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Social context has a lot to do with spread of disease

Social context has a lot to do with spread of disease

Frequent sauna baths linked to lower stroke risk

Frequent sauna baths linked to lower stroke risk

Dancer's brains show fast response during sudden changes in music

Dancer's brains show fast response during sudden changes in music

Surprising discovery offers new model for studying role of gap junctions in the brain

Surprising discovery offers new model for studying role of gap junctions in the brain

Noise annoyance associated with increased risk of atrial fibrillation

Noise annoyance associated with increased risk of atrial fibrillation

Greater parent-child communication protects against harmful health behaviors

Greater parent-child communication protects against harmful health behaviors

Study provides vital information to develop successful PI5P4K inhibitors for p53-mutant cancers

Study provides vital information to develop successful PI5P4K inhibitors for p53-mutant cancers

Whooping cough cases in Ontario more prevalent than previously known

Whooping cough cases in Ontario more prevalent than previously known

Study: Dehydration prompts increased blood feeding by mosquitoes

Study: Dehydration prompts increased blood feeding by mosquitoes

New T cell biomarker could be much-needed patient-selection tool for CAR T cell therapy

New T cell biomarker could be much-needed patient-selection tool for CAR T cell therapy

Higher aerobic fitness levels linked to lower incidence of age-related language failures

Higher aerobic fitness levels linked to lower incidence of age-related language failures

Concussion, injury risk may have increased with protective headgear use in girls' high school lacrosse

Concussion, injury risk may have increased with protective headgear use in girls' high school lacrosse

New results reinforce COPAXONE 40 mg/mL as safe and effective for RMS patients

New results reinforce COPAXONE 40 mg/mL as safe and effective for RMS patients

The Truth Behind Donating Your Body to a Medical School

The Truth Behind Donating Your Body to a Medical School

Cardiac-related hospitalizations are more during winter months, studies show

Cardiac-related hospitalizations are more during winter months, studies show

New study reveals reasons behind working memory limits

New study reveals reasons behind working memory limits

Abdominal pain should be seen as a warning sign for invasive meningococcal disease

Abdominal pain should be seen as a warning sign for invasive meningococcal disease

Study suggests link between regular mid-day naps and neurocognitive function in teens

Study suggests link between regular mid-day naps and neurocognitive function in teens

Caffeine during pregnancy - babies 66 percent more likely to become overweight

Caffeine during pregnancy - babies 66 percent more likely to become overweight

Researchers devise new approach for measuring tendon tension

Researchers devise new approach for measuring tendon tension