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How domestic partner violence can impact fertility rates in a small-scale society (Updated)
PHYS.ORG A team of researchers with members from institutions in France and the U.S. has found a case of intimate partner violence being... 1 week
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Lower rates of Medicare preventive care visits found in racial, ethnic minority older adults
NEWS MEDICAL Medicare patients nationwide have low rates of preventive care visits – with the lowest rates found in older adults of... 1 day
NASA's GPM looks at John's rainfall rates in eastern Pacific Ocean
PHYS.ORG VIDEO The Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM core observatory satellite had an extremely good view of strengthening Tropical Storm John on August 6, 2018 and measured... 1 week
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Quest for source of black hole dark matter
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Tips to helps parents make informed choices about their children's eye health
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Scientists Find Link between Allergies and Complicated Appendicitis
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Finding the happy medium of black holes
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Increased safety for children around lawn mowers
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Black male youth more fearful when visiting whiter neighborhoods
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Is too much screen time harming children's vision?
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UK higher education students feel less empowered than their Irish counterparts
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Kids spending more time on screens - increased obesity and heart disease risks
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Common signs that indicate vision problems in children
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Black boys more fearful in whiter neighborhoods, study finds
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Sleep timing and quality can influence dietary behaviors of school-aged children
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How new fathers use social media to make sense of their roles
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Finding the happy medium of black holes
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How one mom is changing a town's law on breastfeeding
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Getting more out of microbes—studying Shewanella in microgravity
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New Canadian radio telescope is detecting fast radio bursts
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NASA's GPM looks at John's rainfall rates in eastern Pacific Ocean
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Long term effects of Zika virus exposure during pregnancy studied
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