Science Weekly: Young girls believe boys are naturally smarter

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Young girls are more likely associate intelligence with males rather than females, a new study from New York University, the University of Illinois and Princeton University said. Lin Bian, doctoral […]

Science Weekly: Political beliefs bound in brain physiology

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After a polarizing election year, and a less-than-peaceful transition of power, it is becoming increasingly apparent that political beliefs are tied to emotions. Neuroscientists from the Brain and Creativity Institute […]

Science Weekly: Regenerating skin, not making scars

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Researchers have now found a way to heal wounds so that they don’t become scars. The research first began at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania […]

Science Weekly: Unprecedented links between mental and physical health observed

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According to the World Health Organization, roughly 350 million people around the world are affected by depression. While depression correlates to mental health, researchers have long looked at the links […]

E-cig vapors causing mouth cells to die

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In 2003 Hon Lik, a pharmacist, inventor and smoker, invented the first electronic cigarette that was commercially successful. Since its inception, the e-cigarette has grown in popularity. A team of […]

Background noise hinders learning for children

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Without even thinking, most people will turn on music, TV or talk-radio to fill the silence when they’re at home. According to new research however, this background noise may be […]