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Why ADHD Brains Don’t Get Facial Expressions Why ADHD Brains Don’t Get Facial Expressions
  • October 2nd, 2014
  • A non-invasive technique reveals that the brains of ADHD children respond to happy faces but not angry ones.

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Why ADHD Brains Don’t Get Facial Expressions

Why ADHD Brains Don’t Get Facial Expressions

A non-invasive technique reveals that the brains of ADHD children respond to happy faces but not angry ones.

Got Celiac Disease? Have Some Hookworms!

Got Celiac Disease? Have Some Hookworms!

Hookworms could help celiac disease patients increase their tolerance to gluten, study shows.

Sticking To Traditional Diet Helps American Asians Beat Diabetes

Sticking To Traditional Diet Helps American Asians Beat Diabetes

Asian Americans are at a greater risk of diabetes than their Caucasian counterparts but they can counteract it by staying on a traditional Asian diet.

Size At Birth Affects Risk Of Mental Health Conditions

Size At Birth Affects Risk Of Mental Health Conditions

Above-average sized babies have a higher risk of autism and a lower risk of schizophrenia, while the opposite is true for below-average sized babies.

Dairy In Asian Diets Could Reduce Stroke

Dairy In Asian Diets Could Reduce Stroke

Taiwanese who took three to seven servings of dairy products a week were no fatter than those who did not and experienced benefits such as a lower risk of stroke.

Working Too Long Is Bad For Your Heart

Working Too Long Is Bad For Your Heart

A study of over 8,000 Korean workers shows that working long hours can increase the risk of coronary heart disease.

China’s Worrying Diabetes Epidemic

China’s Worrying Diabetes Epidemic

Studies show that one in four diabetics worldwide reside in China and half the population is prediabetic, a grave situation that urgently needs to be addressed.

Caffeine Could Help Cancer Survivors Reach Exercise Goals

Caffeine Could Help Cancer Survivors Reach Exercise Goals

Caffeine has been shown to improve exercise capacity and muscle strength in prostate cancer survivors in a small randomized trial.

Clean Air Halves Health Costs In Chinese City

Clean Air Halves Health Costs In Chinese City

Measures to tackle air pollution in Taiyuan, China, are estimated to have saved the government more than US$621 million in healthcare costs.

Prediabetes Increases Cancer Risk By 15%

Prediabetes Increases Cancer Risk By 15%

A meta-analysis of almost 900,000 patients shows that being prediabetic significantly increases the risk of developing cancer.