Study: Chewing gum can help boost test scores

10/29/2013 | Korea Times (Seoul), The

Chewing gum for five minutes before a test improved test scores, researchers found. Three focus groups were tested: one group chewed gum five minutes before the test, another chewed gum during the test, and a third did not chew gum at all. Those who chewed gum before the test scored the highest. "Chewing keeps the brain active," said a researcher, and the effects were found to last for 20 minutes.

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