Wednesday, April 22, 2009

April 22 Good News

Chewing gum may raise math grades in teens

In a study likely to make school janitors cringe, U.S. researchers said Wednesday that chewing gum may boost academic performance in teenagers.

Many U.S. schools ban chewing gum because children often dispose of the sticky chaw under chairs or tables.

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