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By Cornell Food & Brand Lab
What would happen if a fast-food restaurant reduces the calories in a children's meal by 104 calories, mainly by decreasing the portion size of French fries? Would children compensate by choosing a more calorie dense entrée or beverage? Researc

By Newcastle University
Scientists have discovered that as the brain re-organizes connections throughout our life, the process begins earlier in girls which may explain why they mature faster during the teenage years.

By Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
A new study helps confirm that a molecule targeted by the experimental drug ibrutinib is critical for the development of chronic lymphocytic leukemia, the most common form of adult leukemia.

By Boston University Medical Center
The 2009 costs of antibiotics covered by private insurance companies in the U.S. for children younger than 10 years old were estimated to be more than five times higher than the costs in the United Kingdom, which are covered by a government universal heal

By University of California, San Diego Health Sciences
Researchers have produced the first map detailing the network of genetic interactions underlying the cellular response to ultraviolet (UV) radiation.

By Virginia Commonwealth University
Patients are more likely to take chronic medications when they meet monthly with pharmacists to coordinate medication schedules and treatments, according to a study.

By Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior
The Food and Nutrition Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) released a study providing clear evidence that well-designed nutrition education programs can lead to healthier food choices by participants in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistan

By Sissa Medialab
A study conducted investigates the origins of the difficulty recognizing certain emotions that affects patients with Parkinson’s disease. Is this impairment caused by the disease itself or is it in part the consequence of a widely used treatment

By Public Library of Science
A 20-year-old HIV-positive adult on antiretroviral therapy in the US or Canada may be expected to live into their early 70s, a life expectancy approaching that of the general population.

By Scripps Research Institute
Researchers have used new techniques and one of the brightest X-ray sources on the planet to map the 3-D structure of an important cellular gatekeeper in a more natural state than possible before.

By University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
A new program designed to increase the overall satisfaction of patients undergoing esophageal surgery has resulted in lower patient costs and reduced times on both the operating table and in the hospital.

By Harvard Medical School
Researchers have discovered a cause of aging in mammals involving a series of molecular events that disables communication between the nucleus and mitochondria. By administering a molecule naturally produced by the human body, the communication network wa

By University of Western Ontario
New imaging research has demonstrated that a magnetic resonance imaging approach called quantitative susceptibility mapping can be an important tool for diagnosing and tracking the progression of Multiple Sclerosis and other neurological diseases.

By Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Lyme disease is a common tick-borne illness caused by a bacterium, which is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected ticks. In a paper published, authors propose a reaction-diffusion model to study transmission dynamics of Lyme disease while tak

By Canadian Science Publishing (NRC Research Press)
Helminths are gastrointestinal parasitic worms that have become a major concern and source of economic loss for sheep producers around the world. A new article reviews current research into a promising alternative to control the disease.

By University of Copenhagen
In a new study, scientists document a connection between congenital arrhythmia and the bodies' ability to handle sugar. The results can be of vital importance for patients with the disease and for the future treatment of diabetes.

By Karolinska Institutet
An international team has identified a new gene related to the Van der Woude syndrome, the most common syndrome with cleft lip and palate. The study can lead the way to improved genetic diagnostic of individuals and families with orofacial clefts.

By Elsevier
Polyphenols found in tea manifest anti-cancer effects, but their use is limited by poor bioavailability and disagreeable taste. A new study finds that when epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), the major extractable polyphenol in green tea and the most biologi

By London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
The BCG vaccine has been found to be more effective against the most common form of tuberculosis than previously thought, according to a systematic review.

By European Society of Cardiology (ESC)
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the commonest cardiac rhythm disorder in Europe, and each of us have a one-in-four lifetime risk of developing it. Statistics show that oral anticoagulant use has increased, but new oral anticoagulant (NOAC) use is still low. A

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