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3/16/17

A new tool called ErgoPART that spots poor posture is designed to make surgery safer for both patients and doctors. Here's how it works.

3/7/17

Advice for parents of children with high lead levels includes a diet rich in calcium, iron, and vitamin C. But is there enough evidence it works?

3/2/17

"Our proposal is, maybe scales were designed as a way to accommodate how out of tune, how variable singers are," says Peter Pfordresher.

2/28/17

A study of skin cells from four adults with schizophrenia suggests the condition got its start before they were born.

2/28/17

Engineers are programming cheap drones to quickly map an oil spill. The work is inspired by nature and guided by the math of swarms.

2/23/17

Engineers used supercomputing to model the complex physics of blood flow to an aneurysm. Their findings could lead to better treatments.

2/21/17

"At best, [diversity training] can engage and retain women and people of color in the workplace, but at worst, it can backfire and reinforce stereotypes."

2/14/17

People who didn't finish high school are 370% more likely to have severe chronic pain than those with graduate degrees.

2/13/17

"The empirical evidence in this study and other related research shows little support for the notion that more immigrants lead to more crime."

2/1/17

Babies born with low blood sugar are often separated from their moms for treatment. A little dextrose gel in the cheek might keep them together.

9/22/16

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