When people commit crimes, it is common in our society that they be sent to prison. Throughout history, prison has been a constant and reliable punishment for those who break the law. However, the question of crime and punishment far exceeds the confinements of any jail; although those who break the law deserve to undergo some type of punishment, and jail is by far one of the most humane types of punishment in our history, it is not without its repercussions.Read More
The Adult Brain Can Generate New Nerve Cells Once, neuroscientists believed that our complement of nerve cells was created prenatally and during the first years of life, and that no new neurons could be generated. Now we know...Read More
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