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The Caregiver's Conundrum

Tens of millions of people minister to a loved one on a full- or part-time basis, often putting their own lives on hold. Now researchers are finding ways to help them care for others without losing themselves ...

By Francine Russo

How We Make Sense of Time

Long, short, forward and back: Our concepts of time—and how we process it in the brain—are based on our understanding of physical space, with some surprising cultural variations ...

By Kensy Cooperrider and Rafael Núñez

In Search of Hidden Minds

Finding signs of consciousness among severely brain-injured patients is medically challenging—and morally imperative 

By Joseph J. Fins and Nicholas D. Schiff


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