How Childhood Bullying Affects People Later On

Up to 1 in 3 people in the US report having been bullied during childhood — most often at middle school. Bullying is linked to mental health problems in later years, new research finds. However, these tend to fade over…

The Yeasty Spread That May Be A Brain Food

Neurotransmitter levels are boosted by consuming a spread popular in the UK and Australia. Eating marmite increases certain neurotransmitter levels, new research finds. Marmite is a yeast-based spread popular in the UK, that many say is disgusting. It makes use…

Autism Explained: Simple New Theory Links Confusing Array of Symptoms

New theory may explain the complex set of symptoms seen in autism. People with autism often display a complex and confusing range of symptoms, including hypersensitivity to sound, problems interacting with others and repetitive behaviours. Scientist have long wondered what…

3 Subtle Linguistic Signs Of Depression

Depressed and suicidal people use these unexpected words more often. People who are depressed use language that focuses more on themselves, research finds Depressed people tend to use the words “I”, “myself” and “me” more than those who are not…

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