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Two key antibodies in the blood of Ebola survivors can provide “substantial protection” against various varieties of the dreaded viral disease, according to...
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7.18.2018
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Eugenie Clark was a pioneer in shark biology, known around the world for her illuminating research on shark behavior. Now a new species of dogfish shark...
by Florida Institute of Technology
7.18.2018
2:40pm
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Physicists have found evidence for what may have caused a particular star's most recent dimming event: a collision of two infant planetary bodies that produced...
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
7.18.2018
2:26pm
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A sample of ancient oxygen, teased out of a 1.4 billion-year-old lake deposit in Ontario, provides fresh evidence of what the Earth's atmosphere and biosphere...
by McGill University
7.18.2018
2:13pm
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A multi-university study reveals that E. coli has managed to keep a big secret about its defenses. Scientists had overlooked the astonishing physical strength...
by Stanford University
7.18.2018
2:01pm
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Democratic lawmakers joined scores of scientists, health providers, environmental officials and activists in denouncing an industry-backed proposal that could...
by Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press
7.18.2018
1:46pm
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The risk of developing autism-spectrum disorders is determined by the mother's microbiome during pregnancy, new research has revealed.
by University of Virginia Health System
7.18.2018
1:33pm
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Researchers at the Uppsala Biomedical Center, Uppsala University, are using cutting-edge MALDI-MSI technology to image small molecules such as...
by Shannon Cornett, Ph.D., Bruker Daltonics
7.18.2018
1:12pm
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Scientists have found that deleting a single gene in a particular strain of gut bacteria causes changes in metabolism and reduced weight gain in mice.
by eLife
7.18.2018
10:03am
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Researchers found scores of differences in how genes function when they compared the whole genomes of children with very high-stress in early life to kids...
by University of Wisconsin-Madison
7.18.2018
9:43am
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A bad mood may help your brain with everyday tasks.
by University of Waterloo
7.18.2018
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World’s largest study on allergic rhinitis reveals new risk genes.
by Helmholtz Zentrum München
7.18.2018
9:38am
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Researchers have identified a key protein involved in the irregular brain cell activity seen in autism spectrum disorders and epilepsy. The protein, p53, is...
by Steph Adams, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
7.18.2018
9:19am
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The ICD is the foundation for identifying health trends and statistics worldwide, and contains around 55,000 unique codes for injuries, diseases and causes of...
by World Health Organization
7.18.2018
9:12am
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Omega 3 supplements have little or no effect on the risk of heart disease, stroke or death, according to new research.
by University of East Anglia
7.18.2018
9:06am
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Progress on new artificial intelligence technology could make monitoring at water treatment plants cheaper and easier, and help safeguard public health.
by University of Waterloo
7.18.2018
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A new study suggests that CT scans, commonly used in medical imaging, may increase the risk of brain tumors.
by Oxford University Press, USA
7.18.2018
8:54am
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Researchers show for the first time that free-living, sap-sucking bugs can manipulate the metabolism of their host plants to create stable, nutritious feeding...
by eLife
7.18.2018
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Just two hours of vigorous yard work in the summer suna without drinking fluids could be enough to blunt concentration, according to a new study.
by Georgia Institute of Technology
7.17.2018
2:46pm
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Investments designed to prevent massive carbon losses from the world's tropical forests are likely to be least effective for biodiversity in the most...
by Lancaster University
7.17.2018
2:35pm
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New study highlights yet another poor health outcome associated with adverse childhood experiences.
by Diane Mapes, Fred Hutch
7.17.2018
2:21pm
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Nitric oxide gas produced by a type of harmful bacteria lets roundworms know to stay away from it, says a new study.
by eLife
7.17.2018
2:16pm
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A new study provides evidence towards selection in mtDNA due to variations in temperature.
by Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) Graduate University
7.17.2018
2:08pm
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In a large international study involving almost 900,000 participants, researchers have found new risk genes for hay fever. It is the largest genetic study so...
by University of Copenhagen, The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
7.17.2018
1:58pm
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Men may recover more quickly from influenza infections because they produce more of a key lung-healing protein, a study suggests.
by Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
7.17.2018
1:45pm
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Piers J. Sellers worked for nearly another year, and up to six weeks on a project before his death. Now his final paper has been published posthumously,...
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7.17.2018
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In a new study, biologists has discovered that different versions of a single gene have unexpected links between color patterns in pigeons, and vision defects...
by University of Utah
7.17.2018
9:09am
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A scientist has discovered a gene-editing technology that could efficiently and accurately correct the genetic defects that underlie certain diseases,...
by City of Hope
7.17.2018
8:52am
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The team discovered the traveling kelp had drifted 20,000km to reach that shore, making it the longest known biological rafting event ever recorded.
by University of New South Wales
7.17.2018
8:37am