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Being a "late riser," or having a late chronotype, may be more harmful than realized, especially when your schedule doesn't allow you wake up late, The New York Times' Well blog reports. A study published in PLoS One analyzed a cohort of obese and late-sleeping participants for dietary and sleeping...
CNN News reports that scientists may be getting close to being able to read our minds. A study published in Nature Communications aimed to identify whether they could associate specific areas of the brain with certain topics of mental processing. Scientists recruited 3 seizure patients and inserted...
A young child or infant's illness can cause long-term damage within the familial network, The New York Times' Well blog reports. The finding was based on two studies, one published in JAMA Pediatrics and another in the journal Pediatrics. In the first study, researchers found that one in every six...