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  Link   Parent's Guide to the Teen Brain
Scientists are beginning to learn that it takes a brain about 25 years to fully develop, and that a huge burst of development happens during adolescence. That burst can explain a lot of unpredictable, and sometimes risky, teen behavior.
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  Link   How and why do we use animals in research?
There are few topics as emotive as the use of animals in research, and few topics where public trust is so essential. This is your chance to have your say.
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  Link   New Scientist
Each week New Scientist reaches a global audience of over 3 million intelligent, highly engaged readers through its print and digital channels.
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  Link   Science News Website
A website with fresh Science News!
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  Link   Castelli News
Newspaper of Roman Castles area (in Italian).
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  Link   iss - Istituto Superiore Sanita'
The main research and regulatory Italian entity in the Biomedicine.
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Events and Links

Meetings & Congresses

 Index of Congresses ...

 Forthcoming-


the 13th Dresden Symposium on Autoantibodies in September 2017.

 



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Debates & Lessons
    
Beyond science: philosophy, mind and metabolism:
 
1) Genes, but ...NOT ONLY...

2) Latest hints on innovation: "ALTERNATIVE MEDICINES"

3) The burden of ADHD on modern society (families, health systems).
 
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Societies, Journals (to visit)

Science Societies, Science Journals.

Associations to help people with a psychiatric disease (and their families).
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