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Electric jolts to the brain help alertness, learning

WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Tired troops may get a jolt out of a late-night caffeine boost, but researchers at the Air Force Research Laboratory say they may have found a better way to fight fatigue. A mild electric stimulation has proven in a …

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