Baylor College of Medicine New Study Shows Chewing Gum Can Lead to Better Academic Performance in Teenagers

Published: Apr 23, 2009

EurekAlert -- New research from Baylor College of Medicine indicates a positive effect of chewing gum on academic performance in teenagers.i The study examined whether chewing Wrigley sugar-free gum can lead to better academic performance in a "real life" classroom setting.

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