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Men with bladder exstrophy report robust sex lives, but women fare worse, Hopkins study shows
Adult men born with a severe urological anomaly in which the bladder forms outside of the abdomen report much more robust sexual lives than women born with the same condition, according to a small study led by urologists at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center. View News Article (2007-10-29)

Extinct Ancient Ape Did Not Walk Like a Human, Study Shows
According to a new study, led by University of Texas at Austin anthropologists Gabrielle A. Russo and Liza Shapiro, the 9- to 7-million-year-old ape from Italy did not, in fact, walk habitually on two legs. View News Article (2013-07-26)

Bat researchers no longer flying blind on echolocation
Researchers at The University of Western Ontario (Western) led an international and multi-disciplinary study that sheds new light on the way that bats echolocate. View News Article (2010-01-25)

Study Amplifies Understanding of Hearing in Baleen Whales
For decades, scientists have known that dolphins and other toothed whales have specialized fats associated with their jaws, which efficiently convey sound waves from the ocean to their ears. View News Article (2012-04-18)

Clinical value of ginsenoside Rb1 against neuronal damage following cerebral ischemia
Activated microglia-mediated inflammation promotes neuronal damage under cerebral hypoxic-ischemic conditions, so it is likely that inhibiting hypoxia-induced activation of microglia will alleviate neuronal damage. View News Article (2014-04-04)

Reasons behind an increase in female genital cosmetic surgery in Australia and the UK
Publicly funded labiaplasties in Australia and the United Kingdom have more than doubled over the last decade, leading experts will say tomorrow at the RCOG/RANZCOG World Congress in Brisbane, Australia. View News Article (2015-04-14)

Radiologists play key role in successful bariatric procedures
With the increase of obesity in the last 50 years, bariatric surgeries are becoming a common solution for tackling this epidemic. A new exhibit shows how radiologists play a key role in ensuring the success of these procedures.  View News Article (2012-04-30)

Discovery of unique muscle fibers of upper airway in humans
Researchers at UmeĆ„ University in Sweden have discovered unique muscle fibers in the soft palate of the mouth in both infants and adults. The fibers seem to be present in greater number in snorers and sleep apnea patients.  View News Article (2015-12-08)

New research reveals how human ancestor walked, chewed, and moved
A team of scientists has pieced together how the hominid Australopithecus sediba (Au. sediba) walked, chewed, and moved nearly two million years ago. View News Article (2013-04-12)

Antioxidants aren't always good for you and can impair muscle function, study shows
Antioxidants increasingly have been praised for their benefits against disease and aging, but recent studies at Kansas State University show that they also can cause harm. View News Article (2010-01-27)

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