German researchers used MRIs to scan the brains of 30 young men, half of them wearing ties, half of them not. The study, published last week in Neuroradiology found that wearing a tie can cut off blood flow to the brain by as much as 7.5 percent.
German researchers used MRIs to scan the brains of 30 young men, half of them wearing ties, half of them not. The study, published last week in Neuroradiology found that wearing a tie can cut off blood flow to the brain by as much as 7.5 percent. Patrick Semansky Associated Press
German researchers used MRIs to scan the brains of 30 young men, half of them wearing ties, half of them not. The study, published last week in Neuroradiology found that wearing a tie can cut off blood flow to the brain by as much as 7.5 percent. Patrick Semansky Associated Press

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