It’s dubbed the Havana Syndrome and its cause is unknown.
The bizarre incident happened during the installation of an MRI machine and was a surprise to everyone except Apple.
The brain is quicker to judge something as negative, because it’s easier than reframing to positive thinking.
MRI videos of the insides of people’s mouths and bodies are kind of gross, but represent important breakthroughs in medicine.
And avoid frustration from not responding to therapy or meds.
Our brains follow a predictable pattern when it comes to sharing stories.
Radiology techniques are being increasingly used to conduct post-mortem investigations that are less slice-and-dice, more scan-and-shoot.
A new animated short from Future of StoryTelling illustrates how scientists are using MRI technology to tap into the subconscious.