A study which investigated more than 2,000 children across 80 primary schools in Devon, has found that children who are younger than their peers when they start school are more likely to develop poorer mental health, as rated by parents and teachers.
One of the biggest icebergs on record is like a “niggling tooth” about to snap off Antarctica and will be an extra hazard for ships around the frozen continent as it breaks up, scientists said on Wednesday.
We analyze the new Republican health care bill unveiled by the Senate.
(University of Hawaii at Manoa) Researchers at University of Hawai’i at Manoa’s Hawai’i Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB) were recently awarded a $1.026 million grant from NASA to develop coral disease forecasting models for Hawai’i, US-affiliated Pacific Islands, and the Great Barrier Reef.
Republicans have revived efforts to overhaul health care. NPR’s Scott Simon asks American Medical Association President Andrew Gurman what he’d like to see in a health care bill.
In a new essay published in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online, Christopher C. French, Penn State Law visiting assistant professor of law, writes about the “concurrent causation conundrum.”
(Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center) Research led by neurologists at BIDMC has pinpointed the regions of the brain that may play a role in maintaining consciousness. Two components, arousal and awareness, are thought to be two prerequisites for consciousness. The brainstem region responsible for arousal found to be linked to two areas in the cortex implicated in awareness. This network is disrupted in patients with disorders of consciousness. Findings suggest the network could serve as potential therapeutic target for those patients.
Toward the ultimate goal of engineering human tissues and organs that can mimic native function for use in drug screening, disease modeling, and regenerative medicine, a Wyss Institute team led by…
New research helps explain how a hormone system often targeted to treat cardiovascular disease can also lower metabolism and promote obesity.
Topics 1. News and updates from Diane & Liz [2:13] 2. Liz’s Parenthood Facebook Group Discussions [9:54] 3. Shout out: Who is Diane following on Snapchat [23:27] 4. Practical Paleo Second edition: what’s new [26:24] 5. Updated and new meal plans [36:04] 6. Changes in the recipes [46:23] 7. Rapid Fire Q&A [51:42] 8. #Treatyoself: Chicken chicharrones [1:01:20] Links: …
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