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New research suggests problematic memories could be deleted

New research suggests problematic memories could be deleted

Science
June 22 (UPI) -- In a series of experiments, neuroscientists were able to selectively delete different types of memories stored a single neuron belonging to a marine snail.The feat, detailed in the journal Current Biology, suggests problematic memories -- like those responsible for PSTD and anxiety -- in the human brain could be excised without harming other memories.When the brain stores a traumatic experience in its memory bank, the memory is actually stored in multiple forms. Each memory can include bits of incidental information from the experience. Years later, these incidental, or neutral, memories can trigger panic attacks and severe anxiety."The example I like to give is, if you are walking in a high-crime area and you take a shortcut through a dark alley and get mugged, and then y...
Why The Whole Foods Buyout Could Signify An Upheaval of the American Grocery Store

Why The Whole Foods Buyout Could Signify An Upheaval of the American Grocery Store

Health
This article originally appeared on CookingLight.com.In the great saga that is American retail, Amazon is by and far a disruptor – and we’ve seen the site that launched at the turn of the century as an online book retailer come full-circle with two brick-and-mortar bookstores in New York this year.And the next space to be disrupted? Food shopping.In what has been an expected move for some time now, Amazon announced this morning that it will add Whole Foods into its arsenal of consumer-centered properties for a whopping $ 13.7 billion. As part of the takeover, Whole Foods will remain in control of stores and the overall brand, with CEO John Mackey remaining at the helm of the grocery chain.But how long will Whole Foods, and its more than 430 grocery stores scattered through cities and subur
Gareth Southgate reveals John Stones could play in midfield for England against France

Gareth Southgate reveals John Stones could play in midfield for England against France

Sports
England manager Gareth Southgate is weighing up a surprise midfield move for John Stones.Speaking on the eve of his side's season-ending friendly against France, Southgate confirmed Harry Kane would retain the captaincy and promised goalkeepers Tom Heaton and Jack Butland 45 minutes each in place of Joe Hart - while also announcing the latter was still his 'number one'.But it was his revelation that Stones, Manchester City's £50million centre-half, was being considered for a switch into unfamiliar territory that piqued most interest.Stones was edged out of the team that drew 2-2 with Scotland on Saturday by Chris Smalling and Gary Cahill but Southgate feels he has the requisite ball-playing skills to operate further up the pitch and may hand the 23-year-old a first opportunity to test driv
Are you a high-earning executive? Deferring compensation now could help you in retirement later

Are you a high-earning executive? Deferring compensation now could help you in retirement later

Finance
There are obviously many retirement vehicles you, as a corporate executive, have considered, but have you overlooked the option of the company-sponsored non-qualified deferred compensation plan?Significant wealth may be created in NQDC plans, where assets have the opportunity to compound tax-free and investment options are frequently attractive. Two times a year, corporate executives are offered the option of deferring a portion of their compensation in order to put away money for their retirement in these plans. Quickly approaching is the June 30 deadline for deferring variable or incentive compensation for this year.Basic modeling shows that assets invested inside a deferred compensation plan for 10 years would grow 1.75 percent more annually than the same amount invested for the same pe...