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The decision for higher education and the choice of study subjects may both be influenced by genetic factors, UK researchers concluded in a new study published in Nature’s Scientific Reports.

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​To test the claim that chewing gum helps to improve mental performance, psychologists in the UK studied the effect of gum chewing on both working memory and long term memory.

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