John Leddy tells The New York Times that the brain
benefits from movement and exercise, including after a
NPR's Here and Now explores the dangers of caffeine and
speaks with Kathleen Miller.
Kathleen Miller tells The Washington Post that
caffeine is toxic enough to cause seizures, mania, hallucinations
and even strokes in some people.
Samantha Barbas tells The New York Times it is
unclear whether a court would deem the sex-change allegation a
Slate looks into team chemistry and Katerina
Bezrukova says teams must strike an optimal balance between
diversity and homogeneity.
Repeated exposure to foods increases children's preferences and
intake, Myles Faith tells Reuters.
Mark Bartholomew tells Yahoo News there are
different rules about what is fair and foul when it comes to
targeting kids with advertising.
CNBC interviews Jacob Neiheisel live about the
legislative gridlock that President Trump is starting to learn
about during his first 100 days in office.
James Campbell is cited in The Washington Post for
his forecasting model that had the race pretty close to a
Mark Bartholomew writes in The Conversation that
advertising is encroaching on public space like never before and
that there are dangers to this trend, along with legal remedies
– if people care enough to actually do something.
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