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The 2016 US Presidential campaign saw an explosion in popularity for the term “fake news.” This phenomenon raises interesting questions: Which news sources do people believe are fake, and what do people think “fake news” means? One possibilit ...
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Sialic acid–binding immunoglubulinlike lectin 9 (Siglec-9) is a ligand of vascular adhesion protein 1. A 68Ga-labeled peptide of Siglec-9, 68Ga-DOTA-Siglec-9, holds promise as a novel PET tracer for imaging of inflammation. This first-in-humans stu ...
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A large empirical literature has debated the existence of a U-shaped happiness-age curve. This paper re-examines the relationship between various measures of well-being and age in 145 countries, including 109 developing countries, controlling for edu ...
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New evidence of genetic link between depression and anxiety Depression and anxiety are highly comorbid conditions, with about three-quarters of people with an anxiety disorder also exhibiting symptoms of major depressive disorder, but little ...
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Researchers hope their "ultra-white" paint can save energy by reflecting sunlight from buildings.
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Billionaire Jared Isaacman is chartering a SpaceX rocket to take him and three others into orbit
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In an inpatient, randomized controlled crossover trial, participants consumed 550–700 kcal day−1 fewer calories when following a plant-based, low-fat diet with a high glycemic load compared with an animal-based, low-carbohydrate d ...
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Scientists confirm they have made "chimera" embryos from long-tailed macaques and humans.
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The study purpose was to assess, in a U.S. probability sample of women, the specific ways women have discovered to make vaginal penetration more pleasurable. Through qualitative pilot research with women that informed the development of the survey in ...
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Experiment has scientific community split over ethics surrounding such research - Anadolu Agency
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Research conducted by the Holy See’s Pediatric Hospital, Bambino Gesù, in collaboration with the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" and other European ...
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In a ground-breaking experiment, researchers have successfully created the first human-monkey chimera.
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Some research has suggested that people who are overweight but also active can experience a reduction in cardiovascular disease risk. Researchers examining this “fit but fat” paradox found that being active is somewhat protective compared to bein ...
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Bones and teeth are important sources of Pleistocene hominin DNA, but are rarely recovered at archaeological sites. Mitochondrial DNA has been retrieved from cave sediments, but provides limited value for studying population relationships. We therefo ...
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Some experts fear the discovery is marred by significant moral and ethical dilemmas, Sam Hancock writes