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Monthly Archives: January 2017

Re-assessing ‘at risk’ cutoffs for birth weight

A recent research article contributes to the evidence base regarding the use of population charts for detection of fetal growth disorders and how best…
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Infrared links could simplify data center communications

Data centers are the central point of many, if not most, information systems today, but the masses of wires interconnecting the servers and piled…
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Flu fighter: Breath monitor to detect flu

A new hand-held breath monitor can potentially detect the flu virus.

Hearing Loss Treatment Can Lower Risk of Dementia

INFOMERCIAL: Research shows that for every 10 decibels of hearing loss, the risk of developing dementia increases. Learn how the right hearing aids can…
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Increasing factory and auto emissions disrupt natural cycle in East China Sea

China’s rapid ascent to global economic superpower is taking a toll on some of its ancient ways. For millennia, people have patterned their lives…
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For bonding and breastfeeding, newborns benefit from a cheek full of dextrose

Researchers are proving that a dose of dextrose gel administered into a baby’s cheek along with regular feedings can raise hypoglycemic babies’ blood sugar,…
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New study shows how plants fight off disease

A new study has highlighted the minute details of how the plant’s immune system leads to its ability to resist disease. Researchers said the…
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Brain-Computer Interface Allows Completely Locked-in People to Communicate

A computer interface that can decipher the thoughts of people who are unable to communicate could revolutionize the lives of those living with completely…
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Large marine protected areas effectively protect reef shark populations

Expanded marine protected areas are successful in limiting fishing and increasing reef shark populations, report scientists.

Experts urge use of evidence-based medicine to avoid overtreatment of type 2 diabetes

Research supports an evidence-based medicine (EBM) approach that embraces individualized care to prevent overtreatment, specifically for patients with type 2 diabetes.

The making of Antarctica

A group of researchers suggest that the best way to understand the creation of the glaciers in Antarctica is by linking two competing theories…
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‘Ghost particles’ could improve understanding the universe

New measurements of neutrino oscillations, observed at the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole, have shed light on outstanding questions regarding fundamental properties…
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