Brightsurf Science News & Current Events

November 07, 2020
Why consumers think pretty food is healthier
People tend to think that pretty-looking food is healthier (e.g., more nutrients, less fat) and more natural (e.g., purer, less processed) than ugly-looking versions of the same food.

Using walls to navigate the room
Scientists discover a brain circuit that signals the direction and distance of boundaries in the environment to help coordinate next movements

Kids with arthritis in less affluent families report longer period of morning stiffness
Children with arthritis affecting five or more joints, called polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis (polyarticular JIA), living in less affluent families were twice as likely to report more than an hour of morning joint stiffness, compared to their counterparts from more affluent families, according to a study by investigators at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS).
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