what a teenager brain looks like

We've always knew that something was extremely weird on an adolescent brain. We have all been there (and suffered it!), and some of us have to interact with one on a daily basis. -I am talking about dealing with a biological teenager's brain, not with someone that's behaving like one but has long ago overcome his 20's. This is a complete different story, and an argument for a whole new


neuroscience pain

This sentence is the one that stayed with me for days, and somehow, summarises the relevance of this

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