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Chronic illness, even in patients with no record of mental health problems, raises suicide risk substantially, according to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine


Novel study finds evidence for association between breastfeeding duration and maternal obesity and development of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in adolescents, reports the Journal of Hepatology


Reports new study in Biological Psychiatry


Detailed seven-volume work includes 75 percent new or updated articles, and is one of five new biomaterials titles


First study to compare neurological and ocular effects of blast injury may open up paths to new interventions, according to a report in The American Journal of Pathology


SSRN builds its first community-driven network outside the social sciences


Encouraging fruit, vegetable, and water intake led to smarter choices among students, according to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior


Better understanding of manufacturing steps and research on different Hispanic-style cheese varieties needed for risk analysis and prevention, say researchers in the Journal of Dairy Science®


Research reveals obstacles to commuting by bicycle


Free access to ClinicalKey for healthcare professionals and selected journal content for scientists and researchers extended to August 31



Research And JournalsAnxious people worry about risk, not loss06-Jun-2017

Reports new study in Biological Psychiatry



Research And JournalsTake a coffee or tea break to protect your liver06-Jun-2017

New study indicates that drinking even a few cups a day may prevent hardening of the liver, reports the Journal of Hepatology


Study shows improved patient outcomes with more extensive repair of aortic dissection


Highly intuitive search with the most advanced indexing and extraction of experimental data available will accelerate lead optimization in early drug discovery


One of six new neuroscience titles, groundbreaking book analyzes the failures in curing Alzheimer’s, cancer and cardiovascular disease and proposes solutions