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Grrr! Science proves dog jealousy is a real thing

Grrr! Science proves dog jealousy is a real thing

A new study confirms that, yes, dogs can morph into green-eyed monsters. According to a study published in PLOS ONE on July 23, dogs are capable of feeling a basic form of jealousy. Purported to be the first experiment on canine jealousy, the ..., 11 hours ago
Researchers Dogs get bitten by green-eyed monster Big News Network, 14 minutes ago
Climate denialism is more difficult at the beach: research Times Live South Africa, 3 days ago

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IMTECH fake data case: US journal to keep watch on authors involved; doesn't blacklist

Chandigarh: After the recent retractions, the PLOS One journal has decided to minutely scrutinize the works of co-authors whose publications were withdrawn following fabrication of scientific data.
 Times of India1 week ago

Dogs capable of feeling jealousy -- US study

Dogs are capable of feeling a basic form of jealousy, according to a study published in the PLOS ONE scientific journal. The research, said to be the first experiment on canine jealousy, could redefine the view that the complex emotion of envy is a ...
 Business World19 hours ago New study proves that dogs are capable of feeling jealous  First Post.com1 day ago Man's best friend likes it that way  IOL1 day ago Dog study 'indicates jealousy evolves to protect social relationships'  Medical News Today1 day ago
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Medical News Today: 'Pathogenic connection' between cancer and autoimmune disorders

Ratings require JavaScript to be enabled. New research published in the journal PLOS ONE suggests that autoimmune disorders and cancer may share a pathogenic connection. Tumors and the cells implicated in autoimmune diseases "both express ...
 Medical News Today2 days ago New Research Finds Pathogenic Connection between Autoimmune Disorders and Cancer  Infrosoft2 days ago Autoimmune diseases share certain pathogenic mechanisms with cancer  News-Medical.Net2 days ago Pathogenic connection between autoimmune disorders, cancer found  Science Daily1 day ago

The physics of lead guitar playing

Now guitarist and physicist Dr David Robert Grimes has described the physics underlying these techniques in the journal PLOS ONE. 'Very good guitarists will manipulate the strings to make the instrument sing,' explains Dr Grimes. 'On a piano, ...
 ECN21 hours ago Rock'n'Roll Oncologist Reveals The Physics Behind Great Guitarists  Forbes.com1 day ago Oxford University - The physics of lead guitar playing  TMC Net1 hour ago 23.07 - The physics of lead guitar playing - OXFORD  MyScience15 hours ago
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Dogs feel jealousy too, scientists say

NEW YORK — Any dog owner would testify that dogs are just as prone to jealousy as humans, and a study published in the PLOS ONE scientific journal on Wednesday seems to corroborate that man's best friend is capable of feeling a basic form of ...
 Today Online13 hours ago What can dogs teach us about jealousy?  Chicago Tribune2 hours ago Dogs get jealous too  Times of Malta5 hours ago US study finds that dogs get jealous too  Kicker Daily News8 hours ago
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Fighting Bacteria - with Viruses

Research published today in PLOS Pathogens reveals how viruses called bacteriophages destroy the bacterium Clostridium difficile ( C. diff ), which is becoming a serious problem in hospitals and healthcare institutes, due to its resistance to ...
 ScienceNewsline9 hours ago Fighting bacteria—with viruses  PhysOrg.com17 hours ago Fighting bacteria -- with viruses  EurekAlert!17 hours ago Gum Disease-Causing Bacteria may also Increase Risk of Atherosclerosis  Med India1 week ago

Scientists Diagnose 100,000-Year-Old Case of Brain Damage

A paper published in yesterday's issue of the journal PLOS ONE details the use of digital imaging and 3D reconstruction to diagnose a 100,000-year-old case of brain damage considered one of the earliest injuries of this kind thus far documented in ...
 Softpedia15 hours ago Antipsychotic Drugs Argued to Make the Brain Shrink  Softpedia4 days ago 100,000-Year-Old Case of Brain Damage Discovered  LiveScience.com1 day ago

Death of a Parent During Childhood Is Associated with Greater Mortality in Early Adulthood

Published: July 22, 2014. By PLOS Experiencing the loss of a parent during childhood or adolescence is associated with a greater risk of mortality, according to a study published in this week's PLOS Medicine . The study, ...
 ScienceNewsline2 days ago Childhood Bereavement Linked To Higher Adulthood Mortality  RTTNews.com16 hours ago Childhood Bereavement May Raise Adulthood Mortality  Diabetes Care1 day ago Loss of parent during childhood raises mortality risk  EMax Health1 day ago

Dr. Michael Gabriel of GPM Pediatrics, a Top Staten Island Pediatrics Clinic, Responds to Article Discussing How Children Overcame Fears in Virtual World

BOHEMIA, N.Y. According to the study in an article on Health Canal, "In a study published…in PLOS ONE, experts at Newcastle University describe how, following treatment in an immersive virtual reality room, eight out of nine children were able ...
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