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Incubator participants receive complimentary access to Elsevier’s information solutions to accelerate research in early drug discovery and development

Research And JournalsGoing for A Run Could Improve Cramming for Exams19-Oct-2016

New research reveals exercise after revision can help students retain information

Elsevier Interactive Patient Education will help Bellin share valuable, personalized, evidence-based information with patients

Temperature of water consumed may be as important as the amount when trying to manage thermoregulation, indicates new report in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine

Eight weekly challenges give future and professional chemists the chance to test skills against peers worldwide, earn a place on the champion leaderboards and support their chosen charity

Highly intuitive user interface, combined with the deepest indexing and extraction of relevant chemistry literature and data, marks new gold standard for chemistry information tools

The interaction of bodily and spatial cues serves to regulate emotions and exploratory behavior

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

Special Supplement to the American Journal of Preventive Medicine also provides insights into homicides, suicides, and other violence-related fatalities in the U.S.

Simple Screening Could Predict a Patient’s Risk for Complications

Courses on The Thorax and The Embryology of the Heart and Lung Currently Available with Additional Courses Scheduled for 2017

New evidence-based guidance emphasizes importance of shared decision-making between physician and patient, reports the Canadian Journal of Cardiology

The partnership will leverage evidence-based content, interactive experiences to provide key information on latest treatments

Targeted, next-generation sequencing assay detects rejection by measuring donor-derived cell-free DNA levels in recipient’s plasma, reports The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics