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"I think [the study] fits well in the body of literature that long-term benefits of breastfeeding look a whole lot smaller or non-existent if you properly control for your confound...
March 27 Aurinia Pharmaceuticals Inc: * Aurinia Pharmaceuticals-announces 48-week results from “Aurinia early urinary protein reduction predicts response study” of voclosporin for ...
With summer rapidly approaching, some homeowners are opting to renovate their outdoor spaces and create a “backyard oasis.” Houzz, a home remodeling and design platform, just ...
Cats may have a reputation of being standoffish creatures who show their owners affection merely to fill their tummies. However, a new study carried out by scientists from Oregon S...
Many Dialysis Patients Get Unnecessary Colonoscopies
-MedlinePlus - Mon Mar 27 05:12:36 EDT 2017
FRIDAY, March 24, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Older Americans on kidney dialysis have high rates of colonoscopy screening for colon cancer, but most get little benefit from the screen...
Phoenix police make progress after...
-12News - Mon Mar 27 20:03:23 EDT 2017
Phoenix police were called to Michelle Cusseaux's home three years ago to take her to the hospital. She ended up dead. A new study done in the wake of her death finds both Phoenix ...
Study looking at pre-dementia brains
-12News - Mon Mar 27 20:03:23 EDT 2017
PHOENIX - There's a pioneering, landmark Alzheimer's study being conducted in the greater Phoenix area.  "In recent years, we have experienced very disappointing results in tr...
O nce again, the European Medicines Agency is taking action against a clinical research organization in India over faulty study data. In the latest episode, the agency recommends s...
Playing Video Games Can Beat The Blues: Helps Combat Depression
-Tech Times - Tue Mar 28 11:05:15 EDT 2017
There could soon be a novel method to combat depression, as a new study reveals that playing video games can help beat the blues. University of California-Davis researchers are exp...
BRIEF-Acorda announces long-term safety data for CVT-301
-Reuters - Wed Mar 29 02:26:55 EDT 2017
March 29 Acorda Therapeutics Inc: * Acorda announces long-term safety data for cvt-301 * New drug application (NDA) submission planned by end Q2 2017 * Plans to file a marketing au...
Contraceptive Pill May Protect Against Cancer For Up To 30 Years
-Tech Times - Mon Mar 27 17:05:08 EDT 2017
Oral contraceptive pills do not just prevent unplanned pregnancies in women. A new study suggests that it can also provide protection against some forms of cancer for as long as 30...
Chicago area pays steep price for segregation, study finds
-Chicago Tribune - Mon Mar 27 23:09:02 EDT 2017
The Chicago region's deeply entrenched patterns of segregation extract a steep price in lost lives and unrealized economic growth, according to a study to be unveiled Tuesday. The ...
The study, published in the journal Pediatrics, finds that while kids between 3 and 5 years old who were breastfed as babies scored higher on cognitive tests than their counterpart...
Your cat probably likes you better than she likes food, new study finds
-The Kansas City Star - Tue Mar 28 20:07:26 EDT 2017
Despite what it may seem like at times, cats are not just interacting with you to get food. They actually prefer interacting with you, at least according to a new study. Cats prefe...
Asteroid Impacts Cause Giant Tsunamis on the Surface of Mars, Study Suggests
-Nature World News - Tue Mar 28 02:34:54 EDT 2017
NASA rovers and orbiters at the Martian region have long proved the existence of weather on Mars. But a new study suggests that there were also giant tsunamis on the surface o...
Smoking Slows Recovery from Drug Abuse
-MedlinePlus - Tue Mar 28 08:14:02 EDT 2017
MONDAY, March 27, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- People recovering from illicit drug abuse are more likely to be successful if they don't smoke cigarettes, a new study finds. Most illici...
A new study led by researchers from McMaster University has shown that obesity comes in numerous forms, and most of them are linked to people's genes. The study, published in the j...
Why other senses may be heightened in blind people
-Fox News - Mon Mar 27 05:11:41 EDT 2017
People who are blind really do have enhanced abilities in their other senses, according to a new, small study. The research used detailed brain scans to compare the brains of peopl...
Knee Replacement Doesn't Always Pay, Researchers Say
-MedlinePlus - Wed Mar 29 05:40:43 EDT 2017
TUESDAY, March 28, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Knee replacement surgery isn't always a game changer, according to a new study that raises questions about the increasingly common proce...
New University Study Reveals Cats Actually Like People
-University Herald - Tue Mar 28 23:07:11 EDT 2017
Great news for cat people. Your cat might actually like you, according to a new study conducted by researchers at Oregon State University and New Jersey's Monmouth University. The ...
There has long been a debate on whether racism causes PTSD in African Americans, and, according to a new study, violence in Black neighborhoods does cause Post-Traumatic Stres...
Study: Plenty of IV Fluids May Make Childbirth Safer, Easier
-MedlinePlus - Tue Mar 28 08:14:02 EDT 2017
MONDAY, March 27, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Giving more intravenous (IV) fluids to women during childbirth seems to reduce the risk of cesarean section and shortens labor, researche...
Study: Navigation Systems Shut off Some Regions of our Brains
-Motor Trend - Tue Mar 28 14:32:57 EDT 2017
A new study has found that using navigation systems minimizes the activity of a specific area of the human brain. Citing research published in the journal Nature Communications, th...
Insomnia linked to an increased risk of developing asthma
-Science Nordic - Sat Mar 25 20:39:47 EDT 2017
People who find it difficult to fall asleep in the evening, or wake up early unable to fall back to sleep, are more likely to develop asthma than normal sleepers, shows a new study...
Less Salt, Fewer Nighttime Bathroom Trips?
-Philly.com - Mon Mar 27 08:13:39 EDT 2017
SUNDAY, March 26, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Lowering your salt intake could mean fewer trips to the bathroom in the middle of the night, a new study suggests. Most people over age 6...
Nocturia - a condition that makes people take numerous trips to the toilet at nighttime - may be caused by dietary habits, a new study has found. Researchers from the Nagasaki...
Heroin Use Rises Among White Adults
-Live Science - Wed Mar 29 08:15:28 EDT 2017
Heroin use is on the rise, particularly among white adults, a new study finds. The number of adults who reported using heroin in 2012 to 2013 was five times the number of adults wh...
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