There are any number of old wives tales and statistics surrounding left-handedness, and until now it was widely debated whether hand preference is something we learn over time or if it has to do with neurological wiring from birth.
According to the World Toilet Organization (WTO), the average US citizen uses a toilet 2,500 times a year, approximately 6-8 times daily. Now imagine if those flushes could be converted into a viable alternative energy source?
An international team of researchers believe they've uncovered a new way of predicting potential teenage drug use. A study recently published in Nature Communications outlines how simply examining MRI scans of teenagers brain activity could be reveal potential indicators.