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Bad vision isn’t all in the eye of the beholder: Sometimes it’s in the brain. In this Overdose Edition, Helen Irlen describes the Meares-Irlen Syndrome, a neurological disorder she says makes visual processing unnecessarily difficult for millions of people.

The Oura ring has moved from a Kickstarter concept to a major tool for sleep and recovery research.

Flynn Effect

Play / pause 1x 1.5x 2x 0:00 0:00 00:17:24 volume The Flynn Effect: Smarter by the Decade iTunesGoogle PlayShare Leave a ReviewClammr ItListen in a New WindowDownloadSoundCloudStitcherSubscribe on AndroidSubscribe via RSS Apologies for the ultra-brief post, but we wanted to get this Overdose Edition up quickly… The Flynn Effect is a strange-but-true revelation.  Over the …

lymphatic system, neuroscience, brain health

“Textbooks are going to need to change.” That was the general consensus around the 2015 discovery that previously unknown lymphatic vessels connect the brain directly to the immune system. Hear about the breakthrough discovery from co-discoverer Professor Jonathan Kipnis.

This first-ever Overdose Edition provides not only an interesting interview… We also get to ride side-saddle with professional researcher Drew Birnie, as he talks us through his research methodology, delving into the merits of the claims made about a strange and interesting cognitive intervention.

Overdose Editions are bonus episodes for those of you who like Smart Drug Smarts enough to carry it around in your pocket, and allocate some precious icon-space on your smart phone screen.