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Oceans laden with 269,000 tons of plastic: Study
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269,000 tonnes of plastic polluting our oceans, says study

A new study, published in the open access journal, Plos One, has found that nearly 269,000 tonnes of plastic pollution may be floating in the world's oceans.  Microplastic pollution is found in varying concentrations throughout the oceans, but estimates of the global abundance and weight of floating plastics, both micro and macroplastic, lack sufficient data to support them.  To better estimate the total number of plastic particles and their weight floating in the world's oceans, ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Oceans laden with 269,000 tons of plastic: study Business Standard, 1 month ago
Fate of ocean plastic remains a mystery Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago

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Cold is contagious: A shivering person can make you feel cold

Live News #Cold wave #PLOS ONE #shivering IANS | Thu Jan 15, 2015 | 08:53 IST # Not just yawning, but cold too is contagious, find British researchers. A shivering person can make you feel cold, they add. ...
 IBNLive India News1 week ago The Feeling Of Cold Is Contagious -- New Study  International Business Times Australia1 day ago The Cold Contagion  Open4 days ago Watching Somebody Get Cold Can Actually Make You Colder  MSNBC Newsweek6 days ago
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Medical News Today

Research suggests possible HIV risk with birth control shot

A new study published in PLOS Medicine suggests that one form of injectable hormonal contraception is associated with an increased risk of women becoming infected with HIV. The study marks the latest contribution to the ongoing debate surrounding ...
 Medical News Today1 day ago Risk of HIV infection in studies of African women using hormonal contraceptives  EurekAlert!5 days ago
Ventures Africa

EBOLA: DOCTORS FROM LIBERIA TO HELP BROTHERS

The Ebola epidemic may not end by June, as suggested by the Plos Biology, but the nation is making progress in the fight against the virus, to the point of assisting nearby Sierra Leone, where the situation is more critical. A group of 20 aid ...
 Misna1 week ago Pregnancy Infections, Impaired Vaccine Response in Offspring  Diabetes Care4 days ago Computer model offers clues for reward based behaviours  Laboratory News4 days ago Congress Should Fix FDA Neglected Disease Drug Voucher Program's Flaws  Kaiser Network.org6 days ago
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Transmission Dynamics and Control of Ebola Virus Disease

Citation: Chowell G, Nishiura H (2015) Characterizing the . PLoS Biol 13(1): e1002057. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002057 Published: January 21, 2015 This is an open-access article, free of all copyright, and may be freely ...
 PLoS Biology5 days ago The Network of Global Corporate Control  OpEdNews.com1 week ago
BioPrepWatch

New study reveals crippling financial burden of leprosy

The study is published in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. Analysis of the questionnaire findings show that indirect costs such as loss of earnings, reduction in productivity and recruitment of extra labour accounted for the majority ( 65% ) of ...
 Web Newswire6 days ago Study urges consideration of Lassa super spreaders  BioPrepWatch1 week ago Study reveals crippling financial burden faced by leprosy-affected  Indian Express1 week ago Food Insecurity and Chronic Child Malnourishment Plaguing Maasai of Tanzania  Med India2 months ago
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Jagran Post

How strong do you think you are? British studies shine light on how strength changes across life

This latest research, which combined information from 12 British studies and is published in PLOS ONE , included grip strength readings from 49,964 participants aged from four years old to 90 and above, and combined them to produce reference charts.
 University of Southampton1 week ago How our grip strength changes as we age  Jagran Post1 month ago
Tech Times

Study finds experience of pain relies on multiple brain pathways, not just one

The findings, published in the journal PLOS Biology this month, show that the processing of pain in our brains goes beyond the mere physical pain signal and underscore a growing understanding among neuroscientists that there is not a single pain ...
 Web Newswire2 weeks ago Multiple brain pathways affect the experience of pain  Medical News Today1 week ago Pain Depends on More Than One Brain Pathway: Study  Tech Times2 weeks ago Experience of pain relies on multiple brain pathways, not just one  Science Daily1 week ago
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Health Canal

New strains of parasites identified

Research on whipworms has implications for human health and animal conservation Ghai's research, published recently in PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, was done in the rainforest of Kibale National Park in southwestern Uganda, which has one of ...
 Health Canal2 weeks ago

People may consume more calories JanuaryMarch

January 12, 2015 A study published in PLOS ONE shows that despite people's best intentions to eat less in the New Year, they may actually be taking in more calories during the first three months of the year. The researchers recruited 207 ...
 Institute of Food Technologists2 weeks ago
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