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What's in a song? Babbler birds structure calls similar to way humans do
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Chestnut-crowned babbler communicates using Simple Form of Lan...

A journal PLOS biology-published research has found that chestnut-crowned babbler found in the Australian Outback has the ability to put together sounds and mix them up to communicate different meanings to others. Researchers have studied the vocal ..., 6 days ago

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Mosquito da Oxitec controla Aedes aegypti em local com alta infestação de dengue

OXFORD, Inglaterra, 2 de julho de 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- A revista PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases publicou hoje os resultados de um estudo com mosquitos geneticamente modificados da Oxitec. Os resultados mostraram que, na cidade de Juazeiro, ...
 PR Newswire5 days ago

El mosquito Oxitec trabaja para controlar al Aedes aegypti en la zona activa del dengue

OXFORD, Inglaterra, 2 de julio de 2015 /PRNewswire/ --En el día de hoy, la revista PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases publicó los resultados de una prueba con los mosquitos genéticamente diseñados de Oxitec. Los resultados mostraron que en la ...
 PR Newswire5 days ago
WA Today

Study: School shootings, mass killings are 'contagious'

The study, published Thursday in the journal PLOS ONE, found evidence that school shootings and mass killings -- defined as four or more deaths -- spread "contagiously," and 20% to 30% of such killings appear to be the result of "infection." The ...
 Austin American Statesman5 days ago Mass Killings And School Shootings Instigate Similar Incidents: Study  International Business Times4 days ago Study: some mass killings appear to be contagious  WA Today1 day ago Math shows mass killings 'contagious'  Sunday Star-Times1 day ago

48 Million-Year-Old Relative Of The 'Jesus Lizard' Lived In The Tropics of Wyoming

In a paper published this week in PLOS ONE, paleontologist Jack Conrad from the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine describes an exciting new specimen of tropical casquehead lizard from Wyoming. No, a tropical lizard from the dry deserts of ...
 Forbes.com5 days ago Newly discovered 48-million-year-old lizard walked on water in Wyoming PLOS  EurekAlert!6 days ago Wyoming Used to be Tropical, New Study gives Further Evidence  Topnews.in1 day ago 'Jesus Lizard' lived in tropical Wyoming millions of years...  AOL.com2 days ago
Innovations Report

UNC researchers find 2 biomarkers linked to severe heart disease

The finding published in PLoS One suggests that elevated oxidized LDL cholesterol and fructosamine -- a measure of glycated proteins in blood sugar -- are signposts for the development of severe coronary disease, especially in females Insulin ...
 Innovations Report19 hours ago Pig Model Links Two Biomarkers to Severe Heart Disease  ALNMag.com13 hours ago Two potential biomarkers for severe heart disease in insulin resistance found  Medical News Today18 hours ago Researchers pinpoint two biomarkers elevated in severe form of coronary disease  News-Medical.Net20 hours ago
Medical News Today

Innovative imaging study shows that the spinal cord learns on its own PLOS 11m

2015 AACR Annual Meeting April 18-22, 2015 Philadelphia, PA EurekAlert! provides embargoed and breaking science news you can't afford to miss. EurekAlert! offers a one-stop science news distribution service you can trust. EurekAlert! is a ...
 EurekAlert!1 week ago The Spinal Cord Learns on Its Own, Independent from the Brain, Study Suggests  Rehab Manegement1 day ago
Monthly Prescribing Reference

Statins Linked to Aggression in Women, But Not Men

Share this article: The effect of statins on aggression appears to differ based on sex and age, as a study published in PLOS ONE found that aggression increased in postmenopausal women taking statins but actually decreased in men. Researchers at ...
 Monthly Prescribing Reference5 days ago New, single-gene form of obesity and diabetes identified  BioNews1 day ago Statins Linked to Lower Aggression in Men, but Higher in Women  ImperialValleyNews1 day ago New genetic cause of severe obesity and diabetes  PHG Foundation5 days ago
Medical News Today

Latent HIV cells only 'wake up' once a week after antiretroviral therapy, study finds

A new study published in PLOS Pathogens provides new insight into how often HIV cells "wake up" among individuals undergoing antiretroviral therapy for the virus, bringing researchers one step closer to getting patients off the treatment for good ...
 Medical News Today2 days ago HIV wakes up only once a week under treatment  Noodls5 days ago

PLOS: Rare sperm whale fossils discovered in Panama

y a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at NewsFile -- Rare fossils from extinct pygmy sperm whales found in Panama indicate the bone involved in sound generation and echolocation, the spermaceti organ, reduced in size throughout the whales' evolution, ...
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