar to the brother who died?
“Brother” is not the answer.
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“More than one-third of U.S. adults are taking prescription medications that may lead to depression, new research finds. The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, warns that depression is a potential side effect of more than 200 commonly prescribed medications, [Read more…] about When Healthcare ignores Mental Health: 200 common prescription medications increase depression risk
In the image above, courtesy of Heathrow Express. you can see 27 trains on the tracks.
Quick — can you spot the outlier?
(Not necessarily “wrong”, just different from all other trains) [Read more…] about Fun brain teasers for kids and adults: Which train is going the “wrong” way? And, where is that bus going?
Looking for some fun–and free–cognitive stimulation over the weekend? Here you have a few quick brain teasers to challenge your attention and your working memory (working memory is the capacity to keep information in your mind while working on processing and integrating it)
Please give them a try…they are not as easy as they may seem 🙂 [Read more…] about 5 quick brain teasers to sharpen two key cognitive skills: attention and working memory
Please enjoy this fun brain teaser, provided by puzzle master Wes Carroll.
Which number should be placed in the empty triangle? [Read more…] about Brain Teaser to test your pattern recognition and other cognitive skills: The Empty Triangle
Although medication is the primary treatment for adults with ADHD, and has good empirical support, many adults would rather not take it. For these adults with ADHD, it would be helpful to know whether medication is likely to provide significant benefits above and beyond those they would gain from well-conducted therapy, or whether they are likely to derive roughly equivalent benefits from therapy alone. [Read more…] about Study: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) + Medication outperforms CBT alone to treat ADHD symptoms among adults. At the same time…