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Asthma medication may have psychiatric side effects
-Science Codex - Mon Sep 18 08:34:45 EDT 2017
In a Pharmacology Research & Perspectives study, the asthma medication montelukast (trade name Singulair) was linked with neuropsychiatric reactions such as depression and aggr...
BU Study Shows Health Risks Associated with Youth Football
-NECN - Tue Sep 19 14:46:14 EDT 2017
Playing tackle football under the age of 12 is now linked to a greater risk of health problems later in life, according to a new study from Boston University researchers released T...
News Brief: U.N. General Assembly To Open, North Korea Crisis Poll President Trump will be among the world leaders in New York City for the opening of the U.N. General Assembly. A ...
University Studied How Men With Shaved Heads Are Perceived A study from the University of Pennsylvania examines how people view men with shaved heads. Turns out, people see men wit...
BU: HPV vaccine associated with improved fertility in some women
-Science Codex - Tue Sep 19 17:10:54 EDT 2017
More than 40 percent of American teens are now getting vaccinated against human papillomavirus (HPV). But, despite HPV infection being associated with reduced --- quality and low...
Monday deadline for New Orleans disparity study survey
-The Seattle Times - Sun Sep 17 23:06:02 EDT 2017
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Monday is the deadline for businesses in the New Orleans metro area to complete a survey of their experiences with city contracts. But there are other ways to pa...
How do human impacts on wetlands affect animals?
-Science Codex - Tue Sep 19 23:22:58 EDT 2017
A new Biological Reviews study provides a comprehensive assessment of how changes to wetlands affect animals, and the authors use their findings to provide recommendations for mana...
Vaping doubles risk of smoking cigarettes for teens
-Science Codex - Sun Sep 17 23:21:29 EDT 2017
Teenagers who try e-cigarettes double their risk for smoking tobacco cigarettes, according to a new study. The study -- from the University of Waterloo and the Wake Forest School o...
Kids' colds linked to asthma, lung problems later
-UPI - Tue Sep 19 17:18:20 EDT 2017
TUESDAY, Sept. 19, 2017 -- Kids who develop respiratory infections like colds or sinusitis may have a higher risk of asthma and reduced lung function later in life, a new study say...
Gun Injuries Add Millions of Dollars to Hospital Costs
-MedlinePlus - Wed Sep 20 05:11:08 EDT 2017
TUESDAY, Sept. 19, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Besides the toll in deaths and disability, hospitalizations linked to gun injuries cost U.S. taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars a...
Emotional Issues Possibly Linked to Youth Football: Study
-NBC Bay Area - Tue Sep 19 17:50:05 EDT 2017
Children who begin playing tackle football before the age of 12 have a higher probability of enduring emotional issues in adulthood than if those who took up the sport later, accor...
Transgender and gender-nonconforming (TGNC) individuals often encounter discrimination that may compel them to seek mental health services, but some mental health practitioners are...
Obesity may adversely affect sperm quality
-Science Codex - Tue Sep 19 23:22:58 EDT 2017
The journal Andologia has published the first report of abnormal sperm parameters in obese men based on computer aided sperm analysis. The findings suggest that clinicians may need...
Plants combine color and fragrance to procure pollinators
-Science Codex - Wed Sep 20 14:11:55 EDT 2017
ITHACA, N.Y. - Who knew that it's possible to predict the fragrance of a flower by looking at its color? The team investigated the way these plants communicate with a diverse assem...
Educational and developmental psychologists have tried to understand how skills and motivation are linked to academic achievement. While research supports ties between individuals'...
A study about alcohol use during pregnancy kicked up major media waves last weekend—but was all that frothy coverage warranted? It was another lesson in the pitfalls of reporting o...
Suicidal Thoughts More Common for Transgender Youth
-MedlinePlus - Mon Sep 18 05:42:56 EDT 2017
FRIDAY, Sept. 15, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Transgender youth are more likely to have suicidal thoughts, a new study finds. Researchers examined survey data from more than 900,000 h...
The National Science Foundation is spending over $100,000 to create "safe zone" inclusion training so more members of the LGBTQ community become engineers. The project, which will ...
“Until a decade or two ago, no corporation could be held accountable for the consequences of their products’ emissions because we simply didn’t know enough about what their impacts...
Miscarriage study points to IVF success chances
-BBC News - Tue Sep 19 17:10:14 EDT 2017
Mothers-to-be who miscarry during the first round of IVF are more likely to have a baby with further treatment than those who did not get pregnant, researchers have said. The Unive...
Flu drug radavirsen passes safety trial
-U-T San Diego - Tue Sep 19 20:05:44 EDT 2017
The influenza drug radavirsen showed safety in an early-stage clinical trial, clearing the way for efficacy testing, according to results released Tuesday. If effective, the drug w...
New flu drug performs well in early clinical trial
-UPI - Wed Sep 20 08:31:09 EDT 2017
Sept. 20 (UPI) -- Researchers are reporting that a phase 1 clinical trial of the drug radavirsen, a new drug to fight influenza, is safe and well-tolerated in healthy individuals. ...
Before your favorite Broadway stars take the stage as your favorite Broadway characters, there is a transformation that happens. Sure, performers don dazzling costumes, get glam wi...
A new study from the AARP finds that older people could pay as much as $16,174 more per year for health coverage under the Republican bill to repeal ObamaCare known as Graham-...
American teens today are not as interested in ---, alcohol, dating, or driving compared to older generations. Here's what's happening.  ( Riala | Pixabay ) Adults today say th...
Houston after Harvey A new study by Rice University and Texas A&M-Galveston found that 75 percent of flood damage claims were missed by FEMA's 100-year flood plain mapping.&nbs...
Where did all the workers go? New study says opioids are to blame
-Red Alert Politics - Sun Sep 17 20:01:31 EDT 2017
It is no secret that the nation’s labor force participation has dropped significantly since 2000, but a new study blames the opioid crisis for the decline. The labor force pop...
Presence Of Atmosphere Around Exoplanets Linked To Their Size, Study Finds
-International Business Times - Wed Sep 20 05:20:51 EDT 2017
A team of UCL-led European researchers have made an important breakthrough in the field of exoplanet classification.  Analysis of a group of 30 exoplanets from distant star sy...
Thousands of new microbial communities identified in human body
-Science Codex - Wed Sep 20 11:46:00 EDT 2017
Key Takeaways: Scientists used a wealth of new data from DNA sequencing tools to study the human microbiome in unprecedented depth and detail The new information provides insights ...
MONDAY, Sept. 18, 2017 -- American seniors are getting healthier overall, but the well-educated, rich and white are seeing the greatest gains, a new study finds. Researchers review...
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