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A daily cup of hot tea may lower glaucoma risk

A daily cup of hot tea may lower glaucoma risk

Cornell engineers develop new method to measure vital signs using radio waves

Cornell engineers develop new method to measure vital signs using radio waves

Relieving Symptoms of Cystic Fibrosis with Exercise

Relieving Symptoms of Cystic Fibrosis with Exercise

Terror survivors have increased risk of frequent migraine, tension headaches

Terror survivors have increased risk of frequent migraine, tension headaches

Survey finds extremely high rate of mortality from sepsis in ICUs

Survey finds extremely high rate of mortality from sepsis in ICUs

NIH-funded study to explore hearing loss risk in Detroit firefighters

NIH-funded study to explore hearing loss risk in Detroit firefighters

Researchers use cryptographic techniques to decode activity of motor neurons

Researchers use cryptographic techniques to decode activity of motor neurons

Novel ‘black box’ recorder captures surgeons' robotic surgery skills

Novel ‘black box’ recorder captures surgeons' robotic surgery skills

Urinary incontinence may affect learning and academic performance of teenagers

Urinary incontinence may affect learning and academic performance of teenagers

Baby-led weaning approach does not increase choking risk, research finds

Baby-led weaning approach does not increase choking risk, research finds

Using atraumatic needles for lumbar punctures decreases risk of complications

Using atraumatic needles for lumbar punctures decreases risk of complications

Some 3D video games benefit older adults' brains

Some 3D video games benefit older adults' brains

Your plumber offers a money-back guarantee. Should your doctor?

Your plumber offers a money-back guarantee. Should your doctor?

Lithium in drinking water can slow Alzheimer's disease mortality rates, study finds

Lithium in drinking water can slow Alzheimer's disease mortality rates, study finds

Study finds high levels of psychological distress among surrogate decision makers

Study finds high levels of psychological distress among surrogate decision makers

New high-density EEG captures neural activity at higher spatial resolution than ever before

New high-density EEG captures neural activity at higher spatial resolution than ever before

Less than one-third of glaucoma patients talk to their doctor about medication costs, study finds

Less than one-third of glaucoma patients talk to their doctor about medication costs, study finds

New drugs Erenumab and Fremanezumab show promise for migraine

New drugs Erenumab and Fremanezumab show promise for migraine

Adults as likely to develop type 1 diabetes as children, research finds

Adults as likely to develop type 1 diabetes as children, research finds

INRS researchers evaluate how chemotherapy among men affects health of future generations

INRS researchers evaluate how chemotherapy among men affects health of future generations