“Grandmother Hypothesis” Gets Some Support
“Grandmother Hypothesis” Gets Some Support
New studies suggest forebears’ age and physical proximity matter when it comes to their grandkids’ survival.
“Grandmother Hypothesis” Gets Some Support
“Grandmother Hypothesis” Gets Some Support

New studies suggest forebears’ age and physical proximity matter when it comes to their grandkids’ survival.

New studies suggest forebears’ age and physical proximity matter when it comes to their grandkids’ survival.

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After a Lobectomy, a Boy Still Recognizes Words and Faces
After a Lobectomy, a Boy Still Recognizes Words and Faces
Ashley Yeager | Nov 1, 2018
A longitudinal study tracking the progress of an epilepsy patient after surgery shows the brain’s ability to reorganize itself to function nearly normally.
Telomere Length and Childhood Stress Don’t Always Correlate
Telomere Length and Childhood Stress Don’t Always Correlate
Katarina Zimmer | Nov 17, 2017
Shorter telomere length is widely considered a manifestation of stress in young children, but the results of a new study find it’s more complicated than that.