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06/09/2018 / By David Williams

When it comes to managing one’s weight, it’s known that diet plays a huge role. After all, how big or

http://www.research.news/2018-06-09-the-timing-of-stress-responses-found-to-impact-conversion-of-fat-cells-stressing-over-weight-gain.html

06/08/2018 / By Zoey Sky

According to a study by ecologists from the University of California, Irvine (UCI), marine vegetation can help minimize ocean acidification. Based on

http://www.research.news/2018-06-08-conservation-of-shoreline-plants-and-seaweed-could-preserve-coral-and-shellfish-habitats.html

06/08/2018 / By David Williams

Would you mind living in a world where telepathy is normal? That’s pretty much where we’re headed, according to one

http://www.research.news/2018-06-08-neural-implants-can-create-a-new-breed-of-superhumans-capable-of-telepathy.html

06/08/2018 / By Janine Acero

Studies have shown that developing children gain more neurons in their brain’s amygdala – the region that regulates emotions and

http://www.research.news/2018-06-08-children-with-autism-appear-to-lose-neurons-related-to-social-and-emotional-behavior-as-they-age-study-finds.html

06/08/2018 / By Janine Acero

Music is known to help children with cognitive development, but one study published in Frontiers in Neuroscience found that structured music lessons

http://www.research.news/2018-06-08-a-musical-education-improves-academic-performance-across-the-board.html

06/08/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Have you ever “heard” silent flashes? You might have a condition similar to synesthesia, where you can perceive one sense differently.

http://www.research.news/2018-06-08-understanding-synaesthesia-why-some-people-hear-silent-flashes.html

06/08/2018 / By Edsel Cook

We all know vitamin D helps strengthen your bones and muscles. It’s also very good for your skin, which is

http://www.research.news/2018-06-08-vitamin-d-eases-psoriasis.html

06/08/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

There are plenty of heartbreaking stories about chemotherapy failing, but once in a while, that failure can actually have a

http://www.research.news/2018-06-08-new-experimental-cancer-cure-makes-chemotherapy-obsolete-and-barbaric.html

06/08/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Indiana and Korean researchers have found a way to fuse a far-red fluorescent protein into silk. When exposed to green

http://www.research.news/2018-06-08-silk-hybrid-material-can-attack-bacteria-when-illuminated-by-a-green-light.html

06/08/2018 / By Edsel Cook

In a few year’s time, you could be wearing an efficient solar cell on your clothes that is just as

http://www.research.news/2018-06-08-researchers-develop-organic-solar-cell-patches-that-are-so-thin-they-can-be-heat-printed-onto-shirts.html

06/08/2018 / By Zoey Sky

What do a doctor, a lawyer, and a teacher have in common? Aside from sounding like the start of a

http://www.research.news/2018-06-08-doctors-lawyers-and-teachers-more-likely-to-drink-alcohol-study.html

06/08/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Dog owners have long believed that their dogs can perfectly understand them. Animal behaviorists have backed them up on this

http://www.research.news/2018-06-08-be-fluent-in-dog-speech-animal-behaviorists-share-science-proven-ways-to-talk-to-your-dog.html

06/07/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Chronic kidney disease is now linked to outdoor air pollution — adding yet another item to the growing list of health

http://www.research.news/2018-06-07-effects-of-ambient-coarse-particulate-matter-nitrogen-dioxide-and-carbon-monoxide-on-kidney-disease.html

06/07/2018 / By Carol Anderson

It’s said that being in rural areas has enormous benefits to our physical health. We’ve also been told that growing up

http://www.research.news/2018-06-07-children-raised-in-rural-environments-and-surrounded-by-animals-develop-stronger-immune-systems.html