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Common traits of the highly intelligent

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What do some of the greatest minds in history — think Freud and Kant — have in common?  Well, they prioritized rest and guarded their productive time like nobody’s business. Learn more about the habits of highlight intelligent people...

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DHA in pregnancy not linked to higher IQ in kids

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For some time, many expectant mothers have been taking DHA supplements in the hopes it will boost their child’s IQ.  The latest studies are showing this doesn’t have the desired result. Learn more about how DHA supplements have been shown not to impact children’s IQ levels...

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Look smarter

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Tired of trying to boost your IQ with brain teasers and hard work? Turns out there are several things you can do to look smarter. Some suggestions, like wearing glasses, are more obvious than others, like smiling to showcase your wrinkles. Watch the video on how to look smart...

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Avoid licorice during pregnancy to boost child IQ

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For years studies have shown a link between a woman’s licorice consumption and lower IQs in their offspring. The problem is thought to originate with the compound glycyrrhizin that is found in licorice. A recent Finnish study has confirmed that finding, and has also linked licorice consumption during pregnancy to an increased risk of children developing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). On average, a mother’s high consumption of licorice reduced a child’s IQ by seven points. It also tripled the risk for the child developing ADHD, and in girls, led to an earlier onset of puberty. Read more...

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Traits of intelligent people

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Much is known about the benefits of high intelligence — but did you know a high IQ can be an indication of some traits that might be considered less desirable? Messiness in their environment, a desire to stay up late at night and — believe it or not — a tendency to swear have been shown to be more common in highly intelligent people. Read more here....

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