Cyber self-harm: Why do people troll themselves online?
-- "9% [of students] had anonymously cyberbullied themselves."Love hormone 'helps autistic brain'
-- oxytocinSounds are sound among dyslexics, but access may lag, study finds
-- "[T]he white matter tracts connecting the phoneme area to a part of the brain that contains the Broca's area, which regulates the conversion of language to speech, was weaker for the dyslexics as a group[.]"Women With Big Butts Are Smarter And Resistant To Chronic Illnesses
-- I like big butts & I can't deny.Healthier Diets Cost About $550 More Per Year Than Unhealthy Options
-- This is a real issue. I spend my food-stamp dollars on nutritious food. This means I have less per month for food bulk. I buy few canned goods but instead invest in fresh food, which is liable to spoil. It's better for me but more likely to rot. What do you think most families will do? They will attempt to stretch their food dollar (which, apparently, to me is a luxury). This is one of the factors making it difficult for low-income youths to catch up with their more-monied counterparts. (Let's not even get into how hunger affects attention spans for school-aged children, shall we?)Marijuana Use Puts Men At Risk of "Moobs", Plastic Surgeon
-- From what I understand, one
plastic surgeon came to this conclusion after examining the data. I would like more voices on this subject; an actual experiment designed to detect this would be the best. The bestest, even.MIT Devise World's Toughest Tongue Twister to Link Speech Errors to Brain
-- "Pad kid poured curd pulled cod"? That is not difficult to me in the least. Do the volunteers have a stopwatch where they need to say the phrase in a certain amount of time? Do you, any of my followers, have difficulty?1.34-million-year-old human ancestor had 'massive' arm bones for climbing trees
-- Paranthropus boisei