Japan has been named the smartest country in the world by United Kingdom-based website VoucherCloud which took a look at the country’s number of Nobel Prize winners, average IQ and educational scores of students.
People who wear glasses have always been thought of as smart, but a new study finally shows that the assumption is likely true.
The study, published in the journal Nature Communications, analyzed cognitive and genetic data from a whopping 300,486 individuals between the ages of 16 and 102.
A diet of fish at least once a week improves IQ and sleep among children, a new study revealed.
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing had a cohort of 541 children in China, aged 9 to 11, complete a questionnaire about their fish consumption over the past month. The sample consisted of 54% boys and 46% girls.
Super smart people are often portrayed in pop culture as introverts. This all-too common portrayal pushes the notion that extremely intelligent people are socially awkward individuals.
A recent study delving into the correlation between social contact and happiness reveals that there may be some truth in the stereotype, however.