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12-02-2022
Lack of sleep impacts brain development in children
For young children, a lack of sleep has detrimental effects on brain development, according to a recent study from the University of Maryland School of Medicine.  "Because early adolescence is a crucial period for neurocognitive development, we aimed to investigate how insufficient sleep affects children's mental health, cognition, brain function, and brain structure over 2 years," wrote the researchers.  The study revealed that a lack of sleep among elementary school-age children leads to significant differences in brain regions that are responsible for memory, intelligence and well-being.  These...
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11-02-2016
Social networking helps scientists boost landscape data
Social networking helps scientists: researchers turn to Instagram and Flickr...
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11-02-2016
New genetically engineered potatoes approved by USDA
Genetically engineered potatoes have been approved by U.S. Dept of...
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11-01-2016
Golfers beware – new golf course fungal disease
Golfers beware – a new golf course fungal disease is...
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10-31-2016
Vermont windfarm opposition
Vermont windfarm opposition forms. An emotional debate is underway in the...
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10-29-2016
Paleolithic decorating tips revealed
Paleolithic decorating tips have been revealed in a new study...
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10-28-2016
Tips for avoiding breathing air pollution
Air pollution inhalation avoidance suggestions were outlined by scientists today....
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10-28-2016
Are you ready to eat edible bugs?
Are you ready to eat edible bugs? The future of...
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