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Fri, 09 Dec 2016 10:02:44 EST
Key regulator of bone development identified
Loss of a key protein has been discovered as the event that leads to defects in skeletal development, including reduced bone density and a shortening of the fingers and toes -- a new potential target for the diagnosis and treatment of bone diseases such as osteoporosis.
Fri, 09 Dec 2016 10:02:36 EST
Running actually lowers inflammation in knee joints
We all know that running causes a bit of inflammation and soreness, and that's just the price you pay for cardiovascular health. You know; no pain, no gain. Well, maybe not. New research from exercise science professors finds that pro-inflammatory molecules actually go down in the knee joint after running.
Fri, 09 Dec 2016 10:02:31 EST
Air pollution impairs function of blood vessels in lungs
Air pollution impairs the function of blood vessels in the lungs, according to a study in more than 16,000 patients.
Fri, 09 Dec 2016 10:00:37 EST
Naturally occurring symptoms may be mistaken for tamoxifen side-effects
Women taking tamoxifen to prevent breast cancer were less likely to continue taking the drug if they suffered nausea and vomiting, according to new data.
Fri, 09 Dec 2016 08:11:54 EST
Can you unconsciously forget an experience?
Wanting to squash not-so-great memories is human nature, but is it possible to intentionally forget a traumatic experience?
Fri, 09 Dec 2016 08:10:07 EST
Can you sneeze with your eyes open?
The changing weather brings about many things: holiday excitement, a different wardrobe and -- perhaps most annoyingly -- cold and flu season. Those around you have likely been sneezing more frequently, which may have prompted you to ponder if it is possible to sneeze with your eyes open.
Thu, 08 Dec 2016 15:19:24 EST
Shooting, gang violence exposure leads to PTSD
The violence that women in disadvantaged neighborhoods experience and witness can result in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms and full diagnoses, according to a new study that examined a disadvantaged Chicago neighborhood.
Thu, 08 Dec 2016 15:19:20 EST
Mobile money lifts Kenyan households out of poverty
Mobile-money services have had notable long-term effects on poverty reduction in Kenya -- especially among female-headed households -- and have inspired a surprising occupation shift among women, outlines a new report.
Thu, 08 Dec 2016 14:35:08 EST
Does prostate cancer screening matter? Prostate cancer patients more likely to die of other diseases
Starting in 1993 and ending in 2001, ten academic medical centers in the United States screened 76,685 men and 78,216 women for prostate, lung, colorectal and ovarian cancers. The question was whether yearly screening could catch cancers early and thus decrease mortality from these diseases. Fifteen-year follow-up results focusing on prostate cancer show little difference in mortality between men screened annually and the control group, some of whom chose to be screened occasionally. According to researchers, the results don't necessarily negate the value of prostate cancer screening, but imply that within the data of this massive trial are clues that inform personalized decisions for subsets of this prostate cancer population.
Thu, 08 Dec 2016 14:34:51 EST
Neuroimaging categorizes four depression subtypes
Patients with depression can be categorized into four unique subtypes defined by distinct patterns of abnormal connectivity in the brain, according to new research.
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