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8/17/17

Magnetism let scientists control the bodily movements of mice via the brain. Their work could benefit the treatment of neurological diseases.

8/8/17

"Right now, the decision to sanitize violent content isn't based on scientific evidence." New research aims to clarify the guidelines.

8/6/17

Short bursts of intense exercise are not only safe for older people, they may even help reverse frailty.

8/1/17

For postmenopausal women, a history of gum disease may be tied to an increased risk of getting cancer.

7/31/17

The sensors that detect doping in athletics, bomb-making chemicals, or traces of drugs may get a boost from a new device.

7/23/17

Differences in modern saliva genes suggest a "ghost" species of ancient humans interbred with others—and that it may not have been unusual.

7/21/17

This treatment for osteoporosis may also protect postmenopausal women from gum disease, research shows.

7/20/17

A new discovery could change the way surgeons operate on meniscus tears in knees.

7/20/17

This surprisingly simple maneuver could raise the blood pressure of bleeding trauma victims.

7/18/17

Children's placemats at restaurants—usually filled with games and local business ads—could help kids make healthier food choices, say researchers.

9/22/16

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