Dr. Edward Slingerland from the University of British Columbia joins Brain
Buzz to talk discuss his new book DRUNK! We talk about how alcohol and
drinking may have shaped our modern civilization, impacted how we interact
as humans, and why alcohol is so important to humans. What benefits does
drinking really provide us as humans? Why would we continue to drink
considering the negative consequences associated it with? Should evolution
not have weeded this behaviour out already? What barriers does drinking
cause in our society today? All this and more on today’s episode!
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Sir Graham Thornicroft joins Brain Buzz to talk about accessing mental health care. If you are wanting to hear an expert on mental health care discuss: how to assess mental health disorders; how access has changed over the COVID-19 pandemic; barriers associated with living with a mental health...
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Grab a cup of coffee, take a cold shower, do what you have to do to wake
yourself up! We got Dr. Lauren Whitehurst in the studio to talk about her
work on sleep and cognition. Are you curious about what the world record
for hours spent awake is? Have you ever wondered what sleep stages we go...