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Study: Vomit can release virus into the air
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Study: Vomit can release virus into the air

In an article published Wednesday in PLOS ONE, researchers at North Carolina State University and Wake Forest University report the first direct evidence that vomiting can create airborne virus particles that can infect people who breathe them in. ... News.am, 6 days ago
Vomit Machine Models Cruise-Ship Virus Spread Scientific American, 1 week ago
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Are shorter women more likely to deliver prematurely?

iStock The shorter you are, the shorter your pregnancy? That's the word from a new study published in PLoS Medicine that finds that s horter women may be associated withagreater risk for preterm birth. Researcherswith the March of Dimes ...
 UnitedHealthcare1 week ago Shorter women likely to have smaller babies, preterm births  Latinos Health1 week ago Shorter Women More Prone To Premature Births Says Study  Tech Times1 week ago Do shorter women have shorter pregnancies?  Yahoo! 7 Lifestyle1 week ago
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Horses Smile And Pout Just Like Humans, Study Says

Horses can smile and pout just like humans, a new study shows. The study, published in the journal PLOS ONE, saw researchers create a full map of a horse face using a technique called the Facial Action Coding Systems (FACS), a tool for objectively ...
 RTTNews.com3 weeks ago
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Canada in Science - August 28, 2015

Welcome to your Canada in Science Review for August 28th, 2015! PLoS Med. 2015 Aug 25;12(8):e1001866. Vitamin D and Risk of Multiple Sclerosis: A Mendelian Randomization Study. J Cell Biol. 2015 Aug 24. pii: jcb.201501076. ...
 Proactive Investors USA23 hours ago Canada in Science - August 14, 2015  Proactive Investors USA2 weeks ago
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Morning Break: Pregnant Docs, PLOS Screwup, Amateur D&E

Pregnant docs in the OR should consider these five risks , reports an expecting mom who reviewed the research. Triphallia? A boy in India born with three penises and no anus underwent corrective surgery, reports Naij.com. Here's what happens ...
 MedPage Today2 days ago
Science World Report

Calcium and Vitamin D Supplements Led to High Levels of Blood and Urine Calcium in Some Older Women

New findings published in the journal PLOS Medicine link low levels of vitamin D to an increased risk of
 Science World Report2 days ago Genes That Cause Low Vitamin-D Levels May Be Linked To MS  Tech Times3 days ago Low vitamin-D genes linked to MS  BBC3 days ago Vitamin D deficiency linked to MS risk  McGill University3 days ago
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One dose or 2? Cholera vaccination strategies

A new modeling study appearing this week in PLOS Medicine supports consideration of vaccination campaigns using a single dose of cholera vaccine versus campaigns using the recommended two doses given two weeks apart. Justin Lessler and colleagues, ...
 Medical News Today3 days ago Single Cholera Vaccine Dose May Slow Cholera Epidemics  VOA News2 days ago
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Study: Why you never seem to know what day of the week it is

Categories: Breaking business news Tags: days of the week Friday Monday mood PLOS One psychology Saturday sunday Thursday tuesday Uncategorized University of Lincoln University of York Wednesday Do you find yourself forgetting which day it is ...
 Global Advisors4 days ago Study: Here is Why You Never Know What Day It Is  Government Executive4 days ago Why Your Brain Keeps Forgetting What Day It Is  Softpedia1 week ago
American Council On Science & Health

Another PLOS Controversy Ends - But The Bigger Problem Remains

In February, a blogger at journal publisher Public Library of Science ( PLOS), issued arandom, unsubstantiated smear against the organization I now run she claimed, bizarrely, that we lost ourcredibility decades ago by beingshills for Big Tobacco .
 American Council On Science & Health4 days ago
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Exercise In Older Adults Helps Improve Brain Health

New findings published in the journal PLOS ONE reveal that fitness can help improve cognitive flexibility in
 Science World Report4 days ago Exercise may Help Prevent or Delay the Onset of Alzheimer's in Older Adults  Med India1 month ago
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