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Teens who have concussion face higher risk of self-harm, bullying

Watch video above: Study finds teens who have had a concussion have higher rates of suicide attempts. Carey Marsden reports. 

TORONTO – New Canadian research is shedding light on overlooked aspects of living with a concussion: on top of brain injuries, teens are also at a greater risk of attempting suicide, bullying or trying drugs. 445 more words

News

The rise and fall of avian flu research

By Jonas Waldenström

You’d be surprised how much of science that goes in and out of fashion. A certain topic may become hot for a time, go through a burst of development and then either stagnate, branch out in a new direction, or just vane into oblivion. 720 more words

News And Views

Look Sharp!

We all know that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover. But we all do it anyway. If I were to show you some faces, you’d find it pretty easy to make a snap judgment of –say – how clever they look. 803 more words

Psy-q

Good Morning, Sunshine!

Does the old adage, “the early bird gets the worm” still hold true? Not sure about the worm, but the latest research shows you might be a skinnier bird.

Evidence Based Medicine