Young people in affluent areas drink more alcohol, study finds

A La Trobe University study examining Australia's heavy drinkers has found that young people 14- to 24-years-old living in higher socio-economic areas are more likely to drink higher quantities of alcohol than those from ...


Study examines how our native language shapes our brain wiring

Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig have found evidence that the language we speak shapes the connectivity in our brains that may underlie the way we think. With the help ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

A closer look at Matcha tea powder's antidepressant-like effects

Matcha, a traditional Japanese tea, has been touted for its health benefits—it can boost mood and mental performance in humans and mice alike—but more mechanistic research is required. Hence, researchers from Japan evaluated ...

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