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Media Use Not Always a Stress Relief

Having a hard time relaxing? When recovering from a stressful day at work or school, many people turn towards television, video games, or other media. Researchers from the Johannes Gutenberg [...]

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Video System Identifies Autism Traits

Technology is catching up with professional clinicians at accurately identifying traits associated with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). There are already programs that can identify patterns in [...]

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Language Development Predicts ADHD

A number of studies connect underdeveloped language skills in toddlers with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and with behavioral problems like inattention and hyperactivity. [...]

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Sleep for Better Memory

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention call insufficient sleep an epidemic because sleep is a critical part of being healthy. New research suggests that sleep is also a key player in [...]

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Amygdala Reaction Linked to PTSD

Activation of the amygdala, part of the brain that affects emotional reactions and decision-making, can indicate which individuals are at-risk for developing the symptoms of post-traumatic stress [...]

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“Male Brain” for Adults with Autism

People with autism spectrum disorders are sometimes characterized as having an “extreme male brain.” A large study from the Autism Research Center at the University of Cambridge finds that adults [...]

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