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Girls’ brain connections may explain their faster maturity

Girls’ brain connections may explain their faster maturity

Dec 26, – As we grow older, our brains reorganize themselves, pruning and streamlining nerve fiber linkages to reduce overall network connectivity while selectively preserving long-distance connections that are crucial to information integration. Now, a team led by Newcastle University in the UK has found this brain streamlining starts earlier in girls, suggesting it may […]

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Bird flu strain infects human for 1st time in Taiwan

Bird flu strain infects human for 1st time in Taiwan

Nov. 14 HRO media news — The first confirmed case of a person infected with a new H6N1 bird flu virus subtype has been reported by scientists in Taiwan. They said further research is needed to assess the potential threat posed by the H6N1 virus, which is found in wild and domestic birds in many […]

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