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Individual differences in brain systems for habitual behavior distinguish heavy cannabis users who develop an addiction

New technique simplifies detection of single nucleotide polymorphisms and can provide critically important information quickly, even in resource limiting facilities, reports The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics

Addition of the protein CCN3 on biomarker panel may further help predict prostate cancer metastasis to bone, according to a new study in The American Journal of Pathology

Activation patterns predicting mania symptom severity offer a potential neural biomarker to identify young people at risk for bipolar spectrum disorders

Research And JournalsDo we judge chocolate by its wrapper?Jun 6, 2019

Packaging plays a significant role in influencing our initial preference and perceptions of taste, according to new research published in Heliyon

Experts report on promising methods for early detection and intervention of rheumatoid arthritis in a themed issue of Clinical Therapeutics

An in-home weight management program improved the health of not only the child, but also the child’s parents, according to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior

Research shows hearts from overdose donors may be as suitable as any others

For patients taking beta blockers, experiencing anger or psychological stress was much less likely to be followed by atrial fibrillation, according to a new study in HeartRhythm

Scientists highlight advances and discuss future prospects for the use of organoid systems (“organs in a dish”) in gastroenterology and hepatology in Digestive and Liver Disease

Research And JournalsEmergency room or doctor’s office?May 29, 2019

Threat sensitivity, insurance status, and age all influence where people seek medical care, according to new research published in Heliyon

Imbalanced network function is associated with development of more severe depression, indicating a potential neurobiological marker for risk prediction

A unique sample of African-American and European-American participants provides insight into the genetics of alcohol use

Research And JournalsEating healthily at work mattersMay 22, 2019

A new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine finds unhealthy worksite food purchases associated with unhealthy diet outside of work and more risk factors for diabetes and cardiovascular disease

Top speakers will address some of the most difficult socio-economic issues the world is facing as a result of climate change – including people trafficking, conflict and spread of disease