&& Living with a cat during childhood does not cause mental illness later in life, a new study from University College London suggests, disputing earlier studies that caused alarm by linking cats to human mental illness. “We found that children who were ... Huffington Post, 4 weeks ago
College students spend a tremendous amount of time with their friends. One estimate suggests that the average college student spends only 15 hours a week in class but 86 hours a week with his or her friends . But how much do we understand about the role ...catchnews.com, 2 months ago
New York: Love to eat fish and other seafood? Be careful, as eating mercury-rich fish such as shark and swordfish may increase the risk of developing amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) -- that takes away the ability of nerve cells to interact with the bodys ...Mathrubhumi, 6 days ago Eating mercury-rich seafood may up ALS risk: study Business Standard, 1 month ago
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