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Study: Booze, coffee and lack of breaks is impairing journalists' brain function and ability to suppress bias

From Press Gazette
Posted 19 May 2017, 5.52am edt

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New medical research suggests that UK  journalists have lower levels of executive brain function than other groups making them less able to suppress bias. The study suggests this is driven by high alcohol and coffee consumption, limited time given o...


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