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Dogs pick up not only on the words we say but also on our intent to communicate with them, according to a report published on-line in the Cell Press journal Current Biology on January 5

10 Jan 2012, 02:04
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Murphy's Law is a useful scapegoat for human error: "If something can go wrong, it will."

6 Jan 2012, 01:42
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Bingo, a popular activity in nursing homes, senior centers and assisted-living facilities, has benefits that extend well beyond socializing

5 Jan 2012, 01:44
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Young children are far more likely to experience attention and hyperactivity problems if their mother develops diabetes during pregnancy and they are born into a poor or lower-middle-class household, a new study suggests

3 Jan 2012, 02:06
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Differences in the temporal lobes and olfactory bulbs also suggest a combined use of brain functions related to cognition and olfaction. The increase of brain size is intimately linked to the evolution of humanity

27 Dec 2011, 08:23
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Daily doses of raw or heat-treated ginger are effective for relieving muscle pain following strenuous exercise, according to research reported in The Journal of Pain, published by the American Pain Society

23 Dec 2011, 08:38
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People who sprinkle salt on everything and gravitate toward unhealthy high-sodium foods may be expressing a taste preference formed during early infancy, a small new study suggests

22 Dec 2011, 09:15
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More than half a million children in the U.S. sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI) every year. Adults who suffer TBI often report headaches afterwards, but little is known about how often children suffer headaches after similar injuries

15 Dec 2011, 08:32
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Dr. Susan A. Bartels and Dr. Michael J Van Rooyen's review published Online First in The Lancet details the devastating health effects of earthquakes and the challenges posed by these natural disasters

13 Dec 2011, 08:26
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The use of multiple medications is associated with increased severity of erectile dysfunction, according to a Kaiser Permanente study published on line in the British Journal of Urology International

8 Dec 2011, 08:19
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