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Even an extra five pounds can hurt your job chances
Washington Post

How even the smallest weight gain can hurt your job chances

The suddenly reluctant zipper can bring more than a sting of self-consciousness. A new study from the journal Plos One out this month found slight weight gain can hurt a job seeker's employment chances — especially a woman's. The authors, a ... MSN Canada, 4 days ago

PLOS appoints Dr. Joerg Heber as Editor-in-Chief of PLOS ONE

NEWS ARCHIVE News archives across months News archives across themes News archives across category - 19 Sep 2016 Open access journal publisher PLOS has announced the appointment of Dr. Joerg Heber as ...
 Knowledgespeak6 days ago IOP Publishing announces Outstanding Reviewer Awards programme  Knowledgespeak6 days ago De Gruyter to publish American Energy Society's official magazine, Energy Today  Knowledgespeak6 days ago Cambridge University Press announce participation in Peer Review Week  Knowledgespeak6 days ago

Feelings about a face

In a creepy experiment, a research team reports in PLoS Biology that they were able to change how people felt about strangers faces by having them do random tasks via a specialised software called DecNef. Volunteers in the experiment were trained to ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Fitness bands undervalue exercise by up to 40 per cent: study

The findings were published in the journal PLOS One. (Photo: Representative image) Researchers found that wrist-worn fitness monitors underestimated energy expenditure with variances of more than 40 per cent. Fitness freaks, take note! Popular wrist-worn ...
 Asian Age2 months ago

How a protein can cause blindness in diabetics

The study, reported in the journal PLOS Computational Biology, could also lead to better treatment for diabetic retinopathy, which currently requires multiple, invasive procedures that are not always effective in the long term.
 Business Standard2 months ago
Malay Mail

Study links childhood concussions to variety of lifelong health and social issues

Recent research published in the journal PLOS Medicine suggests even mild head injuries during childhood can increase the risk of mental illness, low educational attainment and early death. Data collected from more than a million people born in ...
 Journal of Family Health Care4 days ago Healthy diet helps boost reading skills day ago Healthy Eating Habits for Multiple Sclerosis  EverydayHealth.com4 days ago Healthy diets boosts kids' reading skills  IAfrica.com1 week ago
Digital Journal

A protein in mosquito spit can keep Dengue virus in check

Source : PLOS Mosquito saliva influences transmission of viruses to a bitten mammalian host. For example, it contains factors that dampen the host immune response and so facilitate infection. A study published in PLOS NTDs reports on a saliva ...
 Biocompare4 days ago Mosquito spit may limit Dengue virus transmission  Digital Journal1 day ago Mosquito Saliva Found Effective At Keeping Dengue Virus At Bay  Tech Times4 days ago Protein In Mosquito Spit Can Keep Dengue Virus In Check  Eurasia Review5 days ago

Gene linked to asthma in children with early life viral respiratory illness

A study published in PLOS ONE found that children who contracted bronchiolitis in the first two years of life and had a common variation of the Plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 gene were 17 times more likely to develop asthma, according to a recent ...
 Healio2 days ago

Study finds that cardioprotective drugs reduce severity of heart attacks

Study results published in PLOS One suggest that drugs prescribed to prevent heart attacks are also associated with reduced heart attack severity. "Cardioprotective medications…are prescribed to patients who have high risk of a heart attack ...
 FirstWord Pharma6 days ago The drug that cut your risk of dying from heart attack by half!  Vanguard2 days ago Benefits of cardioprotective drugs might extend over preventing strident coronary syndromes  HealthMediciNet.com1 week ago Medication to prevent heart attacks linked with reduced heart attack severity  Alpha Galileo1 week ago

Progesterone Promotes Healing In The Lung After A Bout Of flu

Source: PLOS Over 100 million women are on hormonal contraceptives. All of them contain some form of progesterone, either alone or in combination with estrogen. A study published in PLOS Pathogens reports that treatment with progesterone protects ...
 NEWS-Line for Physician Assistants4 days ago Progesterone treatment protects female mice against consequences of influenza infection  News-Medical.Net4 days ago Study Shows Progesterone Promotes Healing in the Lung After a Bout of Flu  Scicasts3 days ago Contraceptive Pill Could Help Recovery From Flu  IFLScience1 week ago
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