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Time reports that a new study published in SAGE Open has a found a link between handedness and the development of psychosis. Researchers assessed 107 patients presented to an outpatient psychiatric clinic with diagnoses of mood or psychotic disorder for...
Cutting belly fat and lowering the intake of processed food may help reduce the risk of kidney disease, The Huffington Post reports. The finding was based on a study published in the American Journal of Kidney Disease that included 481 patients who were...
Age of puberty continues to decline in girls of all racial groups and now scientists may be able to explain why. USA Today reports that a new study published in Pediatrics identified the mean age of puberty in white, non-hispanic girls, to be 9.7 years...