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An organ called Kupffer's vesicle, which helps specify the left and right sides of the developing fish, is shaped asymmetrically in a wild-type embryo (left), but is more symmetric...
1 In 6 UK Parents Let Teens Drink Alcohol : HEALTH : Tech Times
-Tech Times - Sat Dec 16 04:02:56 EST 2017
A research found that 17 percent of parents in the UK allow their teenage children to consume alcohol. One in eight children in the study reported consuming alcohol before they wer...
Parking costs at LAX rank in the middle among major U.S. airports - LA Times
-Los Angeles Times - Sat Dec 16 07:00:44 EST 2017
Complain all you want about the mind-numbing traffic congestion you must navigate to get to Los Angeles International Airport, but at least the parking rates are modest. Relatively...
Study prompts new ideas on cancers' origins
-Medical Xpress - Sat Dec 16 01:27:34 EST 2017
Graduate student Megan Radyk and Jason Mills, M.D., Ph.D., led a study revealing that although many cancer therapies target rapidly dividing stem cells, mature cells also seem to p...
Being a virgin doesn’t safeguard you from catching HPV, according to a new study. Even if you’re having non-penetrative ---, you might still contract a --- transmitted disease...
Vermont's moose population struggles despite hunting cutback
-Phys.org - Sun Dec 17 13:04:11 EST 2017
Vermont Public Radio reports that nearly half of tracked moose died in the first year of the state Department of Fish and Wildlife's ongoing multi-year study. The moose population ...
There are many reasons to be grateful that we don’t live in the 1700s (Reign of Terror, lack of indoor plumbing), but the most important is probably the fact that wine glasses were...
Saturday Night Social: Whatchya Doing There, Monkeys? 
-Jezebel - Sat Dec 16 19:03:10 EST 2017
. The humans are being creeps and watching the monkeys having --- with deer. Video taken from “A Quantitative Study of Heterospecific --- Behaviors Performed by Japanese Macaque...
A study found that women with --- cancer and who have been treated at a cash-strapped hospital will have a lower chance of receiving --- reconstruction surgery immediately. B...
Study: US-Bought Weapons Quickly Landed in ISIS Hands
-Newser - Thu Dec 14 22:34:28 EST 2017
(Newser) – Weapons supplied by the US and Saudi governments to Syrian rebel groups landed in the hands of ISIS fighters, in some cases in a matter of just weeks, according to a Con...
Dementia with Lewy bodies has a unique genetic profile, distinct from those of Alzheimer's disease or Parkinson's disease, according to the first large-scale genetic study of this ...
Depressed patients who take low doses of ketamine are more likely to have decreased suicidal thoughts, according to a new study. But ketamine is still far from being a miracle drug...
A new study led by scientists at the University of Southampton has found that inherited variation in a particular gene may be to blame for the lower survival rate of patients diagn...
Drinking hot tea every day linked to lower glaucoma risk | Science Codex
-Science Codex - Thu Dec 14 22:40:09 EST 2017
Drinking a cup of hot tea at least once a day may be linked to a significantly lower risk of developing the serious eye condition, glaucoma, finds a small study published online in...
New York, NY (Dec. 14, 2017) - Ketamine was significantly more effective than a commonly used sedative in reducing suicidal thoughts in depressed patients, according to researchers...
Scientists win a gold metal for liquid behavior | Science Codex
-Science Codex - Fri Dec 15 22:04:15 EST 2017
Tokyo-Electricity is used to power your car or home, it is also used to power your heart and brain. Batteries in machines or cells in the body conduct electricity by passing ions t...
Cleveland, OH (Dec 15, 2017) - Despite decades long prevention and treatment efforts, cardiovascular (CV) disease continues to be the leading cause of death worldwide. Early detect...
Researchers developed a test to determine if an individual has "selfitis" or an obsession with taking selfies. Is it a hoax or a real mental disorder?   ( Isaac Moon | Pixabay...
7 science-backed ways that show coffee can actually be good for you
-Science Alert - Sun Dec 17 13:06:44 EST 2017
Caffeine is the most commonly used psychoactive drug in the world - for good reason. It wakes us up, helps us stay on task, and provides an oft-needed energy boost. But people ofte...
Swimmer Tried to Scare Off Sea Lion. It Didn't Work
-Newser - Fri Dec 15 13:02:14 EST 2017
(Newser) – A swimmer in San Francisco required multiple tourniquets and a trip to the hospital after being attacked by a sea lion Thursday, Fox 10 reports. According to the BBC, th...
LONDON (Reuters) - An ingredient in cannabis called cannabidiol or CBD has shown promise in a clinical trial as a potential new treatment for psychosis, scientists said on Fri...
Screening could catch a quarter of hip fractures before they happen
-Medical Xpress - Fri Dec 15 13:30:47 EST 2017
Community screening for osteoporosis could prevent more than a quarter of hip fractures in older women - according to new research led by the University of East Anglia (UEA). A new...
Does having the potential to act upon an object have a unique influence on behavior and brain responses to the object? That is the question Jacqueline Snow, assistant professor of ...
The California Department of Public Health officially issued a guidance Friday on how to reduce exposure to radio-frequency energy released by cell phones—despite a lack of solid s...
When 29-year-old Carly Bastiansen was diagnosed in January 2016 with advanced pancreatic cancer, doctors told her a clinical trial was her best shot at slowing the notoriously quic...
STONE TOWN, Zanzibar, Tanzania (Dec.14, 2017) - A team of WCS scientists recently completed the first-ever range-wide population census of the Zanzibar red colobus monkey (Piliocol...
A mating strategy among redback spiders where males seek out immature females appears to benefit both sexes, a new U of T Scarborough study has found. "There's no evidence to sugge...
NASA scientists have found that the Sierra Nevada gained an inch in height due to the five-year drought in California. Once rainfall and snow came back to the mountain range, it sh...
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