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Tech company video ads still dominated by white males
PHYS.ORG Consumer tech companies that are serious about attracting more women and people from minority groups into their workforce might want to revisit the video advertisements featured on their websites. Although... 2 hours
Study finds link between hot flashes and depressive symptoms
NEWS MEDICAL With age comes a greater risk of depression, especially in women. With 15% of the female population in the US being 65 or older, and the number expected to double... 7 hours
High intake of vegetable protein may protect women from early menopause
NEWS MEDICAL Results of a new study from epidemiologists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health suggest that long-term, high intake... 10 hours
How sex 'blindspot' could misdirect medical research
SCIENCE DAILY The sex of animals frequently has an effect in biomedical research and therefore should be considered in the study of science, report scientists. In the largest study of its kind, researchers found that the... 17 hours
Messages with moral-emotional words are more likely to go viral on social media
PHYS.ORG Tweets about political topics that include moral and emotional language are more likely to spread within the ideological networks of the sender,... 22 hours
the tragic love stories behind two landmark supreme court cases The Tragic Love Stories Behind Two Landmark Supreme Court Cases
HISTORY Their marriages were long in coming—and tragically shortened by illness. But for two same-sex couples, their... 23 hours
Medical News Today: Early menopause: Eating vegetable protein tied to lower risk
MNT New research finds that eating three to four daily servings of foods rich in vegetable proteins is linked to a lower incidence of early... 1 day
Eating more vegetable protein may protect against early menopause
SCIENCE DAILY Long-term, high intake of vegetable protein from such foods as whole grains, soy and tofu, may protect women from early menopause and could prolong reproductive function, results of a new... 1 day
Men quitting pink collar jobs because they feel stereotyped
PHYS.ORG Men often appear to have an advantage over women in the workplace, but that is not always the case in female-dominated industries. 1 day
Archaeologists discover earliest monumental Egyptian hieroglyphs
PHYS.ORG A joint Yale and Royal Museums of Art and History (Brussels) expedition to explore the the ancient Egyptian city of Elkab has uncovered some previously unknown rock inscriptions, which include the earliest monumental hieroglyphs dating back... 1 day
Medical News Today: Study shows how pheromones drive sexual behavior
MNT A new mouse study investigates the effect of pheromones in male and female mice, revealing different brain circuits and various behavioral responses. 1 day
Study shows how pheromones drive sexual behavior
MNT A new mouse study investigates the effect of pheromones in male and female mice, revealing different brain circuits and various behavioral responses. 1 day
Study looks at role of race, gender in predicting heart attack symptoms in emergency department
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at the George Washington University found that certain symptoms are more and less predictive of patients' risk... 4 days
Researchers Solve Millennia-Old Mystery of ‘Bright Nights’
SCI-NEWS.COM Dating back to the first century CE, philosophers, scientists, and reporters have noted the occasional occurrence of the phenomena known as ‘bright... 4 days
Medical News Today: Does sex help older brains to work better?
MNT A study found that older adults who had sex once per week - as opposed to once per month or never - did better overall on... 4 days
Does sex help older brains to work better?
MNT A study found that older adults who had sex once per week - as opposed to once per month or never - did better overall on certain tests of mental ability. 4 days
Indian man arrested for selling lizard penises as tantric root plants
PHYS.ORG An Indian man has been arrested for selling dried monitor lizard penises online as a rare root plant believed to bring good luck, Indian forest department... 4 days
Study: 45% of U.S. women unaware that heart disease is their No. 1 killer
NEWS MEDICAL Women and their physicians are largely uneducated when it comes to females and heart disease, putting women's health and lives... 4 days
'It's a girl!': Tokyo zoo announces baby panda's sex
PHYS.ORG A baby panda recently born in Japan is a girl, a Tokyo zoo said Friday, adding that the little cub appeared to be in good health. 4 days
Excess male hormones in PCOS women contribute to metabolic complications, study shows
NEWS MEDICAL Scientists from the University of Birmingham have discovered the link between increased male hormones and metabolic complications such as diabetes and fatty liver disease... 4 days
CDC Report shows improved usage of contraception and birth control for American teens
NEWS MEDICAL According to a new report (PDF) from the National Survey of Family Growth, part of the CDC’s (Centers for Disease Control and... 5 days
What is Testosterone?
LIVE SCIENCE Testosterone is a male sex hormone that is important for sexual and reproductive development. 5 days
The biology of uterine fluid: How it informs the fetus of mom's world
SCIENCE DAILY A developing fetus bathes in a mixture of cellular secretions and proteins unique to its mother's uterus. Before fertilization, the pH of... 5 days
Research suggests sexual appeals in ads don't sell brands, products
PHYS.ORG Could it be that sex actually does not sell? An analysis of nearly 80 advertising studies published over more than three decades suggests that's the case. 5 days
A global brain state underlies C. elegans sleep behavior
Science Magazine How the brain effectively switches between and maintains global states, such as sleep and wakefulness, is not yet understood. We used brainwide functional imaging at single-cell resolution to show that... 5 days
Japanese scientists show how male pheromone enhances female sexual behavior in mice
NEWS MEDICAL A study by a group of Japanese scientists showed how a male pheromone in mice enhances sexual behaviors in females--and how it may enhance... 5 days
Specialist antenatal clinics can help cut pregnancy complications for obese women
NEWS MEDICAL Specialist antenatal clinics for severely obese mums-to-be can help cut rates of pregnancy complications, research has found. 5 days
Medical News Today: Prenatal acetaminophen may affect masculinity
MNT New research examines the effects of prenatal exposure to the common painkiller acetaminophen on the behavior and brain structure of adult male mice. 5 days
Prenatal acetaminophen may affect masculinity
MNT New research examines the effects of prenatal exposure to the common painkiller acetaminophen on the behavior and brain structure of adult male mice. 5 days
Acetaminophen during pregnancy can inhibit masculinity
SCIENCE DAILY Paracetamol during pregnancy can inhibit the development of 'male behavior' in mice. New research shows that it can reduce sex drive and aggressive behavior. 5 days
Frequent sexual activity can boost brain power in older adults
SCIENCE DAILY More frequent sexual activity has been linked to improved brain function in older adults, according to a new study. 5 days
Stereotypes still affect females' career aspirations in STEM topics
PHYS.ORG Masculine stereotypes of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects corrupt the self-concept of female students and their career aspirations in such areas. 5 days
Calves conceived in winter perform better
PHYS.ORG Cows and humans have something in common: If you take better care of the mother during pregnancy, her children are likely to be healthier – and this impact should last a lifetime, a University of Florida... 5 days
Prenatal exposure to pain-relieving drug can impair development of male behavior
NEWS MEDICAL Paracetamol is popular for relieving pain. But if you are pregnant, you should think twice before popping these pills according to the researchers in a new study. 5 days
Frequent sex linked to higher cognitive function in seniors
NEWS MEDICAL According to a new study having sex frequently can boost brain power. The study from Oxford University was published today in The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological and Social... 5 days
How Many Teens Are Really Having Sex These Days?
LIVE SCIENCE The percentage of teens in the U.S. who have had sex had ticked down since the 1980s, a new report finds. 5 days
Good-Luck Root? Actually, That's a Lizard Penis
LIVE SCIENCE Buyers beware, the tantric Indian root you ordered online may actually be dried lizard penis. 6 days
Warming temperatures threaten sea turtles
SCIENCE DAILY Warmer temperatures associated with climate change may lead to higher numbers of female sea turtles and increased nest failure, suggests a new report. 6 days
Could flu during pregnancy raise risk for autism?
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers found no evidence that laboratory-diagnosis alone of maternal influenza during pregnancy is associated with risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the offspring. They did, however, find a trend toward risk... 6 days
Mystery of unexplained 'bright nights' solved
SCIENCE DAILY Dating back to the first century, scientists, philosophers and reporters have noted the occasional occurrence of 'bright nights,' when an unexplained glow in the night sky lets observers see distant mountains, read a newspaper or check... 6 days
Parents of newborn daughters take fewer risks study suggests
SCIENCE DAILY A study has examined the effect of learning a child’s gender on parents’ attitudes towards risky behaviors. In this first of its kind study, the authors gathered prenatal and post-birth... 6 days
When estimating extinction risk, don't leave out the males
SCIENCE DAILY Extinction risk for some species could be drastically underestimated because most demographic models of animal populations only analyze the number and fertility of females, dismissing male data as 'noise'. 6 days
Warming temperatures threaten sea turtles
PHYS.ORG The study by Dr Jacques-Olivier Laloë of the University's College of Science and published in the Global Change Biology journal, argues that warmer temperatures associated with climate change could lead to higher numbers of female sea turtles and... 6 days
Calves conceived in winter perform better
SCIENCE DAILY Cows and humans have something in common: If you take better care of the mother during pregnancy, her children are likely to be healthier – and this impact should last a lifetime, a scientist reports. 6 days
Wild monkeys use loud calls to assess the relative strength of rivals
SCIENCE DAILY Gelada males — a close relative to baboons — pay attention to the loud calls of a rival to gain information about his relative... 6 days
Possible link between type I interferons, natural improvement of rheumatoid arthritis during pregnancy, pilot study finds
SCIENCE DAILY A possible link between type I interferons and a natural improvement of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) during... 6 days
Molecular test for common causes of vaginitis receives FDA approval
SCIENCE DAILY A molecular diagnostic test accurately distinguishes among the three most common causes of vaginitis, an inflammation of vaginal tissue that researchers say accounts for millions of visits to... 6 days
Scientists solve mystery of unexplained 'bright nights'
PHYS.ORG Dating back to the first century, scientists, philosophers and reporters have noted the occasional occurrence of "bright nights," when an unexplained glow in the night sky lets observers see distant mountains, read a newspaper... 6 days
Wild monkeys use loud calls to assess the relative strength of rivals
PHYS.ORG Gelada males—a close relative to baboons—pay attention to the loud calls of a rival to gain information about his relative fighting ability compared to... 6 days
How a girl is raised can influence her adult sporting success
SCIENCE DAILY Girls who grow up exposed to traditionally more masculine interests and role models are more likely to have the aggressive desire to succeed at sport. A... 6 days
Scientists uncover vital clues in puzzle over pre-eclampsia and increased risk of heart disease
NEWS MEDICAL Scientists studying a mystery link between the dangerous pregnancy complication pre-eclampsia and an increased risk of heart disease in later... 6 days
A clinic mix-up leaves pregnant woman in dark about Zika risk
NEWS MEDICAL Hospital officials in Washington state have apologized after failing for months to inform a pregnant woman she was likely infected with the Zika virus that can... 6 days
Type I interferons could have role in natural improvement of RA during pregnancy
NEWS MEDICAL An international US-Danish team of scientists, led by Damini Jawaheer, Ph.D. at the UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute, has identified... 6 days
When estimating extinction risk, don't leave out the males
PHYS.ORG Extinction risk for some species could be drastically underestimated because most demographic models of animal populations only analyse the number and fertility of females, dismissing male data as 'noise'. 6 days
Timeline: Uber's rough year leads to CEO's resignation
PHYS.ORG Uber has had a rough year, largely of it its own making. There have been lawsuits, allegations of sexual harassment and a profanity-laced outburst by its CEO that was caught on video. 6 days
These female frogs are the first of their kind to croon to their guys
Science Magazine Unusual courtship behavior may be a rare example of sex role reversal 6 days
Brain surgeon charged with child sex abuse gives up license
ABC NEWS A California brain surgeon has agreed to give up his state medical license while he faces charges that he sexually abused children 7 days
NAMS publishes new position statement on use of hormone therapy to relieve menopause symptoms
NEWS MEDICAL A new position statement on the use of hormone therapy (HT) for menopausal and postmenopausal women from The North American... 7 days
No evidence of gender bias in philosophy
PHYS.ORG Despite being a male-dominated field, a recent study has found no evidence for gender bias against women in philosophy, in terms of securing tenure-track positions as college professors. Good news, but why aren't there... 1 week
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