Genetic scientists have linked more than 100 spots in human DNA to the risk of developing schizophrenia. Until now, scientists had only uncovered a few dozen risk-related genes. Researchers hope their findings could eventually lead to new treatments for the mental disorder.
And nearly one in three American children do not have an accurate view of their own weight. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says about 42 percent of obese children think they are at the right weight. About 12 percent of children who are at a healthy weight think they are too thin or too fat. Researchers say an accurate perception of one's weight leads to better nutritional choices.
(Teri Okita, CBS News)
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