Can We All Benefit From Electric Shocks To Our Brains?

  Forbes.com 
Results range from relieving severe, treatment-resistant depression, jumpstarting vocabulary recall, enhancing math skills, boosting self-control, fortifying the aging brain as well as reducing the intention to commit violent acts and sexual assault. ▶ Full story on forbes.com
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