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It's almost Thanksgiving, and that means it's time to eat — and time to nap. You may have heard that turkey is to blame for your post-Thanksgiving sleepiness. But although turkey does contain a chemical that makes humans want to curl up in bed, you can't blame your sluggishness on the bird. Stuffing is the more likely culprit.
(RNN) - French scientists believe they have discovered a cause for dyslexia in the eyes of test subjects, and have developed a possible treatment using an LED lamp.
Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots' player who committed suicide in April while serving a life sentence for murder, suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the neurodegenerative disease linked to the bruising hits on the football field, according to a Boston University study of his brain.
MUSKOGEE, Okla. — Instead of plopping infants down in front of a television screen, a better option to help spur brain development is to spend time interacting on a personal level, according to an Oklahoma pediatric nurse practitioner.