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New Study Reveals Bullied Kids Show Signs of Aging Faster Than Normal

Being bullied or physically abused isn’t just tough on kids emotionally — new research reveals it’s also rough on their bodies, making their DNA actually age faster than it otherwise would.

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Could ‘Brain Freeze’ Research Lead to Migraine Treatments?

Anyone who’s ever eaten ice cream too fast knows the pain of “brain freeze.” Now researchers say they not only know why it happens, but that their discoveries could lead to treatments for more severe headaches like migraines.

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Why Aren’t More Kids Interested in Working in Science and Technology?

Millions of Americans may be out of work, but numerous surveys have shown lots of job opportunities in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (dubbed STEM by the analysts) — so why aren’t more students considering them?

A new study indicates many kids feel getting into those professions would simply be “too challenging.”

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Science Brings Brazil and UM Together

Brazil's "Science Without Borders" project will send 11 Brazilian undergrads to Missoula this spring. The program is designed to help Brazil develop in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics through international study. Because of the program's focus, the new students are likely to take classes at Montana Tech, the College of Forestry and Conservation, and the Universty of Montana's highly rated Skaggs School of Pharmacy.

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State Says Most Schools Meet Federal Standard

 Montana education officials say about three-quarters of Montana's schools are meeting the federal education requirements for yearly progress.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Denise Juneau says Montana students and teachers have been working very hard to improve test scores in reading, math and science and believes that work shows.

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