Oct 12, 2003

Tomorrow marks the third week that Pierluigi and I have been dieting. The main results seem to be more mental than physical.

And today there's the Peace March from Perugia to Assisi. A 23 kilometer walk.

Fast food sends schoolgirls into sexual feeding frenzy--
THE EMOTIONAL BRAIN....You are walking through the woods, and you see a coiled shape lying across your path. Instantly--before you even think "a snake!"--your brain begins to respond fearfully. Fear is an ancient emotion that is involved in a number of mental disorders, says neuroscientist Joseph LeDoux, Ph.D., of New York University--Parallel Memories: Putting Emotions Back Into The Brain--- LeDoux says in the beginning of this book that he wanted to know how brains make emotions. He ends his book with this statement: "The brain states and bodily responses are the fundamental facts of an emotion." --Brain Reorganizes After Injury At Any Age


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