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Medical marijuana laws linked to lower murder, assault rates
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Medical marijuana laws linked to lower murder, assault rates

The US based study, published in the online journal PloS One, looked at state panel data to analyse the association between state medical marijuana laws and 'type one' offences collected by the FBI. Type one offences are the following: criminal ... Times Live South Africa, 6 days ago
Medical Cannabis Not Correlated With Crime The Guardian Express, 17 hours ago

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'Over the Hill at 24': Study shows we start slowing down young

StarCraft 2, pictured above, was used to measure decline in motor performance. (Courtesy PLOS ONE) Most studies of aging concentrate on the deterioration of those more than 50 years old, and paint a woeful portrait of life in decline once people ...
 Washington Post5 days ago Your Brain May Start Slowing Down As Young As Age 24  Huffington Post3 days ago Your Brain Starts Slowing Down at 24  Time4 days ago Our Brains Begin to Slow Down at Age 24  Time4 days ago
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Gene Variant That Increases the Risk of Colorectal Cancer from Eating Processed Meat Identified

A study published in PLOS Genetics reveals that a common genetic variant that affects one in three people appears to significantly increase the risk of colorectal cancer from the consumption of processed meat. The study of over 18,000 people from ...
 MedIndia1 day ago New Gene Variant Found Increases the Risk of Colorectal Cancer from Eating Processed Meat  ScienceNewsline2 days ago Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center researchers find a new gene variant that increases the risk of colorectal cancer from eating processed meat  National Cancer Institute11 hours ago Eating processed meat can b...  Siasat Daily1 day ago
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MedIndia

Hospitalization Records are an Additional Tool, Say Researchers

A paper published April 16 in the journal PLOS ONE says that comparing hospitalization records with data reported to local boards of health presents a more accurate way to monitor how well communities track disease outbreaks. The study was ...
 MedIndia2 days ago Researchers see hospitalization records as additional tool  EurekAlert!3 days ago Hospitalization records an additional tool to monitor disease outbreaks  Science Daily2 days ago
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MedIndia

Staying in High Altitude Military Facilities Protects Service Members From Obesity

A new study published in the peer-reviewed journal, PLoS One says that overweight U.S. service members are 41 percent less likely to transition to clinical obesity when stationed at military facilities located at high altitude. The ...
 MedIndia3 days ago High Altitude Tied to Low Obesity  Daily Rx2 days ago A New Study Shows Residing in High Altitude Military Facilities Protects Service Members From Obesity  Infrosoft3 days ago Residing in High Altitude Military Facilities Protects Service Members from Obesity  Science Daily2 days ago
MedIndia

Mouse model would have predicted toxicity of drug that killed 5 in 1993 clinical trial

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 15-Apr-2014 Over 20 years after the fatal fialuridine trial, a study published this week in PLOS Medicine demonstrates that mice with humanized livers recapitulate the drug's toxicity. The work suggests that this mouse model ...
 EurekAlert!4 days ago Toxicity of Drug That Killed 5 in 1993 Clinical Trial Could Have Been Predicted by Mouse Model  MedIndia3 days ago Mice with human livers would have saved lives if used in toxicology testing, study shows  Health Canal4 days ago Medical News Today: Chimeric mouse study 'could have prevented human deaths in 1993 drug trial'  Medical News Today4 days ago
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New Species Of River Dolphin Discovered In Brazil (PHOTOS)

It seems Mother Nature still has a few secrets up her sleeve. In a study published in PLOS ONE this week, researchers announced the discovery of a new species of river dolphin in Brazil . The marine mammal is the first river dolphin to be described since ...
 Huffington Post2 months ago
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Study sheds light on how the immune system protects children from malaria

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 17-Apr-2014 According to a study published today in PLOS Pathogens, children who live in regions of the world where malaria is common can mount an immune response to infection with malaria parasites that may enable them to ...
 EurekAlert!2 days ago Media Availability: Study Sheds Light on How the Immune System Protects Children from Malaria  NIAID2 days ago How the Immune System Protects Children from Malaria  Science Daily2 days ago How the Immune System Prevents Repeated Malaria Fever Episodes in Highly Exposed Children  ScienceNewsline2 days ago
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Chimpanzees Prefer Ugandan Ironwood For Their Beds

Image Caption: "Charles" (an adult male chimp) is sitting in a C. alexandri tree. Credit: David Samson PLOS Chimpanzees may select a certain type of wood, Ugandan Ironwood, over other options for its firm, stable, and resilient properties to ...
 Red Orbit2 days ago Chimpanzees are choosy about beds too!  Deccan Chronicle1 day ago Chimpanzees Prefer Sturdier, More Comfortable Beds  Softpedia1 day ago Chimps Pick Sturdy, Leafy Ironwood To Make Wooden Beds  Auto World News2 days ago
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Over The Hill: After Age 24, Your Brain Slows Down 1% Annually

Cognitive decline could begin at age 24, according to a new study published in the journal PLoS ONE . Researchers from Simon Fraser University in Canada say that our brains start slowing down at that age. They studied 3,305 volunteers aged 16 to 44 ...
 Medical Daily3 days ago Brain function peaks at 24, but it's not all downhill  EMax Health10 hours ago Not catching a yawn with the rest of the room? It might be a sign of your age, researches claim...  IAfrica.com3 days ago Researchers say brain is at its best at 24  The Week3 days ago
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