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Study explains how humans’ ability to recognize faces gets better in young adults

Study explains how humans’ ability to recognize faces gets better in young adults

A new study by Stanford University researchers claimed to have found why humans’ ability to recognize faces keeps getting better until around the age of 30 years.

A team of researchers led by Jesse Gomez, a graduate student in neurosciences at Stanford, carried out a comparison of children’s brains and grownup brains. The brain scans of 22 children and 25 adults revealed that an area of the brain that recognizes faces keeps growing long after adolescence.

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2 Drug Stores Lose License after Selling ‘Too Many Painkillers’

CVS-stores

It has been recently revealed that 2 local CVS stores in Sanford are probably one of the first to see the suspension of their licenses, because they sold painkillers such as oxycodone. It was further revealed that these stores were selling too much painkillers. It was selling 14 times the generally prescribed amount of painkillers.

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