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Features the ARM®v8-A architecture to present the fundamentals of computer system design


Recent study shows improved outcomes in the face of increasing complexity and burden created by the ageing population, but does call for better integration of care


A new open access publication joins the family of focused JACC journals


A new design could help produce sustainable energy in developing countries


Dietary diversity necessary for a healthy gastrointestinal microbiome


Two essential titles featured with six other new toxicology, pharmacology and pharmaceutical science books in Elsevier booth # 901 at the Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting



Research And JournalsADHD or Just Immature?10/03/2016


A new method to detect a wide range of pesticides could help save bee populations



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Reports new study in Biological Psychiatry


RA symptoms and pathology worse in mice missing enzyme needed for serotonin synthesis, according to report in the American Journal of Pathology


Small, sensitive biosensors could help doctors deliver personalized care, even in developing countries


Groups of two or single individuals less likely to be caught in an avalanche than larger groups, according to a new report in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine


Negative outcomes of caffeine consumption could be curbed with more instruction, according to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior


Reported by new study in Biological Psychiatry


Detailed meta-analysis indicates that people with higher protein intake feel more full after meals, reports the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics