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- Girls lead boys in academic achievement globally
- Got bees? Got vitamin A? Got malaria? Loss of pollinators increases risk of malnutrition, disease
- Brain circuit that regulates thirst identified
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Considerable attention has been paid to how boys' educational achievements in science and math compare to girls' accomplishments in those areas, often leading to the assumption that boys outperform girls in these areas. Now, using international data, researchers have determined that girls outperform boys in educational achievement in 70 percent of the countries they studied -- regardless of the level of gender, political, economic or social equality.
Posted: 26 Jan 2015 09:44 AM PST
More than half the people in some developing countries could become newly at risk for malnutrition if crop-pollinating animals -- like bees -- continue to decline, experts say. Despite popular reports that pollinators are crucial for human nutritional health, no scientific studies have actually tested this claim -- until now.
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