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Medical News Today: Older adults may not benefit from taking statins to prevent heart disease
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No fruit juice for infants during first year of life, say experts
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No evidence that brain-stimulation technique boosts cognitive training
SCIENCE DAILY Transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS) -- a non-invasive technique for applying electric current to areas of the brain -- may be growing in popularity, but new research suggests that it probably does not... 2 days
Genetic risk factor for equine eye cancer identified
SCIENCE DAILY A genetic mutation in horses has been identified that should help identify horses that are at risk for squamous cell carcinoma of the eye and enable horse owners to make informed breeding... 1 day
Making people feel bad can be a strategy for helping them
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New research proves the 'migrant work ethic' exists, in the short term
PHYS.ORG The received wisdom that migrant workers have a stronger 'work ethic' than UK-born workers is proven for the first time, in a new study... 2 days
Zach Hartwig: Applying diverse skills in pursuit of a fusion breakthrough
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Semi-transparent perovskite solar cells for solar windows
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Genetic risk factor for equine eye cancer identified
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Rush clinical trial offers new immunotherapy combination to patients fighting kidney cancer
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Dry blood samples could save resources, benefit early diagnostics and treatment
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Medical News Today: Avoid fruit juice up to the age of 1 year, say the AAP
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Many patients with early-stage breast cancer receive costly, inappropriate testing
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Safe space for illegal drug consumption in Baltimore would save $6 million a year
SCIENCE DAILY $6 million in costs related to the opioid epidemic could be saved each year if a single 'safe consumption' space... 1 day
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Better and cheaper healthcare with dry blood samples
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Does drinking change your personality? Not so much, study suggests
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