Quick links from the past week in mind and brain news:
Interactive websites can significantly help people with chronic illness (via Slashdot)
“Your brain’s sex can make you ill” says clumsy BBC headline, hiding a story about tailoring treatments by sex.
Chronic nicotine and alcohol consumption seem to have a ‘double whammy‘ on mental function.
Cool visual illusions that change on distance of viewing (via BoingBoing).
Email users and victorian letter writers share similarities in frequency of replying.
People with schizophrenia not fooled by certain optical illusions.
Wired features a story by a deaf man as he gets a cochlear implant to restore his hearing.
Cognitive Daily discuss research on why experts have better memory for their field of expertise.