Home > Mental health > Brain Brain All sections in Mental Health » Alcohol » Brain » Disorders » Drugs » Living with Mental Illness » Mental Health in SA » Stress » Treatment » Mental Health News Are you right- or left-brained? There is a big difference in how you learn and process information, depending on which side of your brain is the dominant one. Check out this infographic, courtesy of thepremiertutors.org Ask CyberShrink » Blog Bipolar journey » Talk Heart to heart forum » Quiz Are you a hypochondriac? » How brain injury affects you Transparent brains Keep your mind sharp The benefits of exercise for physical health are well known, but a new report suggests that staying active can help the elderly keep their minds in shape as well. Flex your mind If you want to strengthen your muscles, you exercise. But what if you want to boost your creativity, improve your memory and keep your brain crackling with new ideas? Brain can be trained Training and experience can affect how a person's brain is organised. How brain injury affects you This infographic shows how injury of various regions of the brain affects you. Kids with head injury may be depression prone A study in the US has found that children who have suffered a concussion may have a much higher than average rate of depression. Part of brain largely misunderstood One of the smallest parts of the brain is getting a second look after new research suggests it plays a crucial role in decision making. “ Latest comment on Health24 Linda Craigli says... Most of us know this, it is just a pity the Judge doesn't! I will be absolutely amazed if he serves even one day in jail. I am sure he will get away with a fine or suspended... Ex-girlfriend slams Oscar as violent maniac ” Brains of dyslexics are different Researchers have discovered that people with dyslexia have disrupted network connections in their brains. Can you trust your memory? Criminal trials rely on witness accounts. However, experts warn that even people with incredibly superior memories can come up with details that never existed. Vegetative patients react to photos of loved ones Researchers from Tel Aviv University found that the brains of patients in a vegetative state emotionally react to photographs of people they know personally. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Exam stress – a challenge for the whole family Cardiovascular risk factors Take care of your teeth. Anytime. Anywhere. Like us on facebook! Live healthier Knee pain relief » Knee injuries Test your knee pain knowledge Symptoms of knee pain Do you suffer from knee pain? Do you suffer from recurrent knee pain? It could be osteoarthritis... Vitamin wise » Vitamins for HIV What to eat for vitamin B? Cut down on vitamins Get your vitamins right Find out which vitamin to use for which condition. Ask our Vitamin expert.