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Are employees more likely to help co-workers above them or beneath them in the corporate pecking order? A new study suggests that may be the wrong question to ask. Researchers found that workers are most likely to help colleagues who are moderately distant from themselves in status -- both above…
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Proteins play a large role in DNA regulation, but a new study finds that DNA molecules directly interact with one another in a way that's dependent on the sequence of the DNA and epigenetic factors. This could have implications for how DNA is organized in the cell and even how genes are regulated…
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The cost of treating hepatitis C virus could be cut up to 50 percent if mathematical models are used to predict when patients can safely stop taking direct-acting antiviral medication, according to a new study.
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New research shows how more severe cases of pediatric cardiomyopathy-linked heart disease are associated with reduced 'quality of life and functional status,' which can have a negative impact on families of the patients and thus contribute to poor outcomes.
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New research reveals that bacteria which agglutinate before entering the body are far more resistant than single-celled bacteria. This may be the cause of chronic infections, say scientists.
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Emotions consist of general components that are also elicited by similar impressions and specific components, report researchers. Previous studies have shown that the same brain structures -- namely the anterior insula and the cingulate cortex - are activated, irrespective of whether the pain is…
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A researcher is obsessed with frogs and figuring out why they are dying at an unprecedented rate around the world. Her latest research suggests that natural selection as well as other evolutionary forces have shaped the evolution of immune genes in lowland leopard frog populations helping them…
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New work has shown that transcranial magnetic stimulation (noninvasive and painless) of the STS can selectively and transiently inhibit the subject's gaze into the eyes of the person speaking to them. It offers new therapeutic prospects for autistic patients precisely presenting anatomical and…
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What does Brad Pitt have in common with a fruit fly? His Hollywood hairstyles cover a prominent cowlick -- the swirl of hair that that is caused by a patterning mechanism also active in our two-winged friends -- that similarly feature 'polarized' hair patterns.
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Researchers examined the willingness of voting US citizens to become living kidney donors and to determine the potential influence of compensation for donation.
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Research has identified mutations in lung cancer that is key to tumor growth, offering a new way to differentiate and treat some patients with the disease. Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) makes up around 8 in 10 cases of lung cancer but the outlook is bleak for many patients, who are often…
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Premature birth is a harsh change of environment for a baby. Until birth, the baby is confined to the mother's womb, surrounded by soft lighting and filtered noise. When infants are born, they are attacked by several visual, sound, and tactile stimulations. Researchers have examined the…
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If an infectious disease outbreak or an attack using an agent such as anthrax were to occur in Chicago, it most likely first will be noticed in emergency rooms throughout the city. Swift identification of the cause of an incoming patients' illness could be crucial to public health and safety…
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Researchers report the development of a unique antiviral assay - a test that can be used by researchers worldwide to detect the Zika virus in infected cell cultures.
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Child alert systems for endangered missing and abducted children in Europe can help find them alive, preliminary research has found. The research is the first to examine child alert systems in Europe -- specifically the UK, the Netherlands, Czech Republic and Poland -- which between them issued 19…
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Premature babies have a hard time getting the oxygen they need as their lungs are not sufficiently developed. Today you can only use X-rays to see how much air babies' lungs contain, but, according to research, in the future, these types of tests could be done using laser light.
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As UK supermarkets pledge to cut food waste by 20 percent within the next decade, experts are calling on the government to take legislative action and debate the Food Waste (Reduction) Bill.
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Closer adherence to Japanese dietary guidelines is associated with a lower risk of death from all causes and death from cardiovascular disease, particularly stroke, finds a new study.
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Cancer therapy is often hampered by the accumulation of fluids in and around the tumor, which is caused by leakage from the blood vessels in the tumor. Researchers now show how leakage from blood vessels is regulated. They have identified a novel mechanism whereby leakage can be suppressed to…
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A new version of a popular MEGA (Molecular Evolutionary Genomics Analysis) software has been released, one of the most highly downloaded and widely used tools used by scientists worldwide to harness large-scale DNA sets for comparative studies.
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The ground-breaking study could open up new pathways for health professionals to diagnose and treat mental health conditions in the future.
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Two experts debate whether doctors should boycott working in Australia's immigration detention centers. Last month, the president of the Australian Medical Association finally denounced Australia's appalling treatment of asylum seekers, calling it "state-sanctioned child abuse."
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Scientists have shown that the foam made by Trinidadian frogs represents a new, non-toxic antibiotic delivery system that may help to prevent infections. Researchers have been analysing the frog foam, showing that it is highly stable and capable of taking up drugs before releasing them at a stable…
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High-intensity 'sprint training' may be gaining popularity at gyms, but if you're new to this form of exercise, the workout could do more harm than good. A study has found signs of stress in the muscle tissues of their non-athlete, untrained subjects after ultra-intense leg and arm cycling…
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People who smoked cannabis four or more days of the week over many years ended up in a lower social class than their parents, with lower-paying, less skilled and less prestigious jobs than those who were not regular cannabis smokers, shows a research study that followed children from birth up to…
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