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A new study found a web-based intervention to be an effective and convenient approach to manage lifestyle changes in patients with NAFLD, reports the Journal of Hepatology



Research And JournalsRethinking lethality in youth suicide attemptsSep 27, 2018

Mayo Clinic study points to firearms being a major factor in first suicide attempts in youth ages 10 to 24


A study in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging examines the growth of emotion-related brain circuits and their relationship with behavioral outcomes


Developers of the “Buchwald–Hartwig amination” recognized for their outstanding contributions to organic chemistry


The 2018 Reaxys SCI Early Career Researcher Award aims to promote young talent in the chemistry field in Italy


To optimize duration of anticoagulation, we may need to rethink the arbitrary categorization of provoked/unprovoked when risk stratifying patients with incident venous thromboembolism and aim for more nuanced risk stratification, reports The American Journal of Medicine


As prevailing regulatory and cultural shifts normalize adult medical and recreational cannabis use, identification of potential risk factors is key to preventing public health consequences, according to the American Journal of Preventive Medicine


Six new USDA studies in the October issue of JDS focus on preweaned heifer calves


Accuracy of and confidence in diagnoses boosted, recent research by Elsevier shows


Elsevier congratulates its medical authors and editors for this industry recognition and for consistently producing high-quality medical content


Mothers report higher level of concern about long-term health consequences for fussy eaters, according to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior


Inhibition of atypical protein kinase C may help manage macular edema and vision loss associated with eye diseases, reports The American Journal of Pathology


Research And JournalsA prehistoric thirst for craft beerSep 12, 2018

Evidence suggests that stone mortars from Raqefet Cave, Israel, were used in brewing cereal-based beer millennia before the establishment of sedentary villages and cereal agriculture


A study in Biological Psychiatry identifies a critical role of the orexin system in the expression of an addicted state in rats