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In his most recent “Research Report” column in the Wall Street Journal, Jeremy Singer-Vine delivers clarity on the following studies that made news recently:

* The effects of binge drinking on college students’ next-day academic test-taking performance and mood state

* Supertaskers: Profiles in Extraordinary Multi-tasking Ability

* Antibiotic resistance

* The effects of common footwear on joint loading in osteoarthritis of the knee

* You Are How You Eat: Fast Food and Impatience

* Ultraviolet light appears to reduce multiple-sclerosis symptoms

* Chocolate consumption in relation to blood pressure and risk of cardiovascular disease in German adults

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