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Bed time is the best time to take blood pressure medication  SCIENCE DAILY · 11 hours
People with high blood pressure who take all their anti-hypertensive medication in one go at bedtime have better controlled blood pressure and a significantly lower risk... more
Exercise can reduce artery stiffness associated with heart failure  SCIENCE DAILY · 14 hours
Generally, exercise is considered good for you. However, physicians and medical doctors previously prescribed bedrest to people with heart failure, fearing exercise could potentially lead to additional health problems. more
Ants: Jam-free traffic champions  PHYS.ORG · 20 hours
Whether they occur on holiday routes or the daily commute, traffic jams affect cars as well as pedestrians. Scientists at the Research Center on Animal Cognition (CNRS/Université Toulouse III—Paul Sabatier) and the University of Arizona (United States) have demonstrated that... more
Fullerene compounds can effectively kill non-small-cell lung carcinoma cells  NEWS MEDICAL · 20 hours
The team of scientists from Skoltech Center for Energy Science and Technology, the Institute for Problems of Chemical Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences and National Taiwan University have discovered... more
New flame retardants, old problems  SCIENCE DAILY · 22 hours
New flame retardants escaping from our TVs, other electrical and electronic products, and children's car seats are just as toxic as the flame retardants they're intended to replace, according to a new study. The authors found that the... more
Ants: Jam-free traffic champions  SCIENCE DAILY · 22 hours
Whether they occur on holiday routes or the daily commute, traffic jams affect cars as well as pedestrians. Scientists have demonstrated that ant colonies, however, are spared these problems and circulate easily, even in the event of extremely dense traffic,... more
Drone research may benefit farmers  PHYS.ORG · 23 hours
A Binghamton student researcher has been using drones to check crop stress in upstate New York, working with local farmers to identify problems before the plants cannot recover. more
New flame retardants, old problems  PHYS.ORG · 1 day
New flame retardants escaping from our TVs, other electrical and electronic products, and children's car seats are just as toxic as the flame retardants they're intended to replace, according to a peer-reviewed study published today in Environmental Science... more
No link found between youth contact sports and cognitive, mental health problems  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
Adolescents who play contact sports, including football, are no more likely to experience cognitive impairment, depression or suicidal thoughts in early adulthood than their... more
Lab-grown meat: Researchers grow muscle cells on edible fibers  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Lab-grown or cultured meat could revolutionize food production, providing a greener, more sustainable, more ethical alternative to large-scale meat production. But getting lab-grown meat from the petri dish to the... more
Study finds no link between youth contact sports and cognitive, mental health problems  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
Adolescents who play contact sports, including football, are no more likely to experience cognitive impairment, depression or suicidal thoughts in early adulthood... more
Reduced exercise capacity linked to neurocognitive problems in survivors of childhood ALL  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
A new study found a link between reduced exercise capacity and neurocognitive problems in survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the most common childhood cancer. more
Medical News Today: What is an echocardiogram?  MNT · 5 days
An echocardiogram is an ultrasound image of the heart. It can help doctors diagnose a range of heart problems. This article discusses the uses, types, and results of echocardiograms. more
Medical News Today: Some keto diets may exacerbate skin inflammation  MNT · 5 days
A study in mouse models with psoriasis-like skin inflammation suggests that ketogenic diets with a very high fat content may exacerbate skin problems. more
Novel excitations near quantum criticality in geometrically frustrated antiferromagnet CsFeCl3  Science Magazine · 5 days
The investigation of materials that exhibit quantum phase transition provides valuable insights into fundamental problems in physics. We present neutron scattering under pressure in a triangular-lattice antiferromagnet that... more
Mathematicians report way to facilitate problem solving in queueing theory  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
RUDN University mathematicians proved a theorem that will facilitate the solution of problems in queueing theory—a branch of mathematics that describes query chains, for example, in the service... more
Research could open a promising new path to control schistosomiasis  NEWS MEDICAL · 5 days
Scientists have isolated a natural chemical that acts as a potent kryptonite against parasitic worms that burrow through human skin and cause devastating health problems. more
A better way to screen cats for heart disease  PHYS.ORG · 5 days
Cats are very good at hiding their health problems, a survival instinct from their wild ancestors, when showing weakness made them easier prey. One health problem they hide is heart... more
Health care intervention: Treating high-need, high-cost patients  SCIENCE DAILY · 5 days
Patients with complex needs -- serious mental and physical health problems and substance use disorders -- flock to emergency rooms costing the health care system billions every year. A new study suggests a nontraditional... more
Research suggests nontraditional approach can improve outcomes for 'high-need, high-cost' patients  NEWS MEDICAL · 6 days
In crisis and with nowhere else to turn, thousands of patients with complex needs -- serious mental and physical health problems and substance use disorders --... more
Research could lead to new ways to fight against schistosomiasis  NEWS MEDICAL · 6 days
Scientists at the Morgridge Institute for Research have isolated a natural chemical that acts as a potent kryptonite against schistosomes, the parasitic worms that burrow through human skin... more
Keto diet may cause skin problems  NEWS MEDICAL · 6 days
Researchers from Austria have found that ketogenic diets could affect psoriasis-like skin inflammation in mice. They noted that keto diets including medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) such as coconut along with omega-3 fatty acids obtained from nuts and... more
Stem cell study offers new way to study early development and pregnancy  SCIENCE DAILY · 6 days
For the first time, researchers have created mouse blastocyst-like structures, or 'blastoids,' from a single cultured cell. The work could help advance research into... more
Parasite paralysis: A new way to fight schistosomiasis?  SCIENCE DAILY · 6 days
Scientists have isolated a natural chemical that acts as a potent kryptonite against parasitic worms that burrow through human skin and cause devastating health problems. Researchers now describe the successful characterization of... more
Why some US football players have higher cardiovascular risk  SCIENCE DAILY · 6 days
Research has shown that while elite athletes overall are at decreased risk of death from cardiovascular problems, a certain group of athletes -- football linemen in the United States --... more
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