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E-Cigarettes Tied to Reduced Odds of Quitting Smoking

People who use electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, are less likely to quit traditional cigarettes than people who don't ... View more
28 January 2016
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A Scary New Superbug Gene has Reached at Least 19 Countries

Just two months ago, researchers in China identified a gene that can make bacteria resistant to a last-resort antibiotic ... View more
28 January 2016
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Chronic Stress Could Lead to Depression and Dementia

Too much stress in your life can ultimately lead to depression and dementia, scientists have warned. A ... View more
28 January 2016
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A New Role for ApoE Explains its Diverse Range of Effects, Particularly in Alzheimer’s

A study from the Buck Institute and UCLA offers an explanation for why a particular genetic form (allele) ... View more
21 January 2016
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Learning a Second Language May Depend on the Strength of Brain’s Connections

Learning a second language is easier for some adults than others, and innate differences in how the various ... View more
21 January 2016
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Pattern of Brain Chatter ‘Clue to Anaesthesia Response’

Taking readings of brain activity before patients go for surgery could help doctors give a more accurate dose ... View more
21 January 2016
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Potato Rich Diet ‘May Increase Pregnancy Diabetes Risk’

Eating potatoes or chips on most days of the week may increase a woman's risk of diabetes during ... View more
14 January 2016
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New Insights into Causes of Loss of Orientation in Dementia

New research has revealed how disease-associated changes in two interlinked networks within the brain may play a key ... View more
14 January 2016
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Implanted Coils Help Some Lung Disease Patients, Study Says

A novel, minimally invasive way to treat severe breathing problems caused by lung disease showed modest but promising ... View more
14 January 2016
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First Serotonin Neurons Made from Human Stem Cells

Su-Chun Zhang, a pioneer in developing neurons from stem cells at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has created a ... View more
17 December 2015
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Obesity ‘Biggest Threat to Women’s Health’ in England

Obesity is the biggest threat to women's health and the health of future generations, warns England's chief medical ... View more
17 December 2015
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Eighty Children Get Chickenpox at Brunswick North West Primary, a School that Calls for ‘Tolerance’ of Vaccine Dodgers

One in four of the children who attend a Brunswick school that calls for tolerance for vaccine dodgers ... View more
17 December 2015
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Molecule Clears Alzheimer’s Plaques in Mice

A molecule can clear Alzheimer's plaques from the brains of mice and improve learning and memory, Korean scientists ... View more
10 December 2015
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Researchers Discover Key Biological Markers for Psychotic Disorders

A team of researchers led by faculty at the University of Georgia has identified a number of biological ... View more
10 December 2015
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Why Focusing on a Visual Task Will Make Us Deaf to Our Surroundings

Concentrating attention on a visual task can render you momentarily ‘deaf’ to sounds at normal levels, reports a ... View more
10 December 2015
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Exploring New Paths for the Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis

Research from the University of Alberta's Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry is trailblazing a potential new pathway for ... View more
03 December 2015
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Many Parents ‘Never Talk About Mental Health’ to Children

More than half of parents in England have never spoken to their children about stress, anxiety or depression, ... View more
03 December 2015
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Safer Way to Do Gene Editing

Scientists say they have fine tuned a gene editing method to make it safer and more accurate - ... View more
03 December 2015
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No Cable Spaghetti in the Brain

Our brain is a mysterious machine. Billions of nerve cells are connected such that they store information as ... View more
26 November 2015
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Researchers Discover How Immune Cells Resist Radiation Treatment

Researchers at The Tisch Cancer Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have discovered a ... View more
26 November 2015
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