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Medical scientists think they have uncovered which portion of the brain assists people in ignoring distractions, according to a new study published in...
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In a study recently performed by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, it is thought that major depression could be the result of abnormalities in the b...
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New research has shown that a five week treatment with synthetic oxytocin has significantly improved social, behavioral and emotional issues in young...
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According to the recent findings of a United States research study, frequent visits with their children or friends could help eliminate the threat of...
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The areas in the human brain that are linked to social behaviors are both underdeveloped and insufficiently networked in youngsters with a highly func...
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If you have brothers or sisters, you have probably argued over who her favorite is. However, according to a new research study, being mom’s favorite i...
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According to the results of a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, almost 70% of individuals who suffer from sleep apnea als...
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There is a new study that shows regularly participating in exercise might help bullied teenagers reduce their risk of suicide. Researchers analyzed in...
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Sometimes the pressures to be on social media at all times and to respond to different tweets, texts and posts can cause a teenager to experience anxi...
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According to new research released by George Washington University, researchers have identified a possible link between microbes in the human throat a...

 
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