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Research And JournalsEating healthy on a limited budget is possibleMar 6, 2019

Meal planning and store selection key to serving healthy meals to a family of four, according to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior

CDC and FDA investigators identified medications with the highest numbers of ED visits for harms following nonmedical use of medications to target patients at greatest risk and guide prevention efforts, reports the American Journal of Preventive Medicine

Now that people infected with HIV are living longer due to effective therapies, it is imperative to understand why their risks from cardiovascular disease are about 50 percent higher than the general population, according to the Canadian Journal of Cardiology

Research And JournalsMenstrual cycle phase influences cocaine cravingMar 1, 2019

Addicted female rats have stronger craving for cocaine during estrus than non-estrus, according to a study in Biological Psychiatry

Two DBS sites equally reduced OCD symptoms but improved distinct symptoms, according to a study in Biological Psychiatry

Study suggests providing post-discharge transitional care may be key to reducing hospital readmissions, according to the Canadian Journal of Cardiology

Participants used the AI environment created by Elsevier’s Entellect platform in collaborative effort to discover potential treatments

Changes in food variety, portion size, dietary energy, and selected micronutrients are potentially fueling the obesity epidemic, according to a new study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Big Data project will create comprehensive database of chemistry and bioactivity related content to help increase the visibility, reusability and actionability of existing information

Newest addition to Elsevier’s Neuroscience Serials program, looking at the state-of-the-art in Neuroethics and Bioethics

Research published in Heliyon finds that linguistic pattern analysis of testimony can lead to more impartial investigations and accurate diagnoses of PTSD in cases of child sexual abuse

A study in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging investigates what makes some people more likely to develop PTSD after traumatic experiences

Early-career researchers living and working in Bangladesh, Bolivia, the Gambia, Nepal and Palestine have been recognized for their work in the biological sciences

Findings refute common assumptions that depressed children who express suicidal ideation have a “less mature” understanding of death