A little while back I was lucky enough to have one of my articles about the brain and extreme sports featured on Wildjuket, an inspiring travel blog with a focus on adventure off-the-beaten track. Follow this link to find it.
Folklore will tell you that eating chilli is beneficial for your well-being. But is there any truth to this and what exactly does it do? Inspired by the ubiquitous pot of chilli sauce in every Colombian kitchen, here I’ll summarise the real science about the effects of chilli on the brain and body.
It is with a heavy heart that we bid farewell to Medellin. Its charm and idiosyncrasies were not lost on us. While the cocaine cartels no longer overshadow life in the city, the white powder trail around the Gringo beat is ever present. Here I’ll explore the effects of drugs on the brain and the neuroscience of addiction.… Read More What its like to Live in Medellin, Colombia’s Former Cocaine Capital & the Neuroscience of Addiction
Like the title of this article, the internet is in no short supply of overly simplistic, step-by-step self-help guides. Whether or not the induced nausea is all part of the cleansing process is still up for debate. What’s not in question though is that if advice is not evidence-based, its not really advice at all.… Read More The Neuroscience of “Living Large and In Charge”: 7 Habits to Think About
Buenos Aires, the capital city of Argentina, likes to think of itself as the “Europe of South America”. Such fancy airs would be rather quaint if it wasn’t for the fact that Porteños are not just proud, they can also be abrasively rude.
Music, uniquely appreciated by humans, is often described as being a universal language. But if music is a language, it is one of feeling and movement.