Science Daily

Tuesday th 27th of November 2018

Genetic factor that can help or hurt risk for heart disease - 18:50

Beware of evening stress - 18:50

New clinical practice guidelines for venous thromboembolism - 18:50

Botulinum toxin shows promise in trials to reduce post-operative atrial fibrillation (POAF) in cardiac surgery patients - 18:50

Keep it complex: Study shows that previous research oversimplified Schizophrenia symptoms - 18:50

New methods help identify what drives sensitive or socially unacceptable behaviors - 18:50

Sugars and microbiome in mother's milk influence neonatal rotavirus infection - 18:50

Advanced imaging technology measures magnetite levels in the living brain - 18:50

An understudied form of child abuse and 'intimate terrorism': Parental alienation - 18:50

How changing labs revealed a chemical reaction key to cataract formation - 18:50

Reliance on 'YouTube medicine' may be dangerous for those concerned about prostate cancer - 18:20

How a small molecule promotes removal of excess cholesterol - 18:20

Waterhemp's metabolic resistance to topramezone - 18:20

DNA with a twist: Discovery could further antibiotic drug development - 18:20

Music supports the auditory skills of hearing-impaired children - 18:20

AI system may accelerate search for cancer discoveries - 18:20

Threatened tropical coral reefs form complex, ancient associations with bacteria - 18:20

Putting hybrid-electric aircraft performance to the test - 18:20

Computers successfully trained to identify animals in photos - 18:20

Photonic radiation sensors survive huge doses undamaged - 18:20

The tragedy of the commons -- minus the tragedy - 16:20

Discovery opens new opportunities to slow or reverse multiple sclerosis - 16:20

Microplastics pollution in Falklands as high as UK - 15:30

NASA Hears MarCO CubeSats Loud and Clear from Mars - 15:30

Discovery of the first common genetic risk factors for ADHD - 14:10

Largest study of CRISPR-Cas9 mutations creates prediction tool for gene editing - 14:10

Mapping of cells in the early human placenta may shed light on problem pregnancies - 14:10

Oxygen could have been available to life as early as 3.5 billion years ago - 14:10

Solving a 75-year-old mystery might provide a new source of farm fertilizer - 14:10

Researchers restore breathing, partial forelimb function in rats with spinal cord injuries - 14:10

New method for studying gene expression could improve understanding of brain disease - 14:10

First calf born following IVF embryo breakthrough - 14:10

Parents: To prepare kids financially, give them practice with money - 12:50

First ancient DNA from mainland Finland reveals origins of Siberian ancestry in region - 12:50

Is your office messy? If so, you may be seen as uncaring, neurotic - 12:50

Newfound mechanism may yield ways to counter mistaken immune attack on body - 12:20

On the trail of rare genetic disease, scientists uncover key immune regulator - 12:20

Phase 3 trial shows lanadelumab to be effective in reducing hereditary angioedema attacks - 12:20

Single-cell asymmetries control how groups of cells form 3D shapes together - 12:20

Stigma impairs cognition in men living with HIV - 12:20

Why small size matters: Tiny mitochondria stimulate brain cell connections - 12:20

Prehistoric cave art suggests ancient use of complex astronomy - 12:20

How antibiotics help spread resistance - 12:20

How water fleas detect predators - 12:20

Newly discovered deep-sea microbes gobble greenhouse gases and perhaps oil spills, too - 11:50

Scientists decode mechanism of remembering -- and forgetting -- in fruit flies - 11:50

How plastic waste moves in the environment - 11:50

Why screen time can disrupt sleep - 11:50

Biologists discover an unusual hallmark of aging in neurons - 11:50

Blood-sucking flies have been spreading malaria for 100 million years - 11:50