Liar, Liar, your stomach's on Fire!

MONDAY, Oct. 31 (HealthDay News) -- By the time Trisha Pasricha was in seventh grade, her gastroenterologist father had taught her "way more" about the workings of the GI system "than any middle school student should know," she admits.

And growing up, her mother, a former engineer with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, shared stories about the use of lie detectors that intrigued the young girl.

Drawing upon these combined influences, the now 16-year-old high school student came up with a novel use of the electrogastrogram (EGG), a machine that records the stomach's electrical activity. Perhaps, she thought, the EGG could be used to measure the stress of lying....... the link above to keep reading

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