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Teens' increased use of electronic devices linked to rise in insufficient sleep

Teens' increased use of electronic devices linked to rise in insufficient sleep

Delayed word processing could indicate MCI patients’ likelihood of developing Alzheimer's

Delayed word processing could indicate MCI patients’ likelihood of developing Alzheimer's

Brazilian researchers find more significant cognitive deficits among early-onset cocaine users

Brazilian researchers find more significant cognitive deficits among early-onset cocaine users

Study sheds new light on why autism is more common in boys

Study sheds new light on why autism is more common in boys

Family approach can be effective strategy for managing chronic illness

Family approach can be effective strategy for managing chronic illness

Daily five-minute conversation improves hospitalized patients’ satisfaction with care

Daily five-minute conversation improves hospitalized patients’ satisfaction with care

Criminal offenders with genetic mental disorders assigned more blame, harsher punishment

Criminal offenders with genetic mental disorders assigned more blame, harsher punishment

Expert report provides new insight into nature of mental illness

Expert report provides new insight into nature of mental illness

New insights on seriousness of postmenopausal bleeding

New insights on seriousness of postmenopausal bleeding

Vaginal and bladder problems impact sexual activity of postmenopausal women

Vaginal and bladder problems impact sexual activity of postmenopausal women

New study demonstrates how traumatic experiences can affect vascular health

New study demonstrates how traumatic experiences can affect vascular health

UH psychologist explores link between social media and alcohol consumption

UH psychologist explores link between social media and alcohol consumption

UTA receives $1.4 million grant to assist first-generation, low-income, minority college students

UTA receives $1.4 million grant to assist first-generation, low-income, minority college students

Natural decline of senses can predict poor health outcomes, including death

Natural decline of senses can predict poor health outcomes, including death

UC Berkeley researchers to develop new ultra-high-resolution MRI brain scanner

UC Berkeley researchers to develop new ultra-high-resolution MRI brain scanner

Study highlights advantages and challenges of integrating GP service in hospital ED

Study highlights advantages and challenges of integrating GP service in hospital ED

Brain wiring directly impacts performance of simple and complex tasks

Brain wiring directly impacts performance of simple and complex tasks

Genetic factors may explain intergenerational transmission of divorce, study finds

Genetic factors may explain intergenerational transmission of divorce, study finds

Study finds underutilization of sperm banking by at-risk patients with cancer

Study finds underutilization of sperm banking by at-risk patients with cancer

High-intensity training guarantees a level of displeasure, says Iowa State professor

High-intensity training guarantees a level of displeasure, says Iowa State professor