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A study in Biological Psychiatry characterizes the neural profile of callousness in children

Elsevier collaborates with Leiden University Libraries’ Centre for Digital Scholarship and Scaliger Institute to enhance the study of digital collections

The Next-GenerationCopy Number Alteration (NG-CNA) assay can analyze small amounts of material to estimate metastatic risk, reports The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics

Disrupting a self-perpetuating cellular loop of endoplasmic reticulum stress, inflammation, and oxidative stress may be the key to therapeutic advances, according to a new study in The American Journal of Pathology

The good news is women leaders aren’t being tracked to disproportionately lead underperforming German and UK companies. The bad news is there are very few women leaders at all

First-of-its-kind Elsevier analysis charts Artificial Intelligence research trends across the world, with a focus on China, Europe and the United States

Clinical decision support, AI and big data in the hospital among the featured topics to be highlighted at a newly-launched event

Exercise-based rehab participation leads to better sexual outcomes for patients with cardiovascular disease, but further investigation is needed to evaluate the effectiveness of sexual counseling interventions, according to a study in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology

Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: Researchers highlight factors that influence how effectively food suppliers and distributors can prepare for and respond to disasters

Less than 25 percent of study participants meet Canada’s Food Guide recommendations for fruits and vegetables according to a study just published in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology

A study in Biological Psychiatry examines what makes people susceptible or resilient to the psychiatric effects of childhood maltreatment

Newest addition to Advances series continues Elsevier tradition of publishing original review articles on current breakthroughs in select specialties

New risk assessment may help allay safety concerns, according to an important study conducted in Australia, reported in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology

In a study of identical twins, the child who experienced harsher behavior and less parental warmth was more aggressive and exhibited more callous-unemotional traits