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2014/08/01 11:39
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After probing more than 200 genetic data sets, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have identified a molecular flag that labels genes critical to a cell's function. The flag...
2014/08/01 11:39
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2014/08/01 10:55
2014/08/01 10:55
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There is an enzyme in the brain that plays a key role in sensing and controlling levels of glucose in the blood. The underlying mechanism that it triggers appears to link to both type 1 and type 2...
2014/08/01 07:39
2014/08/01 07:39
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As U.S. high schools beef up math and science requirements for graduation, researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have found that more rigorous academics drive some students to drop...
Read more at PhysOrg, Newswise
2014/08/01 05:20
2014/08/01 05:20
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Scientists in South Wales have discovered a cause of sudden cardiac death in some young children, sparking hope of developing a cure. A team at Cardiff University’s School of Medicine have identified...
Read more at walesonline, Daily Mail
2014/08/01 05:18
2014/08/01 05:18
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Study: Simple Blood Test May Predict Risk of Suicide (AP Photo) WASHINGTON (Xinhua) — A simple blood test to detect a chemical alteration in a single human gene linked to negative thoughts and...
2014/08/01 04:13
2014/08/01 04:13
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Blair Kamin has been the Chicago Tribune’s architecture critic since 1992. A graduate of Amherst College and the Yale University School of Architecture, he has also been a fellow at the Nieman...
2014/08/01 01:42
2014/08/01 01:42
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As a CEO, practicing physician and business school professor, I have a unique perspective on the business of health care and the culture of medicine. My passion is helping people understand the...
2014/08/01 01:22
2014/08/01 01:22
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OAKLAND -- A Berkeley man and former psychologist was sentenced Thursday to 2½ years in prison and ordered to pay nearly $600,000 restitution following an earlier conviction for tax evasion and theft...
2014/08/01 00:13
2014/08/01 00:13
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... My heart jumped when I saw the poster at the entrance to the Muslim community center in Central Java, Indonesia, in 2009. I didn't need to speak Indonesian to understand the photo of dead and...
2014/07/31 20:58
2014/07/31 20:58
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If we had the same auto fatality rate today that we had in 1921, by my calculations we would have 715,000 Americans dying annually in vehicle accidents. Instead, we’ve reduced the fatality rate by...
2014/07/31 20:47
2014/07/31 20:47
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As lawmakers on Capitol Hill search for a solution to the immigration crisis, an increasing number of local governments are saying enforcing federal immigration policies isn't their job. Current...
2014/07/31 20:42
2014/07/31 20:42
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In the past, researchers often studied sound processing in various animal brains by poking tiny electrodes into the auditory cortex, the part of the brain that processes sound. They then played tones...
Read more at Science Daily, Newswise
2014/07/31 20:27
2014/07/31 20:27
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GALVESTON - KFDM's Lauren Huet traveled to Galveston Thursday and spoke with a leading researcher into the Ebola virus. His work inspired a book and movie. Lauren investigates research into developing...
2014/07/31 19:38
2014/07/31 19:38
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... The accusations that Russia bears the blame for the downing of a Malaysia Airlines plane by a surface-to-air missile over eastern Ukraine nearly two weeks ago leaves a key question still hanging:...
2014/07/31 18:59
2014/07/31 18:59
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... is a bad thing - this is what mentors, parents and teachers tell us. But there is no society without lies." So says theoretical physicist Rafael Barrio. And when he and his colleague Kimmo...
2014/07/31 18:59
2014/07/31 18:59
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Dr. Knute Buehler is a doctor and small business owner who grew up in Roseburg and earned his degree in microbiology from the University of Oregon in 1986, where he was the university's first Rhodes...
2014/07/31 18:39
2014/07/31 18:39
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Uninsured smokers who used nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) patches in combination with NRT lozenges nearly doubled their quit rates when using the support of a quitline, according to a study...
2014/07/31 18:28
2014/07/31 18:28
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... 31, 2014) Lyme disease and babesiosis are two tick-borne illnesses contracted by a bite from a deer tick. But while both can make patients very ill, babesiosis has actually killed some of those...
2014/07/31 17:52
2014/07/31 17:52
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Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter Smoking is a notoriously tough habit to beat, however, and quit rates were still low: Only one-fifth of people who tried e-cigarettes as a stop-smoking aid...
Read more at Philly.com, Philly.com
2014/07/31 17:29
2014/07/31 17:29
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The disease is carried by the black-legged tick, now found as far south as Florida. Photograph by Kenji Aoki. Kaleigh Ahern was twelve years old when a tick bit her. She noticed it “perched” on her...
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