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We may hear others' footsteps, but how do we ignore our own?
SCIENCE DAILY A team of scientists has uncovered the neural processes mice use to ignore their own footsteps, a discovery that offers new insights into how... 2 weeks
New research on sperm quality updates advice for couples trying to conceive
NEWS MEDICAL Could doctors at fertility clinics be giving men bad advice? Dr. Da Li and Dr. XiuXia Wang, who are clinician-researchers at the Center for... 1 week
Study: BPA Safety
NPR An FDA scientist will present the results of a large government study on the safety of the plastic additive BPA. 2 weeks
Report recommends revisiting federal safety regulations for liquid petroleum gas distribution systems
PHYS.ORG Current federal safety regulations for small distribution systems used for propane and other liquefied petroleum gases (LPGs) should be improved for clarity, efficiency, enforceability,... 2 weeks
FDA plans meeting to discuss safety data on breast implants
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Medical News Today: 'Gut feeling' may be a hardwired 'sixth sense'
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'Gut feeling' may be a hardwired 'sixth sense'
MNT New research shows that there is a neuronal circuitry between the gut and the brain that allows information to be sent to the brain in milliseconds. 3 days
Survey: Psoriasis patients expect treatment to go beyond just clear skin and safety
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Commercial Crew Providers Believe They Now Meet NASA Safety Requirements
SPACE.COM Boeing and SpaceX, who have been struggling to meet safety thresholds established by NASA for commercial crew vehicles, now believe their vehicles can meet those requirements as they... 16 hours
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SPACE NEWS Boeing and SpaceX, who have been struggling to meet safety thresholds established by NASA for commercial... 6 days
Study reveals long-term safety, efficacy of Ofev in patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
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Scientists Study Barn Owls To Understand Why People With ADHD Struggle To Focus
NPR Research on the brains of barn owls suggests that attention problems like ADHD may involve a brain circuit that usually helps us... 2 weeks
Phase I clinical trial shows safety and tolerability of HIV-specific, ex-vivo expanded T-cell therapy
NEWS MEDICAL Preliminary results from a phase I clinical trial have demonstrated the safety and tolerability of a cell therapy involving the... 16 hours
Hardwired for laziness? Tests show the human brain must work hard to avoid sloth
SCIENCE DAILY Society has encouraged people to be more physically active, yet we are actually becoming less active. This new study offers... 7 days
Sperm quality study updates advice for couples trying to conceive
SCIENCE DAILY New clinical and molecular evidence shows sperm quality and reproductive outcomes are improved when semen is provided after just 1-3 hours of abstinence. 1 week
Thinking beyond yourself can make you more open to healthy lifestyle choices
SCIENCE DAILY Many people feel threatened when reminded of their unhealthy behavior. However, a group of 220 sedentary adults became more receptive to health advice --... 1 week
Database shines a bright light on Washington lobbying
PHYS.ORG Follow the money. It's a famous phrase from the Watergate era, but it applies to everyday life in modern Washington as well. That advice just got easier for everyone to carry out,... 2 weeks
FDA awards grants to enhance development of medical devices for pediatric patients
NEWS MEDICAL The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced today that it has awarded five grants totaling up to $6 million per year over the next... 2 weeks
Peer effects, personal characteristics and asset allocation
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Deep sea robots reveal mineral riches in the abyss
REUTERS From the safety of their research vessel, scientists are exploring one of Earth's last frontiers - the sea... 5 days
Many California marijuana products failing safety tests
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Analysis does not find any safety concerns of bivalent HPV vaccine
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GeckoSystems further improves features of power wheelchairs in reduced cost
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New ultrasonic wave phenomenon leads to improved safety for society
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China suspends carpool services following murders
PHYS.ORG China has ordered the suspension of carpool services offered by ride-hailing firms until tighter safety measures are implemented, seeking to ease fears after two users of sector leader Didi Chuxing's Hitch service were murdered. 2 weeks
Government Study Of BPA Backs Its Safety, But Doesn't Settle Debate
NPR The plastic additive BPA got a clean bill of health in a two-year government study involving thousands of rats. But scientists worried about BPA's risks say... 2 weeks
Medical News Today: Safest condoms and methods of use
MNT Most condom brands are safe, but people should still check the labels to make sure they are effective against pregnancy and STIs. Novelty and natural condoms may not be as... 1 week
Integration of innovative digital techniques into medical courses for enhanced patient safety
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Medical News Today: Is it safe to use Pepto-Bismol while breastfeeding?
MNT Although researchers are still unsure whether Pepto-Bismol passes into a woman's breast milk, most health authorities recommend avoiding it while breastfeeding. In this article, learn about... 2 weeks
Agency seeks anti-lock brakes on all new US road motorcycles
PHYS.ORG A federal safety agency is recommending that all new motorcycles built for road use in the U.S. have anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control as standard equipment. 2 weeks
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