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Be warned: Crash dieting may give you more belly fat

BE WARNED: CRASH DIETING MAY GIVE YOU MORE BELLY FAT

If you want to lose weight, don't do it by crash dieting. A study conducted by a team of researchers from Georgetown University found...

Could eating DIRT be the cure for obesity? Soil may flush fat out, study suggests

COULD EATING DIRT BE THE CURE FOR OBESITY? SOIL MAY FLUSH FAT OUT, STUDY SUGGESTS

Researchers at the University of South Australia have accidentally discovered that a particular kind of clay 'attracts' and binds to...

 
 
 
New study shows evidence that ancient Mars could have supported underground microbial life

NEW STUDY SHOWS EVIDENCE THAT ANCIENT MARS COULD HAVE SUPPORTED UNDERGROUND MICROBIAL LIFE

The surface of Mars might be barren today, but conditions underground could have been hospitable for alien life in the distant past....

$5.66 Million CIRM Grant Strengthens UC Davis Researchers' Spina Bifida Stem-Cell Research

$5.66 MILLION CIRM GRANT STRENGTHENS UC DAVIS RESEARCHERS' SPINA BIFIDA STEM-CELL RESEARCH

Aijun Wang UC Davis Biomedical Engineering, UC Davis Health and UC Davis Veterinary Medicine collaborate for change December 13, 2018 UC...

 
 
 
Audience demand for Netflix originals will soon pass demand for licensed TV shows and movies, and that's great news for the streaming giant as competition heats up

AUDIENCE DEMAND FOR NETFLIX ORIGINALS WILL SOON PASS DEMAND FOR LICENSED TV SHOWS AND MOVIES, AND THAT'S GREAT NEWS FOR THE STREAMING GIANT AS COMPETITION HEATS UP

Audience demand for Netflix Originals will surpass that of licensed titles by October 2019, according to a new report from research...

Can Certain Medical Treatments “Seed” Alzheimer's Disease?

CAN CERTAIN MEDICAL TREATMENTS “SEED” ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE?

A re-opened case from the history of medicine suggests that “seeds” of a protein that aggregates in the brains of people with Alzheimer's...

 
 
 
Companies tracking mutations in cancer cells can provide a key to unlocking better therapies

COMPANIES TRACKING MUTATIONS IN CANCER CELLS CAN PROVIDE A KEY TO UNLOCKING BETTER THERAPIES

Investors and entrepreneurs are beginning to bring new diagnostic tools to market that promise better results for cancer patients through...

How payments companies can take advantage of a trillion dollar processing opportunity

HOW PAYMENTS COMPANIES CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF A TRILLION DOLLAR PROCESSING OPPORTUNITY

This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence , Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more...

 
 
 
Fall Preventive Exercise With or Without Behavior Change Support for Community-Dwelling Older Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial With Short-Term Follow-up

FALL PREVENTIVE EXERCISE WITH OR WITHOUT BEHAVIOR CHANGE SUPPORT FOR COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER ADULTS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL WITH SHORT-TERM FOLLOW-UP

Background and Purpose: In Western countries, falls and fall-related injuries are a well-known threat to health in the aging population....

Scientists create an electronic capsule that can wirelessly deliver drugs

SCIENTISTS CREATE AN ELECTRONIC CAPSULE THAT CAN WIRELESSLY DELIVER DRUGS

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology created the gadget, which they hope could be used to reduce surgical procedures...

 
 
 
Blockchain's potential to reduce ad fraud - and how marketers can get ready

BLOCKCHAIN'S POTENTIAL TO REDUCE AD FRAUD - AND HOW MARKETERS CAN GET READY

This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence. Current subscribers can read the report here . Blockchain...

Age-Group Differences in the Performance of Selected Tests of Physical Function and Association With Lower Extremity Strength

AGE-GROUP DIFFERENCES IN THE PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED TESTS OF PHYSICAL FUNCTION AND ASSOCIATION WITH LOWER EXTREMITY STRENGTH

Background and Purpose: It is not known whether short functional performance tests used in aging research are appropriate for use in...

 
 
 
These are the biggest regulatory roadblocks holding up the global drone industry

THESE ARE THE BIGGEST REGULATORY ROADBLOCKS HOLDING UP THE GLOBAL DRONE INDUSTRY

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Improved Functional Performance in Individuals With Dementia After a Moderate-Intensity Home-Based Exercise Program: A Randomized Controlled Trial

IMPROVED FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE IN INDIVIDUALS WITH DEMENTIA AFTER A MODERATE-INTENSITY HOME-BASED EXERCISE PROGRAM: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Background and Purpose: Individuals with dementia experience difficulties across cognitive and functional domains. Nonpharmacological...

 
 
 
Edible seaweeds hold great potential for preventing diabetes and lowering blood pressure

EDIBLE SEAWEEDS HOLD GREAT POTENTIAL FOR PREVENTING DIABETES AND LOWERING BLOOD PRESSURE

Seaweed is a staple in international cuisine, but new research has shown that these edible greens from the deep are more than just...

Facial Recognition Startup Suspect Technologies Raises $810K

FACIAL RECOGNITION STARTUP SUSPECT TECHNOLOGIES RAISES $810K

Amid warnings over potential dangers of facial recognition, Jacob Sniff is still bullish on the technology. His Cambridge, MA-based...

 
 
 
Artificial intelligence is cutting costs, building loyalty, and enhancing security across financial services

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IS CUTTING COSTS, BUILDING LOYALTY, AND ENHANCING SECURITY ACROSS FINANCIAL SERVICES

This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more...

Why we might want the school day to start later

WHY WE MIGHT WANT THE SCHOOL DAY TO START LATER

Starting school later may have helped some disadvantaged students in Seattle get better grades, according to a new study. The research...

 
 
 
Flu jab is a lifesaver for heart failure patients

FLU JAB IS A LIFESAVER FOR HEART FAILURE PATIENTS

Researchers from the University of Copenhagen, led by cardiologist Dr Daniel Modin, urge for the flu jab to become part of the standard...

One week of bad air can raise the risk of miscarriage by 16%, study warns

ONE WEEK OF BAD AIR CAN RAISE THE RISK OF MISCARRIAGE BY 16%, STUDY WARNS

We know that living in polluted cities is damaging to a developing fetus, but for the first time, University of Utah researchers have...