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2015/05/28 21:59
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Pronation: Not To Blame For Injuries? For years, pronation has been a common scapegoat when it comes to identifying the cause of running injuries. Physicians, coaches and running store employees long...
2015/05/28 21:59
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2015/05/26 12:35
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Bloomberg News reports that the issue at stake is whether the government was transparent in its handling of the deal. A recent statement signed by the speaker of parliament criticized the...
2015/05/22 15:21
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Catching a simple infection can damage your IQ for several YEARS, study warns The more infections a person suffers, the bigger the damage to brain power Damage can occur after any infection, but is...
2015/05/14 18:39
2015/05/14 18:39
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Orbits of 74 small extrasolar planets are found to be close to circular, in contrast to previous measurements of massive exoplanets. The results, to be published in the Astrophysical Journal are...
2015/05/12 19:43
2015/05/12 19:43
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The findings don’t seem to apply to men, the researchers say. They presented their analysis at the 2015 European Congress on Obesity. Women in the study had one of three types of weight loss surgery....
2015/05/12 07:29
2015/05/12 07:29
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Patrols of ants on cashew nut trees can roughly double the yield of the crop, according to researchers in Benin. The researchers say that African weaver ants (Oecophylla longinoda) are an effective...
2015/05/12 06:08
2015/05/12 06:08
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A research collaboration between the universities of Oslo and Aarhus has resulted in the development of a new method with diagnostic potential. The new method that combines phase extraction with an...
2015/05/11 22:21
2015/05/11 22:21
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Can ASPIRIN banish depression? Scientists say the illness could be caused by inflammation in the body Scientists at Cambridge University have linked depression with inflammation Some of us have...
2015/05/08 15:17
2015/05/08 15:17
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Scandinavian Trade ‘Triggered’ the Viking Age Newswise — The study by Dr Steve Ashby, of the Department of Archaeology at York, working with colleagues from York and Aarhus University, identified the...
2015/05/08 14:52
2015/05/08 14:52
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Patrols of ants on cashew nut trees can roughly double the yield of the crop, according to researchers in Benin. The researchers say that African weaver ants (Oecophylla longinoda) are an effective...
2015/05/04 20:56
2015/05/04 20:56
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... Health) - In a study from Denmark, victims of cardiac arrest who got cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) from a bystander were more likely to eventually return to work. Researchers studied...
2015/05/04 00:18
2015/05/04 00:18
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Since the early 1980s, when HIV was first identified, our knowledge of the virus—how it causes disease, how it interacts with our immune system, how it responds to drugs—has grown year by year. Drugs...
2015/05/02 23:42
2015/05/02 23:42
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... talk now – island hopping”, “playing golf, call me back” and, “sorry, she’s somewhere in France …” are just three of the responses proffered when trying to track down that most elusive of...
2015/05/01 20:45
2015/05/01 20:45
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A diet rich in cheese might actually give you a metabolic boost, according to new research. But lest you think this is a gift from some celestial dairy fairy, there's a few important caveats. The...
2015/04/30 13:31
2015/04/30 13:31
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Using a novel, helicopter-borne sensor to penetrate the surface of large swathes of terrain, a team of researchers supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) has gathered compelling evidence...
2015/04/24 15:30
2015/04/24 15:30
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After stopping steroids commonly prescribed for asthma and allergies, a significant number of people may experience signs of malfunctioning in the adrenal glands, a European study finds. So-called...
2015/05/28 21:59
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