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The Baseball Player and His Broken Brain

This is not a story I wanted to put into print, but leaving it out would feel dishonest. When my hunt for This Stuff began about three years ago, it was personal, and many people only opened up after they heard some of my story. It seemed to unlock an...
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Two Very Different Brains

“This is almost like a hiddden world of stuff that, if you don’t know about it, then you don’t know anything about it. And that’s really unfortunate. There’s so much power we have, if we have the right tools.” — Dr. Leslie Sherlin, CEO and founder, SenseLabs, which creates technology that...
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The Conspiracy

  llo, mate!” Wearing a long, loose white T-shirt, black skinny jeans, and flip-flops, Andy Walshe, Ph.D., an enthusiastic, balding, white-haired Australian with energy for days, strolls into the Red Bull North America headquarters lobby. I’m relieved. It’s February 2016, and I was nervous that Walshe, Red Bull’s director of...
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Addicts and Their Overlooked Struggle with Depression

Introducing our first Contributed Post at the Head in the Game blog, where, among other items, I hope and plan to share stories of others making their minds stronger.      Addicts and Their Overlooked Struggle with Depression by Constance Ray | Contributor from RecoveryWell.org People working to overcome an addiction...
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