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 […]

Avoid burnout: Study smarter, not harder

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  It is vital to set aside ample time in your weekly schedule to study. I know that life can get busy when work, school, family, friends and extracurricular acctivities […]

Four foods to help you power through finals

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Let’s face the facts: finals are tough. Whether a final is comprehensive, chapter-based or a project, it’s going to be stressful. One thing that will help reduce stress is preparation, […]

Science Weekly: Taste with your brain, not your tongue

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With Thanksgiving approaching it’s no surprise that food is on many our minds. Those gathered around the table on Thursday will taste food that is sweet, salty and everything in between. […]

Science Weekly: Reversing Milk Allergies

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Milk allergies are becoming more common, and it’s likely that you either know someone who has a milk allergy or have one yourself. Alternative milks and dairy products now provide […]