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Humans have lived under the same roof with bugs since we first began building shelters 20,000 years ago. Now, scientists are studying how physical factors of our homes-- from the floor plan and the...
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People who enjoy hurting others and seeing them in pain are more likely to seek revenge against those who have wronged them, according to a new study.
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New research has shown that carefully structured light and matching arrangements of metal nanostructures can be combined to alter the properties of the generated light at the nanometer scale. The t...
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Microbial infections of the cornea can have serious consequences, including blindness in the worst case. The treatment of keratitis, a condition caused by certain pathogens, always presents major c...
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Previous studies about nurse workflow have used time-motion study methods, which involve manually observing nurses in person or on video and then clocking how much time they spend on each task. Now...
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A new technique developed by neuroscientists can reconstruct images of what people perceive based on their brain activity gathered by EEG.
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Children exposed to coarse particulate matter may be more likely to develop asthma and to be treated in an ER or be hospitalized for the condition, according to new research.
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Scientists have developed a simple way to align molecules in one direction on a flat graphene surface. Efficiently controlling molecular alignment is expected to lead to significant progress in sur...
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Chemical models developed to help limit the emission of pollutants by car engines are being used to study the atmospheres of hot exoplanets orbiting close to their stars.
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Some impacts of global warming-- such as sea level rise and coastal flooding-- are already locked in and unavoidable, according to a major research project.
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Cancer researchers have homed in on how high-dose vitamin C kills cancer cells. Vitamin C breaks down to generate hydrogen peroxide, which can damage tissue and DNA. The new study shows that tumor ...
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A research team has devised a fast, cheap and green method to convert fashion waste into highly compressible and ultralight cotton aerogels.
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Currently, most scientists do not see a link between ALS and Alzheimers disease, frontotemporal dementia (FTD), or other dementias. New research confirms the relevance of a certain neurotoxic pathw...
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A new technique will allow for a more accurate diagnosis of patients who cannot actively participate in a speech understanding test because theyre too young, for instance, or because theyre in a co...
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In treating stroke patients, every minute counts. A drug called rtPA sometimes can stop a stroke in its tracks. Now a new study has found that having a pharmacist at the patients bedside can reduce...
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Nearly one year ago today, the LIGO Collaboration announced the detection of gravitational waves, once again confirming Einsteins theory of General Relativity. This important discovery by the Advan...
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Vaccination efforts made in the worlds poorest countries since 2001 will have prevented 20 million deaths and saved $350 billion in health-care costs by 2020, according to a new study.
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