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Majority of physicians have favorite patients, study finds
Physicians like the majority of their patients, but a majority like some more than others, a study led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health finds. (2016-07-20)
Shouldering family demands and worries bumps up angina risk
Shouldering family demands and worries seems to increase the risk of angina, the precursor to coronary artery disease, reveals research published online in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. (2010-12-22)
For infection-fighting cells, a guideline for expanding the troops
A new study from Princeton researchers uses mathematical modeling to explain how T cells, part of the body's key defenses against pathogens, expand to fight a new infection. (2019-03-11)
Trustworthy mating advice deepens bond between straight women and gay men
A new psychology study suggests the glue that cements these unique relationships is honest, unbiased relationship advice. (2013-02-20)
New study reveals that some over reported stress after 2016 election to support political party
In a new study, researchers found that many Democrats may have over reported mental stress after the 2016 election. (2019-05-16)
First-born in family more likely to be nearsighted; priority of education may be factor
First-born individuals in a sample of adults in the United Kingdom were more likely to be nearsighted than later-born individuals in a family, and the association was larger before adjusting for educational exposure, suggesting that reduced parental investment in the education of children with later birth orders may be partly responsible, according to a study published online by JAMA Ophthalmology. (2015-10-08)
First Evidence Found Of Link Between Gum Disease And High Alcohol Consumption, Low Dietary Antioxidants
Oral biologists from the University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine have shown for the first time that heavy alcohol consumption or a diet low in antioxidant vitamins can increase the risk of developing gum disease. (1999-03-13)
Caring emotions may overcome drug addictions in new parent therapy program
Mothers who focus on improving the emotional quality of their relationships with children may also be lessening their preoccupation with drugs. (2006-03-23)
Thickness of grey matter predicts ability to recognize faces and objects
The thickness of the cortex in a region of the brain that specializes in facial recognition can predict an individual's ability to recognize faces and other objects. (2015-11-09)
OU and Nanowave Technologies enter into research agreement
The University of Oklahoma and Nanowave Technologies Inc. have entered into a research agreement that builds on an existing relationship with the Advanced Radar Research Center, located within the state-of-the-art Radar Innovations Laboratory on the University Research Campus. (2015-04-23)
Ongoing relationship with care provider key for patients with a chronic condition: UBC study
People with a chronic condition such as diabetes or arthritis may find themselves taking on a more active role in maintaining or improving their own health if there is an ongoing relationship with a primary health care provider, according to University of British Columbia research. (2011-04-29)
Preliminary study by K-State professor finds war can be hard on relationships of military couples
Serving in combat can affect the relationship satisfaction of military couples, according to preliminary results of a study by a Kansas State University professor. (2005-08-31)
Love is a many-faceted thing
Regular churchgoers, married people or those who enjoy harmonious social ties are most satisfied with their love life. (2014-04-09)
Sleep Apnea Is A Risk Factor For Hypertension
Chronic high blood pressure can be linked to sleep apnea, researchers at the University of Wisconsin Medical School have found. (1997-08-13)
Children's sleep and mental health are related
A comprehensive survey of nearly 1,000 toddlers that shows that serious sleep disorders in young children can have long-term consequences. (2015-05-06)
Bee smart, bee healthy
Bumblebee colonies which are fast learners are also better able to fight off infection, according to scientists from Queen Mary, University of London and the University of Leicester. (2008-10-30)
Patients with multiple sclerosis and fatigue may have abnormal sleep cycles
Fatigue in patients with multiple sclerosis may be related to abnormal or disrupted sleep cycles, according to an article in the April issue of the Archives of Neurology, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. (2004-04-19)
Implementation science looks to eHealth technology to enhance doctor-patient relationship
Rehabilitation medicine, with its long history of use of technology, is a model for positive ways to incorporate technology to enhance the doctor-physician relationship across the spectrum of medical care specialties. (2016-11-18)
Half-a-billion-year-old weird wonder worm finally gets its place in the tree of life
Paleobiologists from the University of Bristol have shed new light on a jaw-snapping species of prehistoric worm using half-a-billion-year-old fossils kept at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. (2019-02-21)
Ecotourism, natural resource conservation proposed as allies to protect natural landscapes
If environmentalists want to protect fragile ecosytems from landing in the hands of developers -- in the US and around the globe -- they should team up with ecotourists, according to a University of Georgia study published in the Journal of Ecotourism. (2016-01-26)
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