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A small genetic correlation may exist between height and intelligence, a new study finds. Continue reading →
Studies link brain disease to soccer and rugby hits, but the details are still unclear.
Lent starts on Wednesday...does having a 40-day window plus a religious motivation make it easier to keep resolutions?
When you think about where teeth grow, your brain is probably the last place they could be. Laci sits down to discuss teratomas, and why teeth can grow in some weird places.
Women and girls are much less likely to have an intellectual disability than males, possibly due to a female protective effect.
Your brain is an incredible organ that allows you to function, grow and learn. But sometimes, your brain tries to trick you. Anthony breaks down three ways that your brain will trick you into making silly mistakes.
New studies are showing that the more symmetrical your face is, the less likely you'll recognize that person if you see them again. Trace explains how the human brain gets bored with symmetry, and how it loves to seek out and remember uniqueness!
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