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Researchers Finds Mechanism Affecting Alcohol Consumption

A Washington State University researcher has found a mechanism that strongly influences whether or not an animal is ... View more
31 August 2016
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Scientists Use Ultrasound to Jump-start a Man’s Brain After Coma

A 25-year-old man recovering from a coma has made remarkable progress following a treatment at UCLA to jump-start ... View more
27 August 2016
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Your Instagram Photos Can Reveal Whether you have Depression

Instagram posts give friends a peek into your personal life, but new research shows they may also provide ... View more
24 August 2016
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Researchers Complete Unprecedented Study of the Global Virome

“The amount of analysis and discoveries that we anticipate will follow this dataset cannot be overstated.” ... View more
24 August 2016
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Gut Bacteria, Antibiotics, and the Rise of Type 1 Diabetes

Breaking research investigates antibiotic use in children and the later development of type 1 diabetes. Could antibiotics be ... View more
24 August 2016
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HIV Effort Let Down by Test Shortages, Says WHO

A shortage of HIV testing could undermine global efforts to diagnose and treat people with the infection, warn ... View more
24 August 2016
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U.S. Heart Group Sets Limit on Sugar for Kids and Teens

The vast majority of children and teens should have less than six teaspoons of added sugar in their ... View more
24 August 2016
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New PBS Drug Approvals Announced

Patients with diabetes may be able to shift from 14 injections per week down to just one with ... View more
24 August 2016
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First ‘Gold-standard’ Trial of Ketamine’s Anti-depressant Effects Launched

The first “gold standard” clinical trial of ketamine for the ongoing treatment of major depression was launched in ... View more
17 August 2016
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Political Psychology: The Presidents’ Mental Health

Perhaps it isn't surprising, given the intense rhetoric of this year's presidential election, that politicians have started throwing ... View more
17 August 2016
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Molecular Origami: Protein Engineering Emerges to Fight Disease

Protein engineer Aaron Chevalier has a hunch that origami — on a smaller scale — could be the future of ... View more
15 August 2016
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HIV: Newly Discovered Component Could Lead to More Effective Drugs

Scientists from the Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge and University College London - both ... View more
15 August 2016
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Chemo Drug in Pregnancy May Cause Early Menopause in Daughters

The University of Edinburgh in the United Kingdom finds that etoposide - a chemotherapy drug used to treat ... View more
15 August 2016
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Household Pesticides Pose Biggest Exposure Risk to Children Under Five

Cockroach and ant baits pose the biggest poison exposure risk to small children, a new study has found. ... View more
15 August 2016
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Most Seniors Won’t Abuse Opioids After Surgery

Seniors who receive prescriptions for opioid drugs to control pain after major surgery don't usually end up addicted ... View more
15 August 2016
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‘Feeling Full’ Hormone Increase in Seniors May Explain ‘Anorexia of Aging’

Termed "anorexia of aging, " loss of appetite is common among elderly adults, with around 15-20 percent of ... View more
09 August 2016
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Sleep Apnea Triggers Pediatric Fatty Liver Disease Progression

Obstructive sleep apnea and low nighttime oxygen - which results in oxidative stress - may trigger progression of ... View more
09 August 2016
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Mesoblast Cell Treatment Shows Promise in Rheumatoid Arthritis, Study

Mesoblast Ltd on Monday said its experimental stem-cell treatment led to significant improvements of symptoms and disease activity ... View more
09 August 2016
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Volunteering Later in Life Can Enhance Mental Health and Wellbeing

Becoming a volunteer later on in life can result in good mental health and wellbeing, according to researchers ... View more
09 August 2016
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Researchers Discover Potential Avenue to Treating Type 2 Diabetes at Early Stages

Researchers at the Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute (SBP) have identified a new potential target for drugs ... View more
09 August 2016
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