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Long-term heavy use of alcohol in adolescence alters cortical excitability and functional connectivity in the brain, according to a new study from the University of Eastern Finland and Kuopio University…
01.18 / 11:43
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A protein thought to fuel pancreatic cancer development plays a much more complicated role, a new study…
01.18 / 11:06
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Patients who have chronic kidney disease but are not on dialysis have higher out-of-pocket healthcare expenses than even stroke and cancer patients, according to a study by researchers at Loyola University Chicago and Loyola…
01.18 / 08:41
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A mini-symposium published in the Journal of the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus provides important insights into new techniques and treatments that show promise for eliminating retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) throughout the…
01.18 / 08:40
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The Georgia State University Research Foundation has entered into a research collaboration agreement with GeoVax Labs, Inc., a Georgia-based biotechnology company developing human vaccines, to advance development of a therapeutic vaccine for treatment of chronic Hepatitis B…
01.18 / 06:13
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TUESDAY, Jan. 17, 2017 -- Black Americans who live in poor neighborhoods are at higher risk for heart disease and stroke than those who live in wealthier areas, a new study finds. Researchers analyzed data collected from black men and women…
01.18 / 01:48
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TUESDAY, Jan. 17, 2017 -- Talking or texting on your cell phone may spell trouble during exercise, researchers say. In two studies, they found that talking or texting on a cell phone during a workout lowers the intensity of your exercise…
01.17 / 23:58
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The federal government has quietly approved a plasma-for-profit clinic in Saskatoon, drawing fiery criticism from politicians, scientists and patients The post What a blood plasma-for-profit clinic means for public health care appeared first on…
01.17 / 23:50
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Children of obese fathers nearly twice a likely to fail tests measuring ‘personal-social functioning’ by age three compared to children of normal weight…
01.17 / 22:18
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TUESDAY, Jan. 17, 2017 -- Repealing major parts of the Affordable Care Act could deprive 18 million Americans of insurance in the first year, a new report concludes. That number would jump to 32 million by 2026, according to a new report from…
01.17 / 21:30
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Misdiagnosis of respiratory disorder believed to affect about three million Canadians leads to patients being unnecessarily treated The post Study: A third of adults treated for asthma don’t actually have asthma appeared first on…
01.17 / 20:47
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DGIST's research team has experimentally proved the hypothesis that the accumulated chronic inflammation results in the aging of…
01.17 / 19:48
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An international team of scientists, led by Todd Lencz, PhD, professor at The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research at Northwell Health and Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, have unlocked some of the genes responsible for cognitive…
01.17 / 18:34
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A team of scientists has revealed the capacity of the CPEB4 protein to prevent fatty liver disease. …
01.17 / 18:30
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Good deeds are always needed, not just for one month out of twelve. Here are a few ideas that you can give back in the New…
01.17 / 17:57
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Weighing is one of the most common laboratory tasks. Micro, semi-micro, analytical and precision balances are now perfected to such a degree that, in general, special weighing rooms are no longer…
01.17 / 15:30
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TUESDAY, Jan. 17, 2017 -- Developing high blood pressure in very old age may provide some protection from dementia, a new study suggests. In middle age, high blood pressure -- also called hypertension -- boosts dementia risk later in life,…
01.17 / 15:22
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Bruker has been involved in the Phenome Center network since its beginning. Several years ago, the whole visionary concept of a global phenome network was actually born with Professor Jeremy Nicholson and Bruker BioSpin has been part of it since the early…
01.17 / 14:17
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Diminishing levels of GABA, the primary inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain, may play a role in cognitive decline as we age, according to a study published in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and…
01.17 / 13:03
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MIAMI — Just because it’s too cold for your normal three-mile outdoor run doesn’t mean the treadmill has to be a monotonous exercise in staring at a blank wal…
01.17 / 10:20
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