Science Weekly: Links between brain structure and ADHD found

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A study published in “The Lancet Psychiatry” has linked attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) with brain development delays. This is the largest study surrounding ADHD to date, with over 3,200 subjects […]

Science Weekly: Holographic communications within reach

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The world is one step closer to communicating via hologram, thanks to a group of physicists from The Australian National University. The team invented a small device which has the […]

Does fiery food fuel longevity?

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If you like spicy food, you may be on the path to living longer, according to a new study from the researchers at Larner College of Medicine at the University […]

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 […]

Science Weekly: How the brain handles habits

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I’m a nail-biter. It’s a bad, bad habit. However, I have a good habit of always putting my seatbelt on before starting my car. Scientists have recently gone behind the […]

Science Weekly: Childhood Neglect Linked to Adult Depression

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While this may not come as a shock to most, adult depression has been linked directly to childhood neglect in a recent study conducted by researchers at Duke University and […]

Science Weekly: Fingerprints aglow to help officers

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Law enforcement has been using fingerprint technology to aid investigations for over 100 years now. While the science behind fingerprints has improved over the years, a new study by scientist Kang […]