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Category Archives: Brain Oddities
Imagine waking up one morning with a new accent.
People with a disorder known as Witzelsucht routinely tell inappropriate and poor jokes and are unaware of their condition.
A life without physical pain may seem great at first, but it’s actually a devastating condition.
People suffering from left neglect unknowingly ignore the left side of their world.