Field Hockey Falls to TCNJ in NCAA Championship Game and Other Sunday Scores

 full-bear128Field Hockey — The College of New Jersey scored a pair of first half goals and held off a furious second half rally by Bowdoin to win the 2014 NCAA Division III Championship, 2-0, Sunday at Washington & Lee University.

Women’s SquashPenn 9, Bowdoin 0

Men’s SquashPenn 9, Bowdoin 0

Study: Five Explanations for Global Rise in ADHD (Time)


The worldwide surge in ADHD diagnoses has prompted some people to wonder if the condition is purely science. A recently published study by sociologists Peter Conrad and Meredith Bergey explores five non-medical trends that may be partially responsible for the uptick in cases of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD.

To be sure, the researchers aren’t scientists, and many scientific institutions recognize the genuineness of the medical condition and its common development. Read the article here.

Washington’s Teeth Weren’t Made out of Wood (Smithsonian)

Portrait of the president Washington

Contrary to popular belief, George Washington’s dentures were not made out of wood—but they were made out of almost everything else.

Bad dentistry meant that tooth loss was common during Washington’s time, and his complete set of dentures was made from a combination of lead, human teeth, cow teeth, and elephant ivory. Read the article here.

The Six Easy Ways to Boost Your Brain in the Morning (Inc.)

Tired woman yawning

Regardless of  whether you’re a morning person, starting off your day on the right foot can be challenging. And while a boost of caffeine may help, what if you want to avoid the coffee addiction altogether?

John Boitnott from Inc. offers six easy and small adjustments you can make to jump-start your brain in the morning.