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In the midst of the 2016 presidential election season, headlines often tell the story of a polarized political climate in America. However, a recent national survey has found overwhelming bipartisan support for parks and recreation.
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A new method to screen tumor samples for the presence of any human polyomavirus has been created by a team of researchers. Their study found no evidence for the involvement of human polyomaviruses in the development of these cancers and helps to resolve questions in the field about whether viruses…
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A comprehensive analysis has been published of myeloid lineage immune cells in the circulation and in tumors of glioblastoma patients. Glioblastoma is an extremely aggressive brain tumor with limited treatment options.
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A team of food scientists has successfully formulated a recipe for making healthier bread by adding a natural plant pigment, called anthocyanin, extracted from black rice. This new bread option gets digested at a slower rate – hence improving blood glucose control – and is high in antioxidants,…
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A new study sheds light on a link between noncorrectable vision problems and ADHD in children. Results from a large survey of 75,000 children suggest an increased risk of ADHD among children with vision problems that are not correctable with glasses or contacts, such as color blindness or lazy eye,…
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People who exercise have better mental fitness, and a new imaging study now shows why. The finding offers new insights into brain metabolism and why exercise could become an important part of treating depression and other neuropsychiatric disorders linked with deficiencies in neurotransmitters,…
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When middle school youth listen to rap music for three or more hours each day, they are more likely to believe that their peers are having sex and subsequently more likely to initiate sex by ninth grade, according to a study.
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An effective and reliable technique for studying high-arched palate has been developed using a mouse model. The methodology could expand research into the genetic aspects of this craniofacial abnormality.
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PyramidalExplorer, a free distributed software toolkit, has been developed to allow researchers to study the organization of the pyramidal neuron in depth.
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A new study has shed light on a chain of events that allows tumor cells to thrive in tough environments, identifying potential new ways to diagnose and treat cancer.
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Midwives need more than fingers to figure out who the C-section candidates are. Small, tablet-sized ultrasound devices may be the key, report researchers.
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Psychologists have just published a study examining the sexual satisfaction -- or dissatisfaction -- of heterosexual couples in long-term relationships, and what contributes to keeping sexual passion alive.
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The brain is an enormous network of communication, containing over 100 billion nerve cells, or neurons, with branches that connect at more than 100 trillion points. They are constantly sending signals through a vast neuron forest that forms memories, thoughts and feelings; these patterns of…
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Pancreatic tumors often lose the ability to express a small ribonucleic acid molecule called miR-137, a recent breakthrough has shown. The loss of miR-137 works in conjunction with various mutations frequently observed in pancreatic tumors to trigger uncontrolled cell growth and then cancer.
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People who exercise regularly tend to be less depressed after a heart attack, say researchers. But it is never too late to start exercising to reap the benefits of training, they add.
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There is growing evidence that high levels of intense exercise may be cardiotoxic and promote permanent structural changes in the heart, which can, in some individuals, predispose them to experience arrhythmias (abnormal heart rhythm). A review explores current controversies and makes the case for…
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A new generation of biological infection-fighting bandages could reduce the death rate among victims of serious burns, report burn specialists.
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Researchers have created a new kind of laser capable of pulsed and continuous mid-infrared (IR) emission between 3.1 and 3.2 microns, a spectral range that has long presented a major challenge for laser developers. The achievement could aid in the development of new uses for mid-IR lasers, which…
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Control over obesity and diabetes may be one step closer thanks to a study in fat tissue.
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Out-of-towners using marijuana in Colorado -- which has legally allowed sales of the drug in retail dispensaries since 2014 -- are ending up in the emergency room for marijuana-related symptoms at an increasing rate, reports a new study. Visitors are unprepared for the adverse effects of marijuana…
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People with diabetes often have high blood pressure and an increased cardiovascular risk. They are therefore often recommended more intensive blood pressure lowering treatment that non-diabetics. However, for patients with systolic blood pressure levels under 140, antihypertensive drugs may…
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One in four cases of colorectal cancer (CRC) detected in a guiac fecal occult blood testing (gFOBT) program are diagnosed within two years of a negative screening result, a study has found, suggesting that gFOBT should be replaced by more sensitive screening methods to improve detection rates.
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A new study identifies genome variants and pathways that contribute to composing and arranging in musically trained individuals. The study estimates the inherited proportion as 30% for these characteristics. Genes linked to composing and arranging suggest the role of the cerebellar LTD pathway,…
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For the first time, genome sequencing has been carried out on Chlamydia trachomatis (C. trachomatis), a bacteria responsible for the disease Trachoma - the world's leading infectious cause of blindness, according to a new study.
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Scientists have found evidence that some carbon nanomaterials can enter into immune cell membranes, seemingly going undetected by the cell's built-in mechanisms for engulfing and disposing of foreign material, and then escape through some unidentified pathway.
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