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Long-term deep space missions may alter brain proteins in astronauts, and cause cognitive deficits like lapses in attention and slower reaction times. Scientists at the Johns Hopkins University...
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2014/04/24 10:55
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Babies of low birth weight and those who are never breastfed - or only breastfed for under 3 months - are more likely to grow into young adults with levels of chronic inflammation that can contribute...
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Two experimental drugs may offer hope for people with migraine. Two small studies of the drugs, which are aimed at preventing headaches rather than stopping them once they have started, show they...
2014/04/24 10:31
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A new study from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab has found that the way young kids eat their food impacts how rowdy they are at mealtime. Published in the journal Eating Behaviors, the new study shows...
2014/04/24 10:29
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ISLAMABAD: Scientists in Britain have developed a test to detect cancer of the esophagus, which could improve survival rates . Esophageal cancer develops in cells that line the esophagus, or food...
2014/04/24 10:21
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Spanish scientists have for the first time used gene therapy to reverse memory loss in mice with Alzheimer's, an advance that could lead to new drugs to treat the disease, they said Wednesday. The...
2014/04/24 10:08
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Common bacteria found in soil and water "talk" to each other using a language in some ways as sophisticated as our own, say scientists. The bugs display a level of "combinatorial" communication...
2014/04/24 09:52
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Katie Cavuto, MS, RD, Culinary Nutritionist, president of Healthy Bites and dietitian for the Philadelphia Phillies. Posted: Thursday, April 24, 2014, 3:21 AM * Pro tip: Cook staples like rice,...
2014/04/24 08:56
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File photo shows a Japanese whaling ship killing two whales in Antarctic waters. Sixty percent of Japanese people support the country's whaling programme, but only 14 percent eat whale meat, a new...
2014/04/24 08:29
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Officials from around the world are meeting this week to discuss protecting the world's oceans amid climate change and overfishing. The Global Oceans Action Summit for Food Security and Blue Growth is...
2014/04/24 07:28
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Patterns of coding variation in the complete exomes of three NeandertalsCastellano, Parra, et al., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences The Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary...
2014/04/24 07:24
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Strawberries are currently in their prime season in Fallbrook and the surrounding region. The large, vibrantly red berries can be found in all the local markets and in use by local restaurants in a...
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2014/04/24 06:31
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When we were struggling through those awkward teenage years, when our hormones were wreaking havoc on our bodies and our skin, we were most likely inundated by advice from our mothers and even our...
2014/04/24 05:59
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Dance takes on horizontal dimension in Jericho Marina Collard lying horizontal as part of the exhibition Pictures: Anna Bruce OXFORD artist Antonia Bruce is showing a series of drawings at Art...
2014/04/24 04:45
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No one who sees "Bears," Disneynature's latest horror film disguised as a wilderness documentary, will ever want to be a bear. Bears spend their entire day — yea, their entire year — simply trying not...
2014/04/24 04:30
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It takes a little courage the first time you saut� onions with Indian spices and mix them into your oatmeal, but the queasy feeling passes. I promise. I�ll admit that I wasn�t an instant convert. It...
2014/04/24 04:16
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Historian Dr Monty Souter retraces the footsteps of Kiwi soldiers in the Italian campaigns. Pick of the Week: Anzac Day The centennial of World War I doesn't officially start until July and the...
2014/04/24 04:05
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Kim Kardashian has reportedly gone into 'extreme dieting mode' in time for her wedding. The 33-year-old reality TV star - who is following the high-protein Atkins diet - has banned any liquids apart...
2014/04/24 03:05
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Rising popularity ... Australian beef cattle. Photo: Brendan Esposito China will have to increase its beef imports by up to 20 per cent a year for the next five years to meet its surging demand for...
2014/04/24 02:24
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As a freelance writer, I feel the pinch especially bitterly come tax season. If Uncle Sam's hands were any deeper in my pockets, I'd ask him to buy me dinner first. Speaking of dinner, even a poor...
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