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Lifetime smoking history is a key determinant of mortality for people 70 and over and that quitting, even after 60, benefits individuals into their 70s, reports the American Journal of Preventive Medicine


A new study in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine rates the water pressure of several improvised wound irrigation tools to see how they stack up against commercial devices


Solutions to reduce herd sizes face issues of ethics and perception, according to a new article in The Professional Animal Scientist®


Reports new study in Biological Psychiatry



Research And JournalsWhy Conservation Fails28-Nov-2016

To meet the Paris Agreement, northern leaders at COP22 should commit to paying for forest protection


Indian researchers pioneer an alternate use for sugarcane waste


Will once again offer point-of-care Continuing Medical Education credits, and highlight new diagnostic imaging textbooks



Research And JournalsSleep Apnea May Make Lung Cancer More Deadly18-Nov-2016

New research in CHEST shows that a lack of oxygen during sleep helps enable the spread of cancer cells


Elsevier Supports Impactful Technology at HIMSS Europe 2016



14% of teenage girls and 13% of boys report being a victim of stalking, and these teens are more likely to engage in risky behaviors, according to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine


Series will focus on the latest research in emerging issues and opportunities in transportation planning, policy, management, economics and sustainability


DirectCourse training helps DSPs improve the lives of people with disabilities, meet compliance requirements, and reduce liability


Reports new study in Biological Psychiatry