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W-18, The High Potency Research Chemical Making News: What It Is And What It Isn't

A 1980s-era research chemical (RC) from Canadian academics is already outlawed in Sweden and has been showing up in illicit drug seizures in North America. Some are overinterpreting the paucity of scientific information on the drug.

Asthma-related Twitter posts can predict rise in hospital visits

New research suggests that to predict -- and possibly prevent -- severe asthma attacks in a community, physicians can look for clues in social media.

How Outcome Switching is Corrupting Medical Research

According to two new studies, outcome switching in clinical trials is widespread and corrupting medicine.

Simon Peyton Jones elected into the Royal Society Fellowship

Simon Peyton Jones has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society. The Royal Society biography reads: Simon's main research interest is in functional programming languages, their implementation, and their application. He was a key...Show More Summary

Chez Scheme now open-source

Kent Dybvig (Cadence Research, Cisco Systems) has released the commercial scheme compiler Chez Scheme ( as open source on GitHub. Chez Scheme is a native code generating optimizing compiler for R6RS focusing on performance and productivity. Show More Summary

UK Scientists Think Vaping Has 'Huge Potential'

A new UK report concludes that e-cigarettes are a blessing rather than a curse, arguing that the potential health benefits greatly outweigh the risks. After taking a look at the growing body of scientific evidence, researchers at the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) have concluded that e-cigarettes aren’t quite the devil’s tool that many are making it out to be. More »      

New signaling mechanism implicated in congenital aortic valve disease

A research team has demonstrated the essential role of genes encoding components of the NOTCH signaling pathway in the development of the heart valves, a new report outlines.

You don’t know if that’s beef: The animals mixed into your meat might shock — and disgust — you

Meat substitution scandals are becoming more common: When researchers test meats, they often find unexpected things

Five Ways Baby Boomers In Business Should Mend Their Ways

Hey, Millennials in the business community: Here are Five Ways to Spot a Baby Boomer, which could also serve as Five Ways Baby Boomers In Business Should Mend Their Ways, my take on a recent presentation by author and researcher Jason Dorsey, at the American Financial Services Association Vehicle Finance [...]

Parents' presence at bedside found to decrease neonatal abstinence syndrome severity

New research suggests a key to easing the opioid withdrawal symptoms of neonatal abstinence syndrome is to ensure parents can spend plenty of time at the baby's bedside during treatment. NAS is an increasingly common condition infants...Show More Summary

Why Full-Fat Dairy May Reduce Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Time recently reported on some recent research that shows we may reduce our type 2 diabetes risk by indulging in full-fat dairy versus low-fat dairy Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian and team studied blood samples of 3,333 adults participating in the Nurses’ Health Study of Professionals Follow-up Study derived over approximately 15 years. The study found that the […]

Concerns raised with products marketed as 'first finger foods'

New research found many products marketed as 'first finger foods' for babies failed to meet American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations that they be small, soft and easy to swallow.

Teen tobacco users commonly report light smoking

New research reveals new details about teen smoking. Most young smokers report that they don't light up every day, and many smoke only a few cigarettes on the days they do smoke. These teens are less likely to identify as smokers, even as they face health risks comparable to heavier tobacco use.

Aerial spraying to combat mosquitoes linked to increased risk of autism in children

New research suggests that the use of airplanes to spray anti-mosquito pesticides may increase the risk of autism spectrum disorder and developmental delays among children.

Alcohol brand placement on TV linked with teens' brand preferences and drinking behaviors

While tobacco companies have not been allowed to buy product placement in television shows since 2000, alcohol brands continue to self-regulate their marketing in media. But new research shows how strongly alcohol brand placement relates to the drinking behavior of underage youth suggests more regulation may be needed.

Percentage of US children who have chronic health conditions on the rise

The percentage of children with chronic health conditions is on the rise, and new research shows this is especially true among children who live in or near poverty.

Children of gay fathers are well adjusted

Compared to a national sample of heterosexual parents, gay fathers report similar parenting behavior and measures of wellbeing in their children, according to new research.

Stress and depression is linked to HPV-related health problems

New research suggests that stress and depression play a significant role in whether a woman with human papillomavirus (HPV) can get rid of her infection or not. HPV that lingers in a woman's system eventually can lead to cervical cancer.

Atlas of Human Malformation Syndromes in Diverse Populations created

NHGRI researchers have collaborated with physicians and medical geneticists around the world to create the first Atlas of Human Malformation Syndromes in Diverse Populations. Health care providers can use the new atlas to diagnose diverse...Show More Summary

UK's 'Remain' camp gains ground in EU poll: Opinium

LONDON (Reuters) - The number of British people who want to stay in the European Union has risen over the past four weeks, an online poll by market research company Opinium Research for the Observer newspaper showed on Saturday.

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