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Many types of cancer are caused by gene mutations in the signalling pathways that control cell growth, such as the hedgehog signalling pathway. A new study now surprisingly shows that in colon cancer hedgehog signalling has a protective function.
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A new study found that when husbands and wives get more sleep than on an average night, they are more satisfied with their marriages, at least the following day.
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Dating shows, dating apps -- they all strive to make sure none of us end up uncoupled forever. But it turns out many single people embrace their single lives, and are likely to experience more psychological growth and development than married people.
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A new study found that the risk of younger siblings developing an autism spectrum disorder is 14 times higher if an older sibling has ASD. The study also found the risk level was consistent across gestational age at birth.
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The first new asthma pill for nearly 20 years has the power to significantly reduce the severity of the condition, a new study has found.
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Women's decreased ability to produce healthy eggs as they become older may be due to excessive scarring and inflammation in their ovaries, reports a new study in mice. This is the first study to show the ovarian environment ages and that aging affects the quality of eggs it produces. These findings…
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For over 60 years, scientists have theorized that a person's body shape and size could be influenced by the climate of where they live. Now a new study suggests there's more to the equation. The paper is among the first to document how evolutionary selection has shaped variation in human limbs…
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As humans evolved over many thousands of years, our bodies developed a system to help us when we start running and suddenly need more oxygen. Now, using that innate reflex as inspiration, researchers have developed a noninvasive way to treat potentially harmful breathing problems in babies who were…
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A group of tribologists -- scientists who study the effect of friction in machines -- and computational materials scientists recently discovered a revolutionary diamond-like film that is generated by the heat and pressure of an automotive engine.
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In contrast to the general belief that the airways of an infant are sterile until after birth, researchers have found that the infant airway is already colonized with bacteria when a baby is born -- and this is true for infants born as early as 24 weeks gestation. How microbes get into the airways…
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Scientists have identified a marker that distinguishes PMN-MDSCs from neutrophils in the blood of patients with a variety of cancers. Study also showed that higher numbers of cells positive for the marker were associated with larger tumor size.
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New research describes a protein created by the body's 'biological clock' that actively represses inflammatory pathways within the affected limbs during the night.
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Elongated fibers (fibrils) of the beta-amyloid protein form the typical senile plaques present in the brains of patients with Alzheimer's disease. A research team has simultaneously succeeded in elucidating the structure of the most disease-relevant beta-amyloid peptide 1-42 fibrils at atomic…
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Medical researchers have found that inhibiting a protein called BMI1 could inhibit the development of lung cancer.
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Studies are providing basic new understanding about 'heat shock proteins,' also called'chaperone proteins.' Researchers presented data that show how heat shock proteins break apart protein complexes.
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A strong focus on reward combined with a lack of self-control appears to be linked to the tendency to commit an offence. Brain scans show that this combination occurs in psychopathic criminals, say researchers from Nijmegen in an article in the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience.
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As the state takes a deep look at its hepatitis C epidemic, researchers have crunched the numbers to project what could be done to lift Rhode Island's burden of death and disease.
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Long before Zika virus made it a household word, the birth defect called microcephaly puzzled scientists and doctors -- even as it changed the lives of the babies born with it during the pre-Zika era. But new discoveries may help explain what happens in the developing brains that causes babies to…
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When it comes to personal finances, impulsiveness and materialism can lead to bad decisions and a failure to save enough, but new research suggests that when people focus more on the future, they tend to be less impulsive, regardless of their level of financial literacy.
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While many companies have long promised that their brain-training products can sharpen aging minds, only one type of computerized brain training so far has been shown to improve people's mental quickness and significantly reduce the risk of dementia, according to new research.
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Curiosity could be an effective tool to entice people into making smarter and sometimes healthier decisions.
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People who commit mass shootings in America tend to share three traits: rampant depression, social isolation and pathological narcissism, according to a new article that calls on the media to deny such shooters the fame they seek.
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Whether they're swiping left or swiping right, male users of the popular dating app Tinder appear to have lower levels of self-esteem and all users appear to have more negative perception of body image than those who don't use the app.
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Researchers have engineered living bone tissue to repair bone loss in the jaw, a structure that is typically difficult to restore. They grafted customized implants into pig jaws that resulted in integration and function of the engineered graft into the recipient's own tissue.
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A group of physicists developed a way to use the therapeutic effect of heating or cooling the tissues due to the magnetocaloric effect.
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