Humans across cultures may share the same universal musical grammar, suggests a new study of 60 human societies in the journal Science. Whether it’s a love song, dance song or lullaby, music shares similar underlying structural elements, suggesting humans might have an innate “grammar” for music.

Humans across cultures may share the same universal musical grammar, suggests a new study of 60 human societies in the

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Limiting mealtimes increases motivation for exercise, suggests a new study in the Journal of Endocrinology, which found that a surge in levels of the appetite-promoting hormone ghrelin after a period of fasting prompted mice to initiate voluntary exercise.

Limiting mealtimes increases motivation for exercise, suggests a new study in the Journal of Endocrinology, which found that a surge

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A Top Medical Journal Is Coming Out Hard Against Criminalizing Drug Users – A special drugs issue of The Lancet says doctors need to protect drug users from politicians who take a punitive approach.

A Top Medical Journal Is Coming Out Hard Against Criminalizing Drug Users – A special drugs issue of The Lancet

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