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New study in The Journal of Urology® indicates that a balance must be struck between highly restrictive and overzealous prescribing in order to provide optimal patient care


Shifting hospital stays to “Observation” limits Medicare coverage for those least able to pay, according to a new study reported in The American Journal of Medicine


Better subtyping of diffuse large B-cell lymphomas can enhance diagnosis and guide treatment, reports The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics


New user interface and advanced search technology helps engineers increase productivity, build foundational knowledge and solve problems with high business impact



The Wildlife Society recognizes excellence of the Elsevier/Academic Press title at its annual conference



A new clinical guide summarizes the evidence regarding the effects of calcium in reducing the risk of osteoporosis after the menopause.


Significant benefits seen after treatment with FDA-approved drug in rodent model of blast-related limb injury hold promise for first effective treatment to prevent trauma-induced heterotopic ossification (HO) formation, according to a new report in The American Journal of Pathology


New report measures UK’s research performance (2010-2014) against nations including France, Germany, US, and China


A new review in Marine Geology shows how slightly warmer temperatures and moderate CO2 concentrations over a hundred thousand years ago led to dramatic superstorms and sea-level rise in the western Atlantic Ocean



Research And JournalsSmartphone app teaches girls about sexual health10-Oct-2017

Elsevier’s Atlas Award Winner for June 2017 proposes a new tool for sexual health education


The findings appear in a new paper in Biological Psychiatry


New model will ensure data is a ‘common language’ in the research community, removing research bottlenecks and barriers to collaboration


By compiling qualitative data about energy drink intake, researchers can learn how to curb consumption, according to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior