Science Daily

Wednesday the 4th of May 2016

Newborn screening test developed for rare, deadly neurological disorder - 18:50

Dengue fever's economic 'bite' estimated by investigators - 18:50

Women ratchet themselves up the social ladder, one high heel at a time - 18:50

Biological 'good guy' has a dark side, researchers find - 18:50

Newborn screening for cystic fibrosis - 18:20

Not so safe: Security software can put computers at risk - 17:20

Antiviral therapies give hepatitis C cirrhosis patients similar life expectancy as general population - 16:21

Phoney protection for passwords: Honeywords provide additional password security - 16:20

Long-term monitoring reveals effects of sea star wasting along Oregon coast - 16:20

New method allows first look at key stage of human development, embryo implantation - 15:21

Robots outperform expert surgeons on open bowel surgery in pigs - 15:21

The contented shall inherit the Earth: The glum? Not so much - 15:21

Children in developing world infected with parasite -- even without appearing ill -- may be more prone to stunted growth - 15:21

Comparative analysis reveals use patterns of deeper Caribbean coral reefs by shark species - 15:20

Engineers create a better way to boil water, with industrial, electronics applications - 15:20

Simple arm test accurately identifies markers of frailty in older adults facing surgery - 14:50

How migrants' traditional cuisines cost them calories - 14:50

How tree crickets tune into each other's songs - 14:50

New evidence connects dung beetle evolution to dinosaurs - 14:50

Use of personal care products during pregnancy linked to adverse effects in newborns - 14:21

Study shows pain causes older adults to develop more inflammation over time - 14:21

High-fructose diet during pregnancy may harm placenta, restrict fetal growth - 14:21

Venus flytrap exploits plant defenses in carnivorous lifestyle - 14:21

Inheritable bacterium controls Aedes mosquitoes' ability to transmit Zika - 14:21

Humans have faster metabolism than closely related primates, enabling larger brains - 14:21

Equilibrium modeling increases contact lens comfort - 14:21

'Bugs' as drugs: Harnessing novel gut bacteria for human health - 14:21

Ketamine lifts depression via a byproduct of its metabolism - 14:21

Parental roles matter in fostering relationships between children, stepgrandparents - 14:21

Scientists find root cause of appetite loss during illness - 14:21

Our brain uses statistics to calculate confidence, make decisions - 14:21

Star with different internal driving force than the sun - 13:51

Children with ADHD sleep both poorly and less - 13:21

Genetic test shows risk for serious adverse reaction to toxic goitre treatment - 13:21

Readability of online health information for patients with pancreatic cancer - 13:21

Holistic approach to mealtimes could help dementia sufferers - 13:21

Stocks overvalued longer and more often than previously thought, says study - 13:21

Researchers prove utility of imaging tool in surgeon's hand - 13:21

You could mistakenly believe you're allergic to this common antibiotic - 13:21

Squished cells could shape design of synthetic materials - 13:20

Yeast infection linked to mental illness - 12:51

Made better through science: Calcite tuned to be mollusk-tough - 12:51

Better bone replacement: 3-D printed bone with just the right mix of ingredients - 12:51

New method could offer more precise treatment for corneal disease - 12:21

Teledermatology linked to access to dermatologists for Medicaid enrollees in California - 12:21

As global temperatures rise, children must be central climate change debates - 12:21

Help is just a phone call away: Telephone CPR improves cardiac arrest outcomes - 12:21

Our brain suppresses perception related to heartbeat, for our own good - 12:21

Researchers develop 'designer' chemical separation membranes - 12:21

Human heart cells respond less to e-cig vapour than tobacco smoke - 12:21