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We may have to live for a long time to become happy

We may have to live for a long time to become happy

Researchers to use digital technologies to help tackle chronic disease

Researchers to use digital technologies to help tackle chronic disease

Nebraska researcher develops new technology for contact tracing

Nebraska researcher develops new technology for contact tracing

Researchers measure the health effects of indoor ultrafine particulates

Researchers measure the health effects of indoor ultrafine particulates

Study examines 5-aminolevulinic acid induced fluorescence in surgery of brain metastases

Study examines 5-aminolevulinic acid induced fluorescence in surgery of brain metastases

Loss of smell added to the UK's official list of Covid-19 symptoms

Loss of smell added to the UK's official list of Covid-19 symptoms

Study aims to identify markers that predict how COVID-19 affects patients

Study aims to identify markers that predict how COVID-19 affects patients

Mental health of 41% of people in the UK is at risk, study reveals

Mental health of 41% of people in the UK is at risk, study reveals

Harnessing the formation of natural killer–tumor cell immunological synapse to treat solid cancers

Harnessing the formation of natural killer–tumor cell immunological synapse to treat solid cancers

New project aims to create special glasses for people with keratoconus

New project aims to create special glasses for people with keratoconus

Antibiotic combined with measurement technology may save time and money in developing new active ingredients

Antibiotic combined with measurement technology may save time and money in developing new active ingredients

Innovative STM method may lead to new, purer pharmaceuticals

Innovative STM method may lead to new, purer pharmaceuticals

ARIACOV project launched to support Covid-19 epidemic

ARIACOV project launched to support Covid-19 epidemic

Study with twins shows COVID-19 symptoms have genetic contribution

Study with twins shows COVID-19 symptoms have genetic contribution

Researchers develop new method for remotely stimulating activity in deep brain regions

Researchers develop new method for remotely stimulating activity in deep brain regions

WVU and National Guard partner to develop data-driven model that forecasts PPE needs

WVU and National Guard partner to develop data-driven model that forecasts PPE needs

Syphilis bacterium likely uses a single gene to evade immune attack

Syphilis bacterium likely uses a single gene to evade immune attack

Global healthy living foundation launches autoimmune patient COVID-19 research project

Global healthy living foundation launches autoimmune patient COVID-19 research project

New study could prevent children from losing their sight after brain surgery for epilepsy

New study could prevent children from losing their sight after brain surgery for epilepsy

New project launched to explore effects of COVID-19 social distancing on people aged over 70

New project launched to explore effects of COVID-19 social distancing on people aged over 70