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The Evolutionary Advantage of Primate Masturbation

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How To Hack Your Brain When You're in Pain

Researcher and physician Amy Baxter unravels the symphony of connections that send pain from your body to your brain, explaining practical neuroscience hacks to quickly block those signals.
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