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Mothers report higher level of concern about long-term health consequences for fussy eaters, according to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior


Inhibition of atypical protein kinase C may help manage macular edema and vision loss associated with eye diseases, reports The American Journal of Pathology


Research And JournalsA prehistoric thirst for craft beerSep 12, 2018

Evidence suggests that stone mortars from Raqefet Cave, Israel, were used in brewing cereal-based beer millennia before the establishment of sedentary villages and cereal agriculture


A study in Biological Psychiatry identifies a critical role of the orexin system in the expression of an addicted state in rats


Better understanding of the connection should lead to more effective interventions and treatments, according to European Psychiatry


Findings suggest an association between use of vasopressors and onset of new weakness, according to a new study in the journal CHEST®


A study in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging examines the relationship between brain function and the impact of life events on depressive symptoms


Research And JournalsAt last, a simple 3D printer for metal Sep 3, 2018

The 3D printing of plastics has largely come of age in the last decade, solving many of the engineering challenges in the process, these solutions are now ready to be applied to the 3D printing of metal


Data from online searches could be leveraged to estimate disease activity and disseminate important public health warnings, report scientists in Mayo Clinic Proceedings


Increasing evidence highlights the value of identifying children at risk in the community early


Research And JournalsOn the horizon: An acne vaccine Aug 29, 2018

Significant progress made in the development of an acne vaccine using a novel therapeutic approach, according to a new study in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology


Research And JournalsThe Sugar Wars: Rhetoric or Reason?Aug 27, 2018

Have the ill effects of sugar been over-emphasized by scientists? Experts debate both sides in Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases


These unsafe practices are more prevalent among those who cite safety as the primary reason for gun ownership and contribute to heightened suicide risk, according to the American Journal of Preventive Medicine


Leading nutrition experts present insights into the HEI-2015 in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics


A mobile heart monitor with an automated algorithm paired with a smart device and app, coupled with physician overread, can detect atrial fibrillation with excellent sensitivity and specificity, report scientists in HeartRhythm