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Teen Drug Abuse Linked to 'Impulsive' Brains
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A brain network associated with impulsivity is linked to teen drug abuse, new research finds. Teens with diminished activity in a neural network in the front part of the brain are more likely to experiment with drugs, cigarettes and alcohol in early adolescence, the researchers found.

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Secret Service Scandal
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The Secret Service is running an internal investigation of its alleged involvement in a prostitution scandal in Colombia, even as rumors fly about visits by the President's security detail to strip clubs dating back as far as the Clinton administration. True or not, the allegations bring up an obvious question: Why would these men risk their jobs to buy sex?
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Humans Really Are Still Evolving, Study Finds
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Natural forces of evolution still continue to shape humanity despite the power we have to profoundly alter the world around us, researchers say
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