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New complex carbohydrate in moss could possibly be exploited for promoting health
NEWS MEDICAL An international team of scientists including the University of Adelaide has discovered a new complex carbohydrate in moss that could possibly be exploited for... 45 minutes
WPI researcher launches mobile app for assessing perinatal depression in women
NEWS MEDICAL A researcher at Worcester Polytechnic Institute has launched a mobile app that will give obstetric providers an important new tool for assessing perinatal depression in women... 45 minutes
Study links past experiences with bias and avoidance of doctors in women with higher BMI
NEWS MEDICAL A study out of Drexel University's Dornsife School of Public Health linked past experiences with bias and discrimination... 1 hour
Researchers identify tools that caregivers could use to detect delirium in older adults
NEWS MEDICAL Delirium is a sudden change in mental status that often occurs when older adults are in the hospital or after they have... 1 hour
Gene related to high fatality could be used as biomarker in patients with P. aeruginosa infection
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers discovered an easily measured gene linked to a high fatality rate, which could be used as a... 1 hour
Researchers create new tool to measure patient uncertainty for predicting hospital readmissions
NEWS MEDICAL Patients come back to Emergency Rooms after initial discharge for many reasons, but Jefferson emergency medicine physician Kristin Rising saw a common theme during... 1 hour
Researchers identify superior blood-based biomarker for assessing sports-related concussions
NEWS MEDICAL A high-sensitive blood test can aid concussed hockey players when it might be safe to return to play. In a study published by the journal Neurology, researchers at Sahlgrenska Academy,... 1 hour
Drugs prescribed for newborns vary widely between NICUs, study finds
NEWS MEDICAL Little is known concerning how extensively drugs are prescribed to newborns in different neonatal intensive care units. A new British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology study of nearly 1,500... 2 hours
Study shows effects of socioeconomic status on immune cells of children with asthma
NEWS MEDICAL There are considerable socioeconomic disparities in asthma control among children, but the molecular origins of these disparities are not well understood. 2 hours
Lemons: Health Benefits & Nutrition Facts
LIVE SCIENCE Lemons are full of vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and antioxidants, and they are especially good sources of vitamin C and folate. 2 hours
Study: Nearly three-quarters of commonly used medical scopes tainted by bacteria
NEWS MEDICAL In an ominous sign for patient safety, 71 percent of reusable medical scopes deemed ready for use on patients tested positive for bacteria at three major... 2 hours
speedcast posts 136 percent revenue jump seeks debt refinancing Speedcast posts 136 percent revenue jump, seeks debt refinancing
SPACE NEWS Speedcast’s revenues more than doubled in 2017 as the satellite network operator began leveraging its acquisitions of U.S.... 2 hours
to keep foothold in government market satellite imaging companies have to gain trust To keep foothold in government market, satellite imaging companies have to gain trust
SPACE NEWS NGA Director Cardillo: “I want the market to work …... 4 hours
WATCH: Findings link artificial sweeteners to obesity, diabetes: Study
ABC NEWS Researchers said some sweeteners used can change the metabolism in mice. 4 hours
Vegetarian diet and Mediterranean diet close to each other in health benefits
NEWS MEDICAL At present, the Mediterranean diet is considered to be one of the healthiest diets that provide multiple benefits to the heart as well as... 4 hours
Wiping out the gut microbiome could help with heart failure
SCIENCE DAILY The bacteria that reside on and within our bodies are known to have a significant influence on our health. New research suggests wiping out the gut microbiota could... 6 hours
9 Blades that Forged History
HISTORY These razor-sharp blades inspired fear and fascination and helped change the course of military campaigns. 6 hours
How the Confederate White House Was Infiltrated by a Black Spy
HISTORY How freed slave Mary Bowser and abolitionist Elizabeth Van Lew teamed up to spy on Confederate President Jefferson Davis and got away with it. 6 hours
bridenstine sworn in as nasa administrator Bridenstine sworn in as NASA administrator
SPACE NEWS NASA’s new administrator said he’s “very excited” about leading the space agency as he takes office after an extended confirmation process. SpaceNews.com 6 hours
Does Drinking Alcohol Raise the Risk of PMS?
LIVE SCIENCE A new study finds drinking alcohol is linked with an increase risk of PMS. But experts are cautious about the findings. 6 hours
Space Industry Expresses Support for Bridenstine's Confirmation as NASA Chief
SPACE.COM NASA's next administrator, Jim Bridenstine, is set to be sworn into office April 23 as the space industry breathes a sigh of relief that his extended confirmation process... 7 hours
Blue Origin Expects BE-4 Rocket Engine Qualification Tests to Be Done This Year
SPACE.COM The chief executive of Blue Origin says he expects the company's BE-4 engine to complete qualification testing by the end of the... 7 hours
See Thousands of Asteroids Swirl Around the Sun in This NASA Video
SPACE.COM The inner solar system looks downright crowded in a new video showing the fruits of an asteroid-hunting spacecraft's labor. 7 hours
jim bridenstine sworn in as nasa administrator Jim Bridenstine Sworn in as NASA Administrator
ASTRO WATCH Jim Bridenstine was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on Thursday, April 19, to serve as the agency’s 13th administrator and sworn in... 7 hours
face recognition for galaxies artificial intelligence brings new tools to astronomy Face Recognition for Galaxies: Artificial Intelligence Brings New Tools to Astronomy
ASTRO WATCH A machine learning method called "deep learning," which has been widely used in face... 8 hours
Seniors more likely to fall when taking opioids after hospital treatment: Study
ABC NEWS The study looked at about 68,000 Canadian seniors admitted to hospitals 8 hours
Young athletes interested in healthy protein, not French fries
SCIENCE DAILY The greasy food being served at hockey rinks isn't really what young hockey players want, according to a new study. 8 hours
Upswings in older-age cognitive ability may not be universal
SCIENCE DAILY A study of a majority-black cohort finds no clear upward trend in cognitive abilities among older adults. 8 hours
Carbon capture could be a financial opportunity for US biofuels
SCIENCE DAILY With recent tax credits and other policies, removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and storing it underground is not only possible but profitable for US biofuel refineries. 8 hours
New NASA Chief Jim Bridenstine Officially Sworn In After Long Nomination Fight
SPACE.COM Vice President Mike Pence swore in Jim Bridenstine as the next NASA administrator today (April 23) during a ceremony at the space agency's headquarters... 8 hours
Medical News Today: Can essential oils treat a UTI?
MNT Essential oils are popular home remedies for many ailments, but can they help to relieve the symptoms of a UTI? In this article, we look at the essential oils that... 8 hours
Medical News Today: What is the best thing for stiff joints?
MNT Bones are heavy and moving them around can put strain on the joints. Overuse, injury, age, or a medical condition can cause joint strain and stiffness.... 8 hours
California to 'whipsaw' between drought, floods: study
PHYS.ORG California will zigzag between droughts and floods which will become more intense and more frequent in the coming decades unless global emissions of planet-warming greenhouse gases are checked, researchers said Monday. 8 hours
Google parent Alphabet profit leaps on ad growth
PHYS.ORG Google parent Alphabet on Monday reported a surge in quarterly profits, lifted by strong growth in the digital advertising segment it dominates along with Facebook. 8 hours
Earth BioGenome Project aims to sequence genomes of 1.5 million species
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists is proposing a massive project to sequence, catalog and analyze the genomes of all eukaryotic species on the planet, an undertaking the researchers say will... 8 hours
Applying network analysis to natural history
SCIENCE DAILY By using network analysis to search for communities of marine life in the fossil records of the Paleobiology Database, biologists were able to quantify the ecological impacts of major events like mass extinctions and may help... 8 hours
A Bunch of Rich Guys Want to Watch the Earth at All Times from Space
SPACE.COM A bunch of very big corporations and rich men, including Bill Gates, are hoping to start watching the... 8 hours
New NASA boss gets 'hearty congratulations' from space
PHYS.ORG NASA's new boss is already getting cheers from space. 8 hours
Robot helps seriously ill Everton fan make history
PHYS.ORG A seriously ill teenage Everton fan made history on Monday by becoming the world's first 'virtual matchday mascot' ahead of his beloved team's home Premier League match with Newcastle United. 8 hours
Researcher in Facebook data scandal apologizes
PHYS.ORG The academic at the center of the Facebook data-misuse scandal apologized for his actions, but said he thought he did nothing wrong at the time. 8 hours
California to 'whiplash' between drought, floods: study
PHYS.ORG California will zigzag between droughts and floods which will become more intense and more frequent in the coming decades unless global emissions of planet-warming greenhouse gases are checked, researchers said Monday. 8 hours
Telling job seekers how many other people have applied increases applications, could boost diversity
PHYS.ORG Telling job applicants how many people applied for a job on LinkedIn - regardless of whether the number of applicants... 8 hours
Fake news, the First Amendment and failure in the marketplace of ideas
PHYS.ORG The rise of social media and fake news challenge long-held assumptions about the First Amendment and are undermining the functioning of the "the marketplace... 8 hours
Girls more likely than boys to struggle with social, behavioral, academic needs
PHYS.ORG The more failing grades students have during eighth grade, the more likely they are to experience social-emotional learning problems, academic difficulties and behavioral problems... 8 hours
Liquid cell transmission electron microscopy makes a window into the nanoscale
PHYS.ORG From energy materials to disease diagnostics, new microscopy techniques can provide more nuanced insight. Researchers first need to understand the effects of radiation on samples. 8 hours
Researchers use 'environmental DNA' to identify killer whales in Puget Sound
PHYS.ORG When endangered killer whales swim through the sheltered waters of Puget Sound, they leave behind traces of "environmental DNA" that researchers can detect as much as... 8 hours
GPM sees Tropical Cyclone Fakir forming near Madagascar
PHYS.ORG VIDEO The southwest Indian Ocean cyclone season started on November 15, 2017 and will officially end on April 30, 2018. A tropical cyclone called Fakir formed on April 23 near northeastern Madagascar and... 8 hours
How do you get teens to stop cellphone use while driving? Survey says, show them the money
PHYS.ORG Teens who admit to texting while driving may be convinced to reduce risky cellphone... 8 hours
Hemp shows potential for treating ovarian cancer
SCIENCE DAILY Results from some of the first studies to examine hemp's ability to fight cancer show that it might one day be useful as plant-based treatment for ovarian cancer. Hemp is part of the same... 8 hours
Promise for safer opioid pain reliever
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have engineered a new compound that animal tests suggest could offer the pain-relieving properties of opioids such as morphine and oxycodone without the risk of addiction. 8 hours
Girls more likely than boys to struggle with social, behavioral, academic needs
SCIENCE DAILY The more failing grades students have during eighth grade, the more likely they are to experience social-emotional learning problems, academic difficulties and behavioral problems... 8 hours
Scientists generate an atlas of the human genome using stem cells
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have generated an atlas of the human genome that illuminates the roles our genes play in health and disease. The gene atlas, created using a... 8 hours
Light at end of the tunnel for world's wildlife and wild places
SCIENCE DAILY A new article finds that the enormous trends toward population stabilization, poverty alleviation, and urbanization are rewriting the future of biodiversity conservation in the... 8 hours
How do you get teens to stop cellphone use while driving? Survey says, show them the money
SCIENCE DAILY Teens who admit to texting while driving may be convinced to reduce risky cellphone... 8 hours
Scientists use rocket scanner to learn how whales hear
PHYS.ORG Researchers have used a scanner designed for rockets to collect the first-ever computed tomography (CT) scan of an entire minke whale. By combining the CT scan results with custom-developed computer... 9 hours
Landmark paper finds light at end of the tunnel for world's wildlife and wild places
PHYS.ORG A new WCS paper published in the journal BioScience finds that the enormous trends toward population stabilization, poverty... 9 hours
No Joke: Uranus Smells Terrible, Study Says
LIVE SCIENCE The upper cloud tops of Uranus are shot through with hydrogen sulfide, the gas that smells of rotten eggs. 9 hours
This Man Had a Key Lodged in His Brain. Here's How He Survived.
LIVE SCIENCE A young man in India survived having a key lodged more than an inch into his skull. 9 hours
Swirling liquids work similarly to bitcoin
SCIENCE DAILY The physics involved with stirring a liquid operate the same way as the mathematical functions that secure digital information. This parallel could help in developing even more secure ways of protecting digital information. 9 hours
Did last ice age affect breastfeeding in Native Americans?
SCIENCE DAILY Biologists have been puzzled by the evolutionary adaptation behind a common tooth trait of northern Asians and Native Americans: shovel-shaped incisors. An analysis of archeological specimens shows that nearly 100... 9 hours
Medical News Today: Is telogen effluvium reversible?
MNT Telogen effluvium is a form of temporary hair loss that usually happens several months after a person experiences a traumatic event or stress. The hair usually regrows within 6 to 9 months. In this... 9 hours
Medical News Today: Why do some people sneeze after eating?
MNT If a person sneezes after eating all or certain foods, they may either have gustatory rhinitis, snatiation, or a food allergy. Hot or spicy foods are the most... 9 hours
creating star stuff on earth is the aim of new 7 million project Creating Star Stuff on Earth is the Aim of New $7 Million Project
ASTRO WATCH Astrophysicists will conduct experiments designed to re-create the physical environment... 9 hours
Why do some people sneeze after eating?
MNT If a person sneezes after eating all or certain foods, they may either have gustatory rhinitis, snatiation, or a food allergy. Hot or spicy foods are the most common triggers. Sneezing after eating is... 9 hours
CDC chief makes $375K, far exceeding his predecessors' pay
ABC NEWS The new head of the nation's top public health agency is getting paid nearly twice what his predecessor made and far more than other recent past directors 9 hours
air force secretary heather wilson in conversation with spacenews Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson in conversation with SpaceNews
SPACE NEWS VIDEO Wilson sat down with SpaceNews at the recent Space Symposium in Colorado Springs to discuss the ongoing reorganization... 9 hours
defense intelligence chief a lot of technology remains untapped Defense intelligence chief: ‘A lot of technology remains untapped’
SPACE NEWS USD Kernan: "we really haven’t taken all the advantage we can of technology.” SpaceNews.com 9 hours
What Is Earth's Average Temperature?
SPACE.COM The global average surface temperature in 2017 was estimated to be about 58 degrees Fahrenheit (15 degrees Celsius). 9 hours
Hubble Space Telescope Observes NGC 2655
SCI-NEWS.COM The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has delivered an unrivalled snapshot of the lenticular galaxy NGC 2655. NGC 2655, also known as LEDA 25069, UGC... 9 hours
Gene linked to breastfeeding may have boosted survival of earliest Americans
Science Magazine Gene found in Native Americans and Asians may have helped babies survive in dark Arctic winters 9 hours
Fierce — and Free! Win a Book of Dinosaur Facts in Our Giveaway Tuesday
LIVE SCIENCE Here's how to win a book that details the rise and fall of the dinosaurs, including facts about Tyrannosaurus rex,... 10 hours
What to know about 'dry drowning' after 4-year-old's incident
ABC NEWS The condition can be hard to detect until hours or days after an incident. 10 hours
Relaxation after work could give better night’s sleep
NEWS MEDICAL If you've had a bad day at work thanks to rude colleagues, doing something fun and relaxing after you punch out could net you a better night's sleep. 10 hours
ECDC analysis highlights measles vaccination gaps in teenagers and young adults
NEWS MEDICAL ECDC data show that up to 80% of teenagers and young adults who contracted measles in 2017 had not been vaccinated. ECDC analysis of sub-national data indicates that... 10 hours
Contact precautions do not limit spread of drug-resistant bacteria in ICUs
NEWS MEDICAL Contact precautions, used in addition to the standard precautions, the basic level of infection control applied to all patients, did not limit or prevent the spread... 10 hours
Wind energy's swift growth, explained
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GPM sees Tropical Cyclone Fakir forming near Madagascar
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Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson in conversation with SpaceNews
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Paint job transforms walls into sensors, interactive surfaces
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Crabs settled in the tunnel
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Why freeloader baby-eating ants are welcomed to the colony
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Can desert cities such as Tucson and Phoenix make water sources sustainable?
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Can desert cities such as Tucson and Phoenix make water sources sustainable?
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Vitamin D and magnesium supplements provide right nutritional support to athletes
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Four years of NASA NEOWISE data
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