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Most people think of left-handedness as a genetic thing, and while there is a link, new evidence indicates left-handedness may often be the result of developmental glitches. This, in turn, may make lefties more susceptible to some mental disorders,
I recently stumbled upon a description of research out of Yale that suggested there was a link between left-handedness and psychotic disorders like schizophrenia. Forty percent of those with psychotic disorders are lefties, one of the researchers
31 October 2013 0 View comments Left-handed people have a strikingly higher' chance of suffering from schizophrenia, research suggests. A study revealed left-handers accounted for 40 per cent of those with the mental illness. However, only around 10
Scientists at the Universities of Oxford, St Andrews, Bristol and the Max Plank Institute in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, found correlations between handedness and a network of genes involved in establishing left-right asymmetry in developing embryos. "
Here's a roundup of five medical studies published this week that might give you new insights into your health, mind and body...Researchers found that, in twin pairs, the twin who began speaking earlier in life had a higher likelihood of more
Genes that play a role in the orientation of internal organs may also affect whether someone is right- or left-handed, new research suggests. Genetics , suggest those genes may also play a role in the brain, thereby affecting people's handedness.
Baseball-Reference.com's Play Index More News That it came off a left-hander (Scott Kazmir) shouldnt be a surprise either...Gordon has feasted on lefties this year, and his splits are so lopsided that he may finish with the most remarkable season in
I know that my mother would be bereft without her special left-handed sewing scissors...It really is highly implausible that an epidemiologist wouldn't have spotted it previously." If it's so implausible why was it published in respected academic
I'm just not commanding on that side of the plate, really," O'Day said. "I just have to be more refined with my control out there. If you throw pitches in the middle of the plate, it doesn't matter if they're left-handed or right-handed...In O'Day's
And they head into today's series finale just 16-16 since the All-Star break...I'm certain that the Orioles have at least one good winning streak in them. They're a good team with good leadership and a good clubhouse. But with 34 games remaining, you