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Kindness is Contagious

Conformity gets a bad rap, and it often deserves one. People abuse drugs,  deface national parks, and spend ... View more
03 August 2016
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Scientists Observe Reaction of Neurons in Real-time After Concussive Trauma

A team of Brown University researchers has been able to watch in real time what happens to neurons ... View more
03 August 2016
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How Night Shifts Can Increase Cancer Risk

Scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) reveal that disruption to the circadian rhythm also leads to ... View more
03 August 2016
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A Panel of Biomarkers May Predict Early Alzheimer’s Disease

University of Wisconsin-Madison Alzheimer's researchers have identified a scientific approach that may help predict which older adults are ... View more
03 August 2016
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Acute Pain Management

The following article will summarise relevant and new findings regarding Acute Pain Management, including the use of analgesics ... View more
Prof Stephan Schug | 02 August 2016
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The Neuroscience of “Cool”

In the early 2000s, a major shift happened in the way people dress. Flared and baggy jeans began ... View more
27 July 2016
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Behavioral Activation as Effective as CBT for Depression, at Lower Cost

A simple and inexpensive therapy is equally as effective at treating depression as the "gold standard" of Cognitive ... View more
27 July 2016
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New Tools for Assessing Drug Value Haven’t Caught on with Payers — Yet

As prices for prescription drugs keep rising, several organizations have developed different ways to assess the value of ... View more
27 July 2016
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Teens Who Play Sports Less Likely to Say They’ve Done Heroin

Teens who play sports are less likely than those who don’t to say they’ve ever used opioid painkillers ... View more
27 July 2016
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As Hep C Sales Decline, Wall Street Wonders What Gilead Does for its Next Act

Can Gilead Sciences pull another rabbit out of the M&A hat? The biotech became a Wall Street darling ... View more
27 July 2016
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Early and Late Menopause Can Increase Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Women who begin menopause before age 45 or after 55 have an increased risk of developing type 2 ... View more
27 July 2016
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Certain Factors Increase Magnitude of Head Impact in HS Football

In high school football, head impacts are more severe in the second quarter of the game, when caused ... View more
20 July 2016
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Lower Risk of Bowel Cancer Death Linked to High Omega 3 Intake After Diagnosis

A high dietary intake of omega 3 fatty acids, derived from oily fish, may help to lower the ... View more
20 July 2016
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Higher Education Associated with Reduced Heart Failure Risk After Myocardial Infarction

Higher education is associated with a reduced risk of developing heart failure after a heart attack, reports a ... View more
20 July 2016
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Women on Osteoporosis Drugs Still Need Bone Density Screenings

Women with osteoporosis who take drugs to help avoid fractures still need to have their bone density monitored, ... View more
20 July 2016
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How Artificial Sweeteners May Mess With Your Brain

Artificial sweeteners have been the subject of a lot of scientific debate in recent years, partly owing to ... View more
18 July 2016
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Transparent Skull Implant Set to Ease Laser Brain Surgery

The day when surgeons can stop having to repeatedly cut open the skull to deliver life-saving laser therapy ... View more
13 July 2016
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Telehealth Poised to Revolutionize Health Care

Telehealth is growing rapidly and has the potential to transform the delivery of health care for millions of ... View more
13 July 2016
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Immunotherapy Benefits Relapsed Stem Cell Transplant Recipients

For many patients with advanced blood cancers, a stem-cell transplant can drive the disease into remission. However, about ... View more
13 July 2016
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Over 40s ‘Have More Babies’ Than Under 20s

Women over 40 are having more babies than the under 20s for the first time in nearly 70 ... View more
13 July 2016
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