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- September 7, 2016
One study found that people who live in communities with high levels of overt racism are more likely to die from heart disease and other circulatory diseases. Learn more about this study!
- September 7, 2016Does mental illness lead to drug abuse? Will drinking or doing drugs make my mental health worse? Check out this article to find out answers to these questions!
- August 29, 2016
We, humans, often make bad decisions.Here is a neuroscientist named Paul Glimcher who is is using both the brain and behavior to try to explain our irrationality. Check this out!
Many female students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) have faced a common experience - they walked into a classroom and found that they were among a small handful of women in the class, or even the only one. This kind of experience has the potential to make a talented, motivated student feel out-of-place, and compel her to search for more inclusive academic environments. Then how can female students' sense of belonging in STEM be increased? Check out this article!
- July 28, 2016Do you want to boost your memory and study effectively? Then you may want to read this article!
- May 1, 2016Research has found that many who experience acts of discrimination report higher stress levels and poorer health, according to the APA survey in August 2015. Click to find out more about this survey!
- March 17, 2016
A new study shows that activation cells in the dentate gyrus via optogenetics can restore memories in mice models of Alzheimer's. In other words: memories may not completely disappear with Alzheimer's, they just become harder to recall.
- October 30, 2014
- September 24, 2014
Can exercise help children diagnosed with ADHD in the classroom?
- February 7, 2014