Author Archives: Katre Tatrik

The Reason For Strokes in Children Is Still Unknown; Rehabilitation Is Getting Better

Every year, three to four newborns leave the hospital with a diagnosis for stroke. Rael Laugesaar, junior research fellow at the Department of Pediatrics explains that the reasons for strokes in children are still unknown but with regular rehabilitative care they are able to live a normal life. Continue reading

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Was the Moth Really Attracted to Cristiano Ronaldo’s Tears?

Find out if Ronaldo’s moth was attracted to the footballer’s tears or came to offer friendship and consolation. Continue reading

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Genetic Mutation Influences Mental Disorders and Alcohol Addiction

Tartu brain scientists discovered a genetic mutation that influences mental disorders and alcohol addiction. Continue reading

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Genetically Diverse Parents Have Taller and Smarter Kids

A global gene study shows that children of genetically diverse parents are on average taller and smarter. Continue reading

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Estonians Want Estonians for Neighbours

Human geographers show how the segregation between Estonians and Russians has increased in Estonian cities. Continue reading

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