If you're not celiac, you're probably not gluten intolerant. That's according to an academic study that effectively overturned the results of a previous one in 2011, which had served as evidence that non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) is a real condition, Real Clear Science reports.
Experiments on monkeys are helping to increase our understanding of the human brain according to scientists in Oxford. Researchers allowed me exclusive access to witness procedures on macaques at the university's Biomedical Sciences building which are part of research into psychological disorders and autism. The building opened in 2008 in the face of opposition from animal rights groups.
People blog, they don't lbog, and they schmooze, not mshooze. But why is this? Why are human languages so constrained? Can such restrictions unveil the basis of the uniquely human capacity for language? New research shows the brains of individual speakers are sensitive to language universals. Syllables that are frequent across languages are recognized more readily than infrequent syllables. Simply put, this study shows that language universals are hardwired in the human brain.
It’s no secret that too little shut-eye can drain your brain, but scientists haven’t fully understood why. Now, a new study suggests... (RT @danlatorre: Amazing. During sleep brain cells contract 60% & spinal fluid scrubs the brain clean.