Scientists scanned the brains of bullies and found something grim

The Future Is Taking Bullies Down a Peg

20 February 2020

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Scientists Scanned Brains of Bullies and Found Something Grim

An international team of neuroscientists scanned the brains of lifelong bullies and found something grim: Bullies' brains appear to be physically smaller than other brains.

"Our findings support the idea that, for the small proportion of individuals with life-course-persistent antisocial behaviour, there may be differences in their brain structure that make it difficult for them to develop social skills that prevent them from engaging in antisocial behaviour," said lead author Christina Carlisi, a researcher at the University College London.

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American Doctors Are Bracing For a Global COVID-19 Pandemic

It might be time to start preparing yourself for a coronavirus pandemic. CNBC reports that American doctors are worried that if the COVID-19 epidemic spreads beyond a few isolated cases in the United States, it could lead to a crisis as patients overwhelm emergency rules and exhaust stores of medical supplies. "This is the time to open up your pandemic plans and see that things are in order," Dr. Anne Schuchat, an official at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, warned.

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