Friday, March 23, 2007

Teenage Angst Is Bad for the Brain

Remember being a teenager? ... and all the stress of boy-girl problems, over-bearing parent problems, bullies, worries about school and your future, and frustrated attempts to be popular? Scientists have long known that chronic stress can kill nerve cells. Now it seems that an especially vulnerable time is adolescence. It now seems clear that the brain is being re-built during teenage.

Read all about it at my memory improvement Web site. Click here. Follow the link to the "Emotions" category.

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