The teenage brain and how it works



Just as nutrition in the early childhood years is crucial to a schoolchild’s IQ, the experiences of the adolescent brain can affect behavior as adult. It was always assumed the brain is fully … [Read more...]


Cigarette smoke carcinogens: they hurt HER more than HIM



Health problems and outcomes can vary depending on gender. Men and women can have different susceptibility to certain diseases. Several recent studies indicate that women are more susceptible to … [Read more...]


What about cancer resistance?



Two people. One smokes, the other a lifetime non-smoker. So why is it that the non-smoker develops lung cancer and the smoker doesn't? Is it pure luck? Is it simply one of life's ironies? Or is there … [Read more...]


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