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New research suggests how parents protect children from the long-term effects of stress

When young children experience violence or poverty, the effect can last well into adulthood. But new research from the Emory School of Medicine suggests that a s

Research team traces pathway to cardioprotection in post-ischemic heart failure

During an ischemic attack, the heart is temporarily robbed of its blood supply. The aftermath is devastating: reduced heart contractility, heart cell death, and

Addressing research gaps could help with development of disability-inclusive workplaces

Filling key gaps in the research and understanding of the treatment of people with disabilities in the workplace could help improve employee success on the job and develop more dis

New research highlights why HIV-infected patients suffer higher rates of cancer

AIDS patients suffer higher rates of cancer because they have fewer T-cells in their bodies to fight disease. But new research examines why HIV-infected patients

Research shows impact of school start times on teens’ sleep

Delaying high school start times by as little as 10 minutes can increase adolescents’ length of sleep by almost 25 minutes, says new Brock-led research. Si

Research shows that steroids, which are hard on the liver, do not help children with liver disease

The researchers behind a 2014 study found that steroids had no effect on infants with biliary atresia, a childhood liver disease. According to the press release from Cincinnati

Promising research shows blood vessel growth key to healthy fat tissue

New research led by York University’s Faculty of Health shows that inhibiting a protein within blood vessels stimulates new blood vessel growth, resulting

Bombshell research documents severe withdrawal symptoms from antidepressants; prescription practices “not evidence-based”

Anti-depressant drugs do not solve problems; they only give patients an illusion of control over their mental state. When it comes to diagnosing mental illness, there is an abse

Viceroy Research is a `hit squad,’ – Kganyago

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Pokemon Go Meltan Special Research UPDATE, Community Day December 2018 NEWS

Pokemon Go Let’s Go Special Research Quest (Image: NIANTIC) Pokemon Go developer Niantic has introduced a brand new Special Research quest to celebrate t

Daith piercings and migraine: Research, alternative treatments, and acupuncture

Migraines are severe headaches often preceded by symptoms that affect the senses. This common medical condition affects millions of men and women annually. Could a piercing that ta

Some research may be encouraging ineffective prescriptions, says new study

A new paper published by McGill University researchers in JAMA Internal Medicine suggests that some clinical trials may promote the use of ineffective and costly

The research is in: Black cumin seed oil can reverse life-threatening diseases

Inflammation has been linked to a slew of life-threatening diseases and other conditions ranging from cancer and heart disease to arthritis. Keeping inflammation at bay is an im

True burden of rheumatic fever in NZ currently underestimated, new research reveals

The true burden of rheumatic fever in New Zealand may be underestimated because serology cut-off guidelines are too high resulting in undercounting about 16 cases annually, new col

New research exposes the effects of air pollution on your kidneys

Studies have already confirmed the link between air pollution and respiratory health. Exposure to polluted air increases a person’s risk of developing respiratory problems

Sick people STINK: Research suggests that illness changes the way you smell

Our sense of smell is a portal of understanding into the microbial world we cannot see. The odors of volatile chemicals are an insight into the world of plants, fungi, insects,

Lupus: Causes, symptoms, and research

Lupus is a long-term autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system becomes hyperactive and attacks normal, healthy tissue. Symptoms include inflammation, swelling, and

Exciting research shows that saffron attacks cancer cells on multiple fronts, at every stage of the disease

Saffron might not be a spice you find yourself reaching for very often, but perhaps it should be as research shows it can attack cancer cells at every stage of the disease. Chin