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2015/08/01 13:45
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Postpartum depression affects nearly one fifth of women, but researchers haven't been able to single out those who may be particularly at risk, other than looking at a mother's age, partner-related...
2015/08/01 13:45
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2015/08/01 10:26
2015/08/01 10:26
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BLOOD sucking ticks are feeding earlier in the year and for longer, putting Taunton’s dogs and their owners at risk. Tick bites can transmit serious infections, such as Lyme disease, a serious and...
2015/07/30 09:39
2015/07/30 09:39
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Virtual reality (VR) is a billion-dollar industry familiar to gamers but recently VR technology has been used to make sense of the enormous scientific dataset that is the Avon Longitudinal Study of...
2015/07/28 19:18
2015/07/28 19:18
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AS IN 1485, once the death of the king was confirmed, the arguments started. Was the search for the man in the car park a stunt and a media circus, or a classic piece of research archaeology based on...
2015/07/28 08:08
2015/07/28 08:08
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Postpartum depression is a debilitating disorder that affects nearly 20 percent of new mothers, putting their infants at increased risk for poor behavioral, cognitive and social...
2015/07/26 09:38
2015/07/26 09:38
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Eat slowly to feel fuller: Study Go slow while eating your food as people who eat slowly feel fuller and think they have eaten more than those who eat quickly, shows research. Previous studies have...
2015/07/24 17:21
2015/07/24 17:21
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Give us a wave! Whale waggles its fin as it leaps from the sea in the Galapagos Islands A series of spectacular photos show the pair of whales frolicking at sunset The humpback whales made the...
2015/07/24 14:39
2015/07/24 14:39
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Example hazard data from a global flood model, overlaid on impervious surface area (ISA) data as an indicator of exposure. The hazard data shown here are from the SSBN global flood model, created at...
2015/07/24 10:00
2015/07/24 10:00
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Anyone who has been in a crowded bar around closing time would agree that the higher your alcohol consumption, the more attractive you seem to find whoever you happen to be flirting with at last call....
2015/07/23 12:21
2015/07/23 12:21
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There's no such thing as 'chemical-free' food! Video exposes idiotic fad for describing products as being natural or chemical The video was produced by Toronto-based ASAPScience It explains that...
2015/07/22 22:17
2015/07/22 22:17
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LONG-FRUSTRATED hopes of finding a viable treatment for Alzheimer's have received a boost, after promising early trial results indicated an experimental new drug can slow the progression of the...
2015/07/22 07:34
2015/07/22 07:34
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THE WASHINGTON POSTANCIENT: This recently discovered fossilised sperm cell from a worm in Antartica is believed to be 50 million years old. PICTURE: Department of Palaeobiology, Swedish Museum of...
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2015/07/21 12:51
2015/07/21 12:51
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Doctors refused to believe I'd had a stroke at 17 WHEN 17-year-old Bethany Sinfield woke in the middle of the night unable to swallow she staggered from her bedroom to wake her parents. Bethany was...
2015/07/21 10:39
2015/07/21 10:39
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The University of Bristol is part of an international consortium that aims to develop concepts and key components for a new 5G mobile radio access technology. The technology is expected to operate in...
2015/07/21 01:26
2015/07/21 01:26
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Scientists have discovered a gene they believe may hold the key to why some teenagers binge-eat. Around 10% of adults and teenagers binge-eat - characterised by excessively over-eating with a feeling...
2015/07/20 19:34
2015/07/20 19:34
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Tuesday, July 21, 2015Hong Kong students who hold the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination and want to study in the UK need not despair as the Universities and Colleges Admissions...
2015/07/19 19:39
2015/07/19 19:39
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New research surrounding the formation of Earth’s continents suggest that the buoyant terrestrial crust on which we live rose above Earth’s oceans over 3 billion years ago – half a billion years...
2015/07/19 11:10
2015/07/19 11:10
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2015/07/17 12:39
2015/07/17 12:39
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An infant marine crocodile, Pelagosaurus typus, (BRLSI.M1418), just 23 cm long. Many of the marine reptiles from Strawberry Bank are juveniles. Credit: Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution...
2015/07/16 06:08
2015/07/16 06:08
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Findings, published today [15 Jul] in Nature Communications, reveal the extent a mutation associated with autism and epilepsy plays in impairing a biochemical process in the brain. The study, led by...
2015/08/01 13:45
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