Researchers at Cornell University recently published a blind study examining how caffeine affects coffee-drinkers sense of taste. The study split 107 participants into two groups. One group received coffee that contained 200 milligrams of caffeine, the other received decaffeinated coffee.
Grant and Jordon Tomkinson - a father and son duo from North Dakota - have found a correlation between athletic ability and finger length in adolescent boys. Grant is a professor of kinesiology and public health education at the University of North Dakota, while Jordan is a junior at Sacred Heart High School.
Scientists at McGill University in Quebec have discovered that a loss of smell could be an early indication of Alzheimer's disease. While most researchers and diagnostic test tend to focus on memory, smell could be an even earlier indicator of the disease.