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Study finds exercising in green spaces relieves stress more than going to an indoor gym

STUDY FINDS EXERCISING IN GREEN SPACES RELIEVES STRESS MORE THAN GOING TO AN INDOOR GYM

Mountain biking and running in areas with no urban views reduced stress the most in a study in Germany. Researchers said a 'calming'...

Nicotine-free vaping can damage blood vessels

NICOTINE-FREE VAPING CAN DAMAGE BLOOD VESSELS

Despite claims that 'heat not burn' devices are safer, University of Pennsylvania researchers found that chemicals in even nicotine-free...

 
 
 
Google Smartphone Sales Nearly Doubled, Thanks To Pixel 3a

GOOGLE SMARTPHONE SALES NEARLY DOUBLED, THANKS TO PIXEL 3A

The Google Pixel 3a has been a hit, since it was released in May. And now we're seeing from Counterpoint Research , that it was responsible...

85 Google Play apps with 8 million downloads forced fullscreen ads on users

85 GOOGLE PLAY APPS WITH 8 MILLION DOWNLOADS FORCED FULLSCREEN ADS ON USERS

Enlarge Researchers found 85 Google Play apps with more than 8 million downloads that forced users to view fullscreen ads. The apps,...

 
 
 
New meta-analysis links Vitamin D supplements to lower cancer death risk

NEW META-ANALYSIS LINKS VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTS TO LOWER CANCER DEATH RISK

Vitamin D supplementation is associated with a 16% lower risk of death from cancer, according to a new systematic review and meta-analysis...

Smokers and drinkers benefit more from flavonoid-rich diet's protective effect: Study

SMOKERS AND DRINKERS BENEFIT MORE FROM FLAVONOID-RICH DIET'S PROTECTIVE EFFECT: STUDY

Dietary intake of the kinds of flavonoids found in apples and tea may ward off certain types of cancer and heart-related disease, a...

 
 
 
When Size Matters: Using SMRT Sequencing to Help Patients With Repeat Expansion Disorders 

WHEN SIZE MATTERS: USING SMRT SEQUENCING TO HELP PATIENTS WITH REPEAT EXPANSION DISORDERS 

Patients with myotonic dystrophy type 1 want to know their size - the size of the expansion of repeats of the unstable CTG sequences...

Increasing blood pressure drugs after hospitalization may be dangerous, study suggests

INCREASING BLOOD PRESSURE DRUGS AFTER HOSPITALIZATION MAY BE DANGEROUS, STUDY SUGGESTS

University of California, San Francisco researchers found that intensifying high blood pressure treatment for hospitalized seniors...

 
 
 
Ford creates one-off 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 "Venom" for charity

FORD CREATES ONE-OFF 2020 MUSTANG SHELBY GT500 "VENOM" FOR CHARITY

A one-of-a-kind 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 finished in exclusive metallic paint called Venom will be raffled off to support JDRF...

7th-grader donates $15,000 to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

7TH-GRADER DONATES $15,000 TO ST. JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL

Way to go, Diesel!

 
 
 
9 Great Suggestions For Improving The Quality Of Dietary Research (And 1 That According To JamesHeathers Is "Deeply Silly")

9 GREAT SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF DIETARY RESEARCH (AND 1 THAT ACCORDING TO JAMESHEATHERS IS "DEEPLY SILLY")

Last week saw the publication of an op-ed authored by Drs. David Ludwig, Cara Ebbeling, and Steven Heymsfield entitled, " Improving...

Insomniacs may have a greater risk of coronary artery disease, heart failure and stroke

INSOMNIACS MAY HAVE A GREATER RISK OF CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE, HEART FAILURE AND STROKE

Researchers in Sweden found people with a genetic trait for insomnia faced higher odds of heart disease or a stroke.

 
 
 
Paradise parasites - Challenges to controlling rat lungworm disease

PARADISE PARASITES - CHALLENGES TO CONTROLLING RAT LUNGWORM DISEASE

Opinion “Tropical parasites in our food? No way!” most Americans think. It's time to think again. In May Hawaii's Department of Health...

When it comes to chocolate, darker is healthier: Experts find it can reduce heart disease risk factors in just a month

WHEN IT COMES TO CHOCOLATE, DARKER IS HEALTHIER: EXPERTS FIND IT CAN REDUCE HEART DISEASE RISK FACTORS IN JUST A MONTH

Let your sweet tooth rejoice: Eating dark chocolate is good for your cardiovascular health, says a recent study in the journal Nutrition....

 
 
 

MATHEMATICAL SIMULATION OF TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION IN TUMOR TISSUE AND SURROUNDING HEALTHY TISSUE TREATED BY LASER COMBINED WITH INDOCYANINE GREEN

Photothermal therapy is a local treatment method for cancer and the heat energy generated from it could destroy the tumor cells. This...

USC IN SAN DIEGO - AFTER A BITTER BATTLE, MOVING FORWARD

USC's Alzheimer's Therapeutic Research Institute manages critical therapy trials...

 
 
 

MULTITASK LEARNING FOR BIOMEDICAL NAMED ENTITY RECOGNITION WITH CROSS-SHARING STRUCTURE

Biomedical named entity recognition is a fundamental and essential task for biomedical literature mining, which affects the performance...

VIST - A VARIANT-INFORMATION SEARCH TOOL FOR PRECISION ONCOLOGY

Diagnosis and treatment decisions in cancer increasingly depend on a detailed analysis of the mutational status of a patient's genome....

 
 
 

CHARACTERIZATION AND MECHANISM OF THE EFFECTS OF MG-FE LAYERED DOUBLE HYDROXIDE NANOPARTICLES ON A MARINE BACTERIUM: NEW INSIGHTS FROM GENOMIC AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL ANALYSES

Layered double hydroxides have received widespread attention for their potential applications in catalysis, polymer nanocomposites,...

Have You Heard of Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma?

HAVE YOU HEARD OF CUTANEOUS SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA?

Cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (CSCC, also called squamous cell carcinoma of the skin) is the second most common form of skin cancer...