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Teen Brain Wired for Risk

Everyone knows that adolescents often make risky decisions. Now, researchers believe there are biological underpinnings for the poor choices. Previous studies have found that teenagers tend to be more sensitive…

Urine Test for Autism?

Researchers have discovered children with autism have a different chemical fingerprint in their urine than non-autistic children. Scientists from Imperial College London and the University of South Australia suggest that…

Controversy Over Caffeine

A small research study suggests that the perceived ‘pick-up’ felt after drinking a cup of coffee may in fact be simply an illusion. Researchers tested 379 individuals who abstained from…