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The Way of Making Memories

Nov 08, 2019 AM EST New study on how memories are formed and the ability of the nervous system to learn and adapt to changing conditions

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Scientists Take Action to Prevent Sexual Harassment and Bias

Nov 08, 2019 AM EST A diverse group of scientists gathered last December at the Banbury Center in Cold Spring Harbor, NY, to confront how institutions and funding agencies can prevent sexual harassment and gender bias in ...

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Childhood Chores Not Related to Self-control Development

Nov 08, 2019 AM EST Additional finding: Self-control development predicts future job outcomes

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Kansas City Comes To A Vote Over Removing Martin Luther King's Street Name

Nov 08, 2019 AM EST The most recognizable and inspirational figure in the U.S. Civil Rights movement was Martin Luther King. Yet recently, the plan to delete the name of Dr. King in the streets of Kansas City received ...

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Some Cities Around the World Build Playgrounds for the Elderly

Nov 07, 2019 AM EST A long-standing feature of Chinese public parks is adopted by cities around the world to improve exercise among retirees. Senior playgrounds are now being devoted in cities like Tokyo, Berlin and ...

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Rich Resources of Private Schools Give Pupils Educational Advantage

Nov 06, 2019 AM EST First known current performance gap study shows


EduSense: Like a FitBit For Your Teaching Skills

Nov 06, 2019 AM EST CMU researchers develop comprehensive classroom sensing system

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Blood Test Can Help GPs Spot Ovarian Cancer in Women With Suspicious Symptoms

Nov 06, 2019 AM EST Testing for levels of CA125 in the blood is a useful tool for gauging the likelihood of ovarian cancer and could help detect other types of cancer among patients in primary care, according to research ...

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Anger, Anxiety, Insomnia: Tweets from Twitter Users Could Predict Loneliness

Nov 06, 2019 AM EST Loneliness is estimated to affect roughly one in five adults in the United States. It also stands as a public health crisis because loneliness has been tied to depression, cardiovascular disease, and ...

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Texas Judge Decides Both Parents Have Say on Boy's Gender Transition

Nov 06, 2019 AM EST The court ruled on Thursday that Jeffrey Younger now has fair joint conservatorship with the mother, Dr. Anne Georgulas. Nevertheless, the mother is no longer free to manipulate her 7-year-old boy ...

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Stressed to the Max? Deep Sleep Can Rewire the Anxious Brain

Nov 05, 2019 AM EST A sleepless night can trigger up to a 30% rise in emotional stress levels, a new study shows

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Study Offers Data-driven Definition of Unhealthy Yet Pervasive 'Hyper-palatable' Foods

Nov 05, 2019 AM EST A popular U.S. brand of potato chips once promoted itself with the slogan, "betcha can't eat just one!"

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Intermittent Fasting Reverses Fatty Liver Caused By Unhealthy Diet Not Alcohol

Nov 04, 2019 AM EST With Thanksgiving, Christmas and other important holidays fast approaching, we are in for some eating and drinking challenge that are simply going to give a lot of work for our liver.


How Will Your Thinking and Memory Change With Age?

Nov 01, 2019 AM EDT Test scores at age 8 may predict abilities at age 70.

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Heavy Smoking Can Have a Damaging Effect on Facial Ageing, Study Shows

Nov 01, 2019 AM EDT Heavy smoking may have a causal effect on facial aging, according to new research led by the University of Bristol.

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