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30 percent of all parents of young children in Sweden separate, statistics show. Researchers have mapped the most important factors behind the separations and divorces -- and offer five tips that can save the relationship.
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If followed, new U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) breast cancer screening recommendations will result in thousands of unnecessary deaths each year and thousands more women enduring extensive and expensive treatment than if their cancer had been found early by an annual mammogram, argue…
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Breast cancer screening with digital mammography poses only a small risk of radiation-induced breast cancer for most women, a comprehensive modeling study has found. However, the research showed increased risk for women with large breasts or breast implants, who must often receive extra screening…
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Morality is not rooted in religion, and religion matters less for moral values now than it did thirty years ago, says a researcher. Based on the analysis of European survey data, researchers found that religious decline does not equal moral decline.
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High body adiposity, low physical activity, and particularly their combination are related to poorer physical fitness among 6-8 year old children, research shows. These results suggest that physically active overweight children have better fitness compared to their inactive peers.
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A new method of analyzing crime statistics finds that violent crime in England and Wales is increasing, not decreasing. They found the rate of domestic violence has been increasing since 2009. The rate of violence against women has also been increasing since 2009. But violent crime against men is…
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Potent cancer-killing proteins that can travel by white blood cells to kill tumors have been discovered in the bloodstream of mice with metastatic prostate cancer. In the study, prostate cancer cells were implanted into the prostate of male mice to let the tumors grow. The researchers found that…
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Determinations of breast density can be unreliable, a systematic review of the scientific literature on dense breasts shows, and as many as 19 percent of women are re-categorized as dense rather than non-dense or vice versa from one mammogram to the next, researchers report. Their study also found…
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The diet of Mexican immigrant children in the US is different from what their mothers eat, according to sociologists, and that may mean kids are trading in the generally healthy diet of their moms for less nutritious American fare.
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New research uses time lapse microscopy to show that bacteria use a hedging strategy to trade off varying degrees of antibiotic resistance even when they are not under threat. This new insight could explain why some infections persist in spite of antibiotic treatment and suggests that a different…
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A gene involved in the regulation of emotions and behavior could influence the long-term impact of violence experienced in childhood on antisocial behavior. This is the finding of a longitudinal study carried out by a team of researchers on 327 young men who live in Quebec (Quebec Longitudinal…
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The reason that advertising boosts stock prices for some companies and not others has been uncovered by new research. While nearly every research study has found that advertising has a positive impact on sales, the results are mixed regarding its effectiveness on stock price, which can be seen as…
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Social justice educational initiatives often focus on giving a voice to students of color and low-income students, but one expert says such efforts alone may not be enough to bring about real change.
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High levels of vitamin D are linked to improved fertility and reproductive success, a study of wild sheep has found. Experts hope that further studies will help to determine the relevance of the results for other mammals, including people.
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The first antibodies that can potently neutralize the two deadliest strains of the virus that causes Ebola hemorrhagic fever has been engineered by scientists. The findings, made in mice, are a significant step toward immunotherapies that are effective against all strains of Ebola virus that cause…
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A new study shows that the evolutionary force of genetic drift contributes to the ability of cancerous cells to overtake populations of healthy cells in young children. In contrast, genetic drift contributes almost not at all to leukemia formation in adults. The finding suggests important new…
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Guilt-free sugary treats may be on the horizon. Scientists have discovered an enzyme that can stop the toxic effects of sugar in various organs of the body. This enzyme, named glycerol 3-phosphate phosphatase (G3PP), plays a central role in controlling glucose and fat utilization.
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Researchers have created a digital audio platform that can modify the emotional tone of people's voices while they are talking, to make them sound happier, sadder or more fearful. New results show that while listening to their altered voices, participants' emotional state change in accordance with…
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New research shows that the cells responsible for protecting the brain from infection and inflammation are also responsible for repairing the system of defenses that separates the brain from the rest of the body. These findings have significant clinical implications because certain cardiovascular…
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Improved neural prosthetic focuses on the goal of the movement instead of the individual steps.
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Even small reductions in kidney function are associated with heart and blood vessel damage, according to new research.
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Drinking sugar-sweetened beverages every day was associated with an increase in a particular type of body fat that may affect diabetes and heart disease risk, according to new research.
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A 25-year longitudinal study suggests the curve in happiness from early adulthood to midlife goes up, not down.
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A team of investigators has established the cause of a rare syndrome consistent with Fanconi Anemia, a chromosome instability disorder which is clinically typified by birth defects, bone marrow failure, leukemia, and susceptibility to solid tumors.
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Obesity has direct consequences on health and is associated with the onset of aggressive cancers, but the mechanisms underlying this phenomenon are little known. Researchers have recently elucidated one of these mechanisms in prostate cancer, one of the most common cancers in men: in obese…
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