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MRI Scans May Be Able To Predict Schizophrenia Risk

May 11, 2015 PM EDT New research suggests that a simple Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan can predict whether or not someone will develop schizophrenia. ...

Alzheimer's

Epilepsy Drug May Be Able To Treat Alzheimer's Disease

May 07, 2015 PM EDT A new epilepsy drug could be used as treatment for Alzheimer's disease, according to a recent study. ...

Pillars of Creation

Pillars of Creation Seen in 3-D Images for the First Time Ever (LOOK)

May 04, 2015 PM EDT A team of astronomers is showing the stunning "Pillars of Creation" picture in (literally) never-before-seen depth. ...

Lightbulb

Light Could Help People Suffering From Severe Pain

May 04, 2015 AM EDT Neuroscientists have found a way to alleviate pain with light. ...

University of Pennsylvania

University of Pennsylvania Partners With Baruch S. Blumberg Institute

Apr 30, 2015 PM EDT The University of Pennsylvania is partnering with Baruch S. Blumberg Institute, the nation's leading nonprofit research organization dedicated to hepatitis B and liver cancer, school officials ...

Organic Farming

Organic Farming Could Reverse Global Warming

Apr 30, 2015 AM EDT New research suggests that human reverse global warming by sequestering through regenerative, organic farming, ranching and land use. ...

Tornado

Smoke From Fires May Contribute To Tornado Intensity

Apr 26, 2015 PM EDT New research suggests that a tornado's intensity may be influence by smoke from fires. ...

mosquito

Children Who Take Vitamin A May Be Less Likely To Develop Malaria

Apr 26, 2015 PM EDT New research suggests that young children given a single dose of Vitamin A are less likely to develop malaria. ...

Honeybee

Bees May Be Addicted To Nectar Containing Pesticides

Apr 26, 2015 AM EDT The chances of bees being exposed to high levels of pesticides are high, according to a recent study. ...

Robin

Birds May Enhance Life In Urban Neighborhoods

Apr 22, 2015 PM EDT Birds can enhance life in even the busiest or crappiest neighborhoods, according to a recent study. ...

Bumblebee

Pesticides May Harm Wild Bees

Apr 22, 2015 PM EDT New research suggests that pesticides can have a negative effect on honeybees and wild bees in an agricultural landscape. ...

Compact Disc

Unwanted CDs, DVDs Could Help Cut Carbon Emissions

Apr 22, 2015 PM EDT In this new digital age, most consumers download and stream their movies and music, making CDs and DVDS more or less obsolete. ...

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