• March, 2009 Scientific American "Saving New Brain Cells" by Tracy J. Shors. New neurons form in the hippocampus, the brain nucleus for the functions of learning and long-term memory, but if not challenged by new learning experience, they die off. Experiments with rats involving various types of learning tasks suggest that not all training prevents new neurons from dying off, but new neurons are preserved by learning that requires a concerted effort to remember and integrate into the brain for use.
    Read more research on Adult Neurogenesis

  • A report on All Things Considered broadcast on NPR, Dec. 13, 2008, interviewed PD patients in a Brooklynn dance studio. They described themselves coming into the studio "doing the Parkinson shuffle" and observing the moment when they slipped into dancing to their favorite music.

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