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5/16/17

Some college students who don't have ADHD turn to Ritalin as a study aid. New research clarifies the long-term threats of this trend.

5/12/17

'Walk a mile in their shoes' is common advice to foster empathy. But a new study says there's a better path—one that's better for your health.

5/9/17

While birch trees are important for wood products globally, the tree's genome has received relatively little research. A new study aims to correct that.

5/8/17

New research suggests why we stay loyal to characters who do terrible things, such as Walter White in "Breaking Bad."

5/5/17

Scientists have re-created the tremors that characterize Parkinson's disease in a petri dish. The work offers a new way to test treatments for the disease.

5/1/17

More money-minded, more problems? A new study finds tying your self-esteem to how much money you have is a recipe for misery.

4/27/17

Customizing our political news on sites like Twitter and Facebook may keep us in a 'filter bubble'—and hurt democracy at the same time.

4/27/17

The question of strongly nonlinear systems reaching full equilibrium has remained a mystery. Now, physicists have made a discovery.

4/25/17

Common hearing tests may not detect subtle kinds of hearing loss, particularly those that make hearing in noisy rooms or loud crowds difficult.

4/25/17

Postmenopausal women at the highest genetic risk for fractures gain the most from hormone therapy, a study of nearly 10,000 women shows.

9/22/16

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