Teen rage & violence “Intermittent Explosive Disorder” on the rise

By Benjamin Gaul Nearly two-thirds of teenagers in the U.S. have acknowledged that they have experienced fits of anger severe enough to the point that they threatened violence, damaged property or were violent towards another person, according to a new study from Harvard Medical School. The research suggests that these attacks of rage are more […]

Bees reverse the effects of aging on the brain

By Amanda Shore A study conducted by a team of scientists from Arizona State University and the Norwegian University of Life Sciences was published in Experimental Gerontology, a scientific journal. The ASU scientists set out to find why bees age when they leave the nest to look for food. While it seems obvious that a […]