New research shows that children and teens in U.S. areas with greater levels of poverty face a higher risk of suicide.
"Our findings suggest that community poverty is a serious risk factor for youth suicide, which should help target prevention efforts," said lead study author Dr. Jennifer Hoffmann. She is a pediatric emergency medicine...
When it comes to parts of your brain, bigger isn't necessarily better.
Experts long believed that a bigger hippocampus meant better memory. But new research finds that the size of this seahorse-shaped structure deep in the brain doesn't always predict learning and memory abilities.
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