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Another great video by 3Blue1Brown! I think the perspectives about the test paradox could probably be relevant to most fields that require statistical knowledge…

Scientists may be closer to understanding how the brain can function differently in people who have bipolar disorder. In a new study, researchers say they’ve found evidence that certain brain cells trigger inflammation more easily in those who have BPD, and that these wayward cells can be linked t…

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