Showing 106 - 120 of 2262 between Jan 2004 and Apr 2017
Research And JournalsStructural Deficits May Explain Mood-Independent Cognitive Difficulties in Bipolar Disorder 01-Nov-2016
Reports new study in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Research And JournalsSocial Media Proves Effective as a Tool for Antimicrobial Stewardship31-Oct-2016
Research And JournalsFew Children Born to Parents with Serious Mental Illness Live with Both Parents While Growing Up31-Oct-2016
Schizophrenia impacts family living arrangements the most
Research And JournalsPrescription Medication Tragedies Could Be Prevented by Simple Pictures27-Oct-2016
New research reveals pictograms help seniors understand medication instructions
Research And JournalsA FAAH Better Thing for Cannabis Users: New Insights May Aid Development of Treatments for Cannabis Use Disorder25-Oct-2016
Reports new study in Biological Psychiatry
Research And JournalsHigh Profile Facebook Post Provides Insights into Pro- and Anti-Vaccination Beliefs24-Oct-2016
Language analysis of responses to Mark Zuckerberg post reveals crucial data, reports the journal Vaccine
Research And JournalsScientists Can Listen to Proteins by Turning Data into Music20-Oct-2016
Molecular melodies can reveal information about proteins
Research And JournalsExploding Smartphones: What’s the Silent Danger Lurking in our Rechargeable Devices?20-Oct-2016
New research identifies toxic emissions released by lithium-ion batteries
Research And JournalsSevere Lead Poisoning in Children: Causes and Risk Factors19-Oct-2016
Research And JournalsGoing for A Run Could Improve Cramming for Exams19-Oct-2016
New research reveals exercise after revision can help students retain information
Research And JournalsDrinking an Ice Slurry/Water Mix Helps Body Cope With Exertion in Hot Weather19-Oct-2016
Temperature of water consumed may be as important as the amount when trying to manage thermoregulation, indicates new report in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine
Research And JournalsVirtual Reality Study Finds Our Perception of Our Body and Environment Affects How We Feel13-Oct-2016
The interaction of bodily and spatial cues serves to regulate emotions and exploratory behavior
Research And JournalsNew Study Links Neuropilin 2 Deficiency to Inflammation-Induced Edema and Lymphedema – Clues to New Pathways for Treatment13-Oct-2016
Unexpected massive, persistent fluid accumulation and fewer lymphatic capillaries lead to formulation of new hypothesis, according to a new report in The American Journal of Pathology
Research And JournalsNew Data from National Violent Death Reporting System Shed Light on Law Enforcement Officer Deaths, Their Use of Lethal Force 13-Oct-2016
Special Supplement to the American Journal of Preventive Medicine also provides insights into homicides, suicides, and other violence-related fatalities in the U.S.
Research And JournalsFrailty in Older Surgery Patients May Be Under Recognized12-Oct-2016
Simple Screening Could Predict a Patient’s Risk for Complications
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