Posts Tagged ‘walking’

How babies learn to walk holds potential clues to autism

“Our findings may allow us to identify the brain regions and networks that can predict aspects of autism before it’s possible to make a clinical diagnosis.”

The interaction of path integration and terrestrial visual cues in navigating desert ants: what can we learn from path characteristics? [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Cornelia Buehlmann, A. Sofia D. Fernandes, and Paul GrahamAnt foragers make use of multiple navigational cues to navigate through the world and the combination of innate navigational strategies and the learning of environmental information is the secr…

Middle-age people: experts don’t think you walk fast enough

Citing concerns over a “shocking” level of inactivity among the middle-aged, officials at Public Health England want men and women between the ages of 40 and 60 to pick up the pace, so that they can complete at least one, brisk 10-minute walk per day, according to published reports. The organization estimated that just six […]

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Brain implant lets paralyzed monkeys walk

Scientists have used a wireless “brain-spinal interface” to bypass spinal cord injuries in a pair […]

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Six reasons why walking is the best medicine for mental health

(NaturalNews) A lot of people take up walking in hopes of getting fit or losing a little bit of weight, but many people find that it becomes a surprisingly enjoyable habit once they get started. That’s because walking is so much more than a way to move…

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