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Homeless people in their fifties have more geriatric conditions than those living in homes who are decades older, according to researchers who are following 350 people who are homeless and aged 50 and over, in Oakland.
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A quick, cheap and highly efficient method for producing a water-purifying chemical has been developed by researchers. The work opens up the possibility of manufacturing the chemical in some of the poorest, remote and disaster-stricken areas of the world.
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A new optical technique shows how information is transmitted in the brains of mice. Using this method, they found that only a small portion of synapses -- the connections between cells that control brain activity -- may be active at any given time.
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Biological anthropologists have discovered a new way of examining the fragile teeth of children who lived between the 11th and 15th centuries without damaging them. By using 3-D microscopic imaging, researchers have been able to safely reconstruct the diet of children who would have lived next door…
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Researchers are using 3-D printers to develop a low cost, point-of-care device that can quickly detect anemia. Anemia is a condition in which the blood does not have enough healthy red blood cells to transport oxygen to the body's organs. It affects 2 billion people worldwide, including more than…
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Behavioral laterality, or left- or right-handedness, has been reported in many animals, including humans, chimpanzees, toads, rats, mice, and invertebrates such as crustaceans and insects. Now researchers have shed light on the development of behavioral laterality (left-/right-handedness) in a…
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How do epileptic seizures develop? A new model may help to answer this question. Physicists have developed a model whose behavior – although based on strict rules – can apparently change spontaneously. There are also changes of this type in nature, for example, in the development of migraine…
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Women who prefer physically formidable and dominant mates (PPFDM) tend to feel more at risk of crime regardless of the situation or risk factors present, according to new research.
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Ideology is a key factor in determining how people assess the credibility of scientific researchers, according to a new study. Results indicate that people who tend toward an elitist world view are more inclined to judge white male researchers as more credible, while people who ascribe to…
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When judging the character of a friend, co-worker or potential romantic partner, pay attention to little acts of kindness or cruelty because these are likely part of a consistent behavioral pattern, suggests new research.
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A new study, believed to be the first to look at the mental health of transgender children who have "socially transitioned," finds that they had rates of depression and anxiety no higher than two control groups of children. The findings challenge long-held assumptions that mental health problems in…
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New research adds an extra dimension to the known set of human proteins. Genes can shift their expression towards alternative protein versions (proteoforms) that rival their full length counterparts in stability. For that reason, the diversity of human proteins seems to be fundamentally…
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You may think you are doing the right back exercises to help your back pain, but a new app coupled with a wristband will help you—and your doctors—to figure out if this is true.
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The spike in blood sugar levels that can come after a meal is controlled by the brain's neuronal mitochondria, which are considered the 'powerhouse of cells,' researchers found in a new study. The findings could provide a better understanding of how type 2 diabetes develops.
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Technology may not have caught up to the teleportation devices of science fiction, but now we have some idea of how the brain handles 'beaming up' from one location to another, thanks to research by neuroscientists involving some specially wired volunteers.
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About one in five lesbian and four in five bisexual teen girls who are sexually active had a recent male sex partner, according to a new US study of close to 3,000 adolescent girls that appears in the March issue of the Journal of Adolescent Health.
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Most of the 82 Ebola survivors in a new study from the world's largest Ebola outbreak had brain symptoms more than six months after the initial infection. The study is part of the larger Prevail III study, which follows patients with prior Ebola virus disease and their close contacts who serve as…
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Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne tropical disease that can develop into the life-threatening dengue hemorrhagic fever/dengue shock syndrome. There are currently no standard biomarkers or algorithms for the prognosis of the progression to hemorrhagic fever or potentially fatal shock syndrome.…
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New insights suggest that the source of human cells used to generate new tissues and organs may be an important consideration in personalized medicine. Medical researchers released the results of a study highlighting molecular differences in cells that are gaining traction in the field of…
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Without a more efficient treatment, more than 200,000 people living with Chagas disease will die from heart disease in the next five years.
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Medical researchers found that for adults aged 50 to 79 moving more, even 10 minutes of light activity daily, predicts lower mortality rates.
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Scientists report definitive evidence linking obesity to lymphatic dysfunction in the Prox1+/- mouse model.
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Scientists sought to explore how post-translational modification of mitochondrial proteins involved in energy metabolism contributes to the development of heart failure.
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Healthy Habits Work Better for Diabetes than Drugs, Say Many Doctors Diabetes and prediabetes are potentially very serious, chronic conditions that are rising in incidence at a shocking rate. Currently, the number of diabetics and prediabetics in the United States… The post Lifestyle Changes…
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Everyone has a different mixture of personality traits: some are outgoing, some are tough and some are anxious. A new study suggests that brains also have different traits that affect both anatomical and cognitive factors, such as intelligence and memory.
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