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Dancing dots show divided Congress

| MSNBC Layout selectors 04/24/15 Researchers published a data visualization in PLOS ONE that shows how Congress has become more polarized over time. We decided to animate it. ... more Duration: {{video.duration.momentjs}} ... MSNBC, 1 day ago

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Associations in Physical Activity, Diet Quality, and Weight

Archer E, Shook RP, Thomas DM, et al. 45-Year trends in women's use of time and household management energy expenditure. PLoS One . 2013;8(2):e56620. Bleich S, Cutler D, Murray C, Adams A. Why is the developed world obese? Annu Rev Public Health ...
 Diabetes Care1 day ago

Color of Light could be used to Manipulate Clock: Study

A research published in the journal PLOS is the first one to reveal about a neural mechanism with regard to how the internal clock measures the changes present during day and night. As per the research, the color of light could have significant ...
 Topnews.in3 days ago Telling the Time by Color  Lab Manager1 day ago Mice Tell Time by Color  ALNMag.com4 days ago Telling the Time by Colour  HealthNewsDigest.com4 days ago

Mosquito 'lured by body odour genes'

The likelihood of being bitten by mosquitoes could be down to genes that control our body odour, a preliminary study in Plos One suggests. Researchers tested pairs of identical and non-identical twins to see how attractive they were to mosquitoes.
 Austin American Statesman3 days ago Your genes may make you more attractive to mosquitoes  Daily Excelsior.com2 days ago Blame Mosquito Bites On The Genes Responsible For How You Smell  Medical Daily3 days ago
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Up to 40,000 people have undiagnosed type 2 diabetes, charity says

New findings published in the PLOS ONE journal are startling sas Diabetes Ireland People who are overweight and inactive are also more likely to develop type 2 diabetes. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire Dan Griffin Topics: News Health More Topics ...
 Irish Times1 week ago 24,000 may have undiagnosed diabetes...  Irish Health.com1 week ago

HIV can spread to brain in four months

The findings published in the journal PLoS Pathogens stress the importance of routine HIV testing to catch the infection as early as possible to allow the prompt initiation. antiretroviral therapy. NEW YORK: In the absence of antiretroviral therapy, the human ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago Study: HIV Can Replicate in Brains as Early as Four Months  Gay.com4 days ago

Nodality Publishes Study Results Confirming the Company's Diagnostic Can Predict Induction Therapy Response in Elderly Patients with Acute Myeloid Leukemia

- Results Appearing Online in PLOS ONE - Nodality, Inc., today announced publication of data in the journal PLOS ONE detailing the clinical validation of the Company's Single Cell Network Profiling (SCNP)-based ...
 Morningstar.com4 days ago

Stem cells behave as people in a society

individual decisions, says a new study. The research published in the scientific journal PLOS Biology could eventually lead to a better control over the production of insulin-producing endocrine cells for diabetes therapy, the researchers noted. For the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Novel role of DNA in neutrophil extracellular traps

Neutrophil extracellular traps (NETs) have been shown to play a crucial role in health and disease. In a recent paper in PLoS Pathogens, Halverson et al. demonstrate that the DNA backbone of NETs contributes to its antibacterial activity and serves ...
 American Journal of Human Genetics1 day ago

Rise in pertussis cases is due to switch to acellular vaccine

0 Flares 0 Flares × FROM PLOS COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY A marked rise in pertussis cases in recent years is a result of the accumulated effects of switching from whole-cell to acellular pertussis vaccine in the 1990s, and not declining ...
 PM 3602 days ago Pertussis rise blamed on vaccine days ago
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