Reference: Gilles Vandewalle 1, Sophie Schwartz 2, Didier Grandjean 2, Catherine Wuillaume 1, Evelyne Balteau 1, Christian Degueldre 1, Manuel Schabus 1, Christophe Phillips 1, Luxen 1, Derk-Jan Dijk 3, Pierre Maquet ‘the spectral quality of light modulates emotional brain responses in humans,’ Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA.
To closer in the brain color of the ambient color of the ambientWe are all aware that a bright day may lift our spirits. However, the mechanisms of the brain in such effects of light are involved largely unknown. Researchers at the Cyclotron Research Centre , Geneva Center for Neuroscience and Surrey Sleep Research Centre investigated the immediate effect of light and its color composition, on emotion brain processing using functional magnetic resonance imaging. The results of their study indicate that the color of light affects how the brain processes emotional stimuli.‘Larry Minnix, CEO of the American Association Homes and services to that Aging that the samples quoted in the report ‘are extreme cases and not representative of that happens each day in nursing homes. ‘The American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living said that the professional error Act would reduce medical malpractice insurance rates for care homes , and thus the institutions to improve quality of care A spokesperson for do saying. ‘Sen. Ensign knows proceed to there is a lot from emotions on both sides of the debate ‘(CQ HealthBeat.. Malpractice Bill criticisms Related News, to National Citizens’ Coalition for Nursing Home Reform wrote in Friday the only company malpractice legislation, Senator John Ensign The law would give a total non-economic losses malpractice lawsuits cap of $ 750,000 and was non-economic damage of individual providers hat in $ 250,000 (Kaiser Daily Health policy coverage from, the coalition said: ‘If overall remuneration is restricted to $ 250,000, it can often hardly enough to bring the cost which a complaint against a large national companies to meet to cover most of our care homes.