In the young:

Kids who wet the bed had a higher risk for psychiatric disorders — especially ADHD and intelligence disability. (Clinical Epidemiology)

Antisocial tendencies, such as lack of empathy, were linked to unique brain structural patterns in an MRI analysis involving more than 1,000 participants. (The Lancet Psychiatry)News

An increase in U.S. youth suicide rates has surprised many after a decline from 1999 to 2007.  Sadly a steady – a doubling of emergency departments (EDs) for suicide attempts (SA) or suicide ideation (SI)increases is currently present in ages 5-18. (JAMA Pediatrics)

In the rest of us:

In related news, taller-than-average men — above 5’10” or so — saw a lower risk for dementia later in life than shorter men. (eLife)

Your odds of losing brain memory is less after recent research found those who speak at least two languages might help protect the brain against Alzheimer’s. (ScienceDaily)