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Childhood aggression linked to deficits in executive function

German researchers investigated childhood executive function and aggressive behavior.

Ketamine nasal spray for depression runs into problems

Prior research found therapeutic effects, but safely administering it remains a challenge.

Research finds transgender people’s brain structures are different

Brazilian researchers found differences in brain structure using MRI scans.

Accidentally famous: The psychology of going viral

Fame has completely changed over the years because of the internet and social media.

Americans are binge drinking in an alarming way, says study

A U.S. study says a total of 17.5 billion binge drinks were consumed in 2015.

How high altitudes could raise risk of depression, suicide

Researchers examined the correlation between altitude and mood disturbances.

A quiet drug problem among the elderly

Despite warnings and risks, older people are using more anti-anxiety, sleep drugs.

Nightmares relatively common among military personnel

The largest study into clinically significant nightmares in an active duty population.

Fake news travels way faster on Twitter than true ones

Researchers at MIT examined more than 126K stories between 2006 and 2016.

Research finds no link between teen suicide risk and flu drug

A University of Illinois study examined the association between Tamiflu and suicide.

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