Science Daily

Monday the 5th of December 2011

Whitefly, tomato growers find truce in new Texas variety - 21:11

More young people are becoming nurses; Trend may help ease future nursing shortage in U.S. - 20:21

Past abuse leads to loss of gray matter in brains of adolescents - 20:21

Young women may reduce heart disease risk eating fish with omega 3 fatty acids, study finds - 20:21

Physical fitness trumps body weight in reducing death risks, study finds - 20:21

Childhood maltreatment associated with cerebral gray matter reductions in adolescents - 20:21

State policies mandating physical education and recess associated with increase in overall in-school physical activity among children - 20:21

Post-partum psychiatric episodes associated with increased risk of developing bipolar affective disorder, study finds - 20:21

Trends in quality of care and health care spending for depression examined in new study - 20:20

Prevalence of conduct disorder among families of Mexican migrants in the U.S. examined in new study - 20:20

American Society of Clinical Oncology issues annual report on progress against cancer - 20:20

Researchers evaluate rice as a source of fetal arsenic exposure - 20:20

Lessons learned from yeast about human leukemia: The power of basic model organisms in human health - 20:20

Infectious fungus, thought to be asexual, isn't - 20:20

Neurotransmitter dopamine might improve the treatment of cancer, new study suggests - 20:20

Kids born just a few weeks early at risk of behavioral problems, study suggests - 20:20

Acupuncture may ease severe nerve pain associated with cancer treatment, study suggests - 20:20

Factors associated with discrimination in specialty care access for children with public insurance examined in new study - 20:20

Defensive measures: Toward a vaccine for Ebola - 19:51

Dust storms affect subsequent emergency hospital admissions, study finds - 19:51

Headaches after traumatic brain injury highest in adolescents and girls, study finds - 19:50

Chemists become molecular sculptors, synthesizing tiny, molecular traps - 19:50

'Label-free' imaging tool tracks nanotubes in cells, blood for biomedical research - 19:50

Where is the accurate memory? The eyes have it - 19:50

Ancient dry spells offer clues about the future of drought - 19:50

NASA sees birth of first Southern Indian Ocean season tropical storm - 19:50

Can companies, political groups or organizations have a single mind? - 19:50

'Double tsunami' doubled Japan destruction - 19:50

Global winds could explain record rains, tornadoes - 18:20

Marine predators in trouble - 18:20

Autism may involve disordered white matter in the brain - 17:22

When the heat's on, fish can cope - 15:30

Preoperative aspirin therapy can benefit cardiac surgery patients, study finds - 15:30

NASA's Kepler confirms its first planet in habitable zone outside our solar system - 15:30

NASA's Voyager hits new region at solar system edge - 15:30

How muscle fatigue originates in the head - 11:30

First molybdenite microchip - 11:30

Orion continues to make a splash - 11:30

Homegrown designs sprout for NASA's Commercial Crew Program - 11:30

Astronomers find fastest rotating star - 11:30

Snakebite victims absent in health system as most consult traditional healers, research finds - 11:30

Sunday the 4th of December 2011

Global carbon emissions reach record 10 billion tons, threatening 2 degree target - 20:30

New ADHD gene study points to defects in brain signaling pathways - 20:30

Mechanisms cells use to remove bits of RNA from DNA strands - 20:30

Saturday the 3rd of December 2011

Cell surface mutation protects against common type of malaria - 12:31

Tumor-targeting compound points the way to new personalized cancer treatments - 12:30

Innovative approaches help sleep apnea sufferers benefit from CPAP - 12:30

Like humans, the paper wasp has a special talent for learning faces - 11:31

In the dragonfish's mouth: The next generation of superstars to stir up our galaxy - 11:31

Where Antarctic predatory seabirds overwinter - 11:31