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Promising Clinical Data from Pilot Study of Gelesis’ Novel Hydrogel GS500 Prototype for the Potential Treatment of Chronic Constipation Presented at Digestive Disease Week by Researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hosp

promising clinical data from pilot study of gelesis’ novel hydrogel gs500 prototype for the potential treatment of chronic constipation presented at digestive disease week by researchers from massachusetts general hospital and brigham and women’s hosp
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Gelesis announced the presentation of data from a clinical study of GS500 for potential treatment of chronic constipation at Digestive Disease Week.
Business Wire - Published

Breaking up Facebook is just a step on the road to rehab for America's relationship with big companies

breaking up facebook is just a step on the road to rehab for america's relationship with big companies
· Facebook should be broken up because it's anti-competitive, and it uses its power to stay that way. · It should also be broken up because it's proof positive of an important idea that America..
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Researchers are studying the effects of cannabis on pregnancy [Video]Researchers are studying the effects of cannabis on pregnancy

According to Business Insider, researchers at the University of Washington are recruiting pregnant women to participate in a study designed to measure the effects marijuana use has on their future..

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Researchers Are Studying The Effects Of Cannabis On Pregnancy [Video]Researchers Are Studying The Effects Of Cannabis On Pregnancy

According to Business Insider, researchers at the University of Washington are recruiting pregnant women to participate in a study designed to measure the effects marijuana use has on their future..

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Researchers Trying to Determine Why Gray Whale Deaths Have Spiked Along West Coast [Video]Researchers Trying to Determine Why Gray Whale Deaths Have Spiked Along West Coast

A dead gray whale washed up on Terramar Beach in Carlsbad Thursday as deaths of the marine mammals have increased this year.

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414 Million Pieces of Plastic Found Washed Ashore on Australian Islands [Video]414 Million Pieces of Plastic Found Washed Ashore on Australian Islands

414 Million Pieces of Plastic Found Washed Ashore on Australian Islands A study published in the journal Scientific Reports found that the remote Cocos Islands are home to 238 tons of plastic waste...

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This ‘High-Heeled’ Dinosaur Walked on its Tiptoes [Video]This ‘High-Heeled’ Dinosaur Walked on its Tiptoes

University of Queensland researchers used fossil replicas and 3-D modeling to figure out how Rhoetosaurus brownei supported its weight while walking like a Barbie doll.

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How to prevent post-workout muscle pain [Video]How to prevent post-workout muscle pain

Delayed onset muscle soreness is the pain you feel after a new or more difficult workout. While it is typically not serious, it can put a dent in your exercise plan.

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New study shows antibiotic therapy slows Alzheimer's disease in mice [Video]New study shows antibiotic therapy slows Alzheimer's disease in mice

UPI reports that a recent study that looked at the effects of altering the development of a certain gut bacteria may lead to a new treatment and prevention measures for Alzheimer's Disease. In the..

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Stroke Rates Down More Than 50 Percent For Adults Over 55 [Video]Stroke Rates Down More Than 50 Percent For Adults Over 55

According to UPI, the number of strokes in the United States has fallen dramatically over the last 40 years. Researchers confirm that the sharpest decline in cerebral vascular events has been seen..

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New study detects Alzheimer's up to 30 years before symptoms appear [Video]New study detects Alzheimer's up to 30 years before symptoms appear

Researchers have identified a range of biomarkers that could determine if an individual develops Alzheimer's disease years in advance, according to a study published in the journal Frontiers in Aging..

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Scientists can detect Alzheimer's disease up to 30 years in advance [Video]Scientists can detect Alzheimer's disease up to 30 years in advance

BALTIMORE — Researchers have identified a range of biomarkers that could determine if an individual develops Alzheimer's disease years in advance, according to a study published in the journal..

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Climate change causes trees to grow faster in China, study finds [Video]Climate change causes trees to grow faster in China, study finds

Larch trees in northeastern China were found to have grown faster in the past 40 years as a result of climate change, according to a study published in the Journal of Geophysical Research.

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Trees in China are growing quicker because of climate change [Video]Trees in China are growing quicker because of climate change

CHINA —Larch trees in northeastern China were found to have grown faster in the past 40 years as a result of climate change, according to a study published in the Journal of Geophysical..

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Plastic bag found in deepest ever sub dive [Video]Plastic bag found in deepest ever sub dive

MARIANA TRENCH — An American undersea explorer found plastic garbage littering the ocean floor while breaking the record for deepest ever manned sea dive. According to CNN, Victor Vescovo dove..

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New Study Shows Antibiotic Therapy Slows Alzheimer's Disease In Mice [Video]New Study Shows Antibiotic Therapy Slows Alzheimer's Disease In Mice

UPI reports that a recent study that looked at the effects of altering the development of a certain gut bacteria may lead to a new treatment and prevention measures for Alzheimer's Disease. In the..

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Study Says Low Risk Breast Cancer Patients See Similar Survival Rates With Partial Radiation [Video]Study Says Low Risk Breast Cancer Patients See Similar Survival Rates With Partial Radiation

Researchers studied more than 4,200 breast cancer patients.

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New Research Says Wasps Can Use Deduction and Logic [Video]New Research Says Wasps Can Use Deduction and Logic

New Research Says Wasps Can Use Deduction and Logic The study can be found in 'Royal Society Biology Letters.' Tests were conducted at the University of Michigan. For the study, 40 wasps were put in..

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Minnesota’s 10th Annual Brain Tumor 5K Is Back! [Video]Minnesota’s 10th Annual Brain Tumor 5K Is Back!

This weekend you are invited to get some fresh air while helping researchers find a cure for brain cancer, Kim Johnson reports (3:20). WCCO 4 News At Noon – May 16, 2019

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New 3D Mapping Tool Is Opening Doors For Researchers [Video]New 3D Mapping Tool Is Opening Doors For Researchers

A new 3D mapping tool is helping researchers explore caves and other ancient geological sites. The technique is called videogrammetry, and it’s improving the speed that researchers can map out..

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Weed-Killer Roundup May Be Linked To Fatty Liver Disease In Humans [Video]Weed-Killer Roundup May Be Linked To Fatty Liver Disease In Humans

The journal Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology published a study that showed a possible link between glyphosate and fatty liver disease. After examining the urine of nearly 100 patients with..

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London-Based Charity Inject £80m To Fight Snake Bites Around The World [Video]London-Based Charity Inject £80m To Fight Snake Bites Around The World

Britain's Wellcome Trust global health charity is injecting £80 million into new research about treating snake bites, calling it a “hidden health crisis”. Snake bites kill 120,000 people a year..

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Three Things You Wrongly Believe About Sleep That Could Be Ruining Your Health [Video]Three Things You Wrongly Believe About Sleep That Could Be Ruining Your Health

A third of Brits suffer from sleep disorders and a quarter feel they do not get enough sleep. And according to a study conducted by researchers at NYU Langone Health School of Medicine, this could be..

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Researchers Reveal The Surprising Reason Why Some Women Aren't Faithful To Their Spouse [Video]Researchers Reveal The Surprising Reason Why Some Women Aren't Faithful To Their Spouse

When we talk about adultery, we tend to say ‘men are all the same.’ However it turns out women are doing exactly the same thing, and they have been for a while. But what are the reasons behind it?

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Chinese Researchers Have Discovered The Ultimate Method To Win Rock-Paper-Scissors Every Time [Video]Chinese Researchers Have Discovered The Ultimate Method To Win Rock-Paper-Scissors Every Time

Everybody has played the famous game of ‘rock-paper-scissors’ in order to resolve a conflict. The objective is very simple: to gain the upper hand over the opponent thanks to three combinations of..

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British doctors launch world’s first handbook for child blast injuries [Video]British doctors launch world’s first handbook for child blast injuries

A coalition of British doctors, researchers and charities has launched a life-saving handbook for children severely injured by explosive weapons. The Paediatric Blast Injury Field Manual – designed..

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Ancient Aliens: Alien Life in the Ocean [Video]Ancient Aliens: Alien Life in the Ocean

Deep in the ocean, researchers have found micro-meteorites from outer space that could be capable of carrying extraterrestrial life in this clip from Season 10, Episode 7, "Creatures of the Deep."

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Microsoft makes Google’s BERT NLP model better

microsoft makes google’s bert nlp model better
Microsoft AI researchers nowadays stated they’ve created a Multi-Job Deep Neural Community (MT-DNN) that comprises Google’s BERT AI to succeed in cutting-edge effects. The MT-DNN was once in a..
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Single-Payer Healthcare Is The Worst Kind Of Universal Healthcare – OpEd

By Ryan McMaken* In the United States, thanks largely to Bernie Sanders, the term “single-payer health care” has become more or less synonymous with the phrase “universal..
Eurasia Review - Published

Have you had enough?

have you had enough?
Like most of us who have ever battled the bulge, 42-year-old Lokhandwala resident Pooja Shah admits that the problem began with a big appetite. A meal of three rotis, sabji, dal and salad was the norm,..
Mid-Day - Published

Researchers withdraw study claiming comic Jon Stewart’s ‘Daily Show’ departure benefited Trump in 2016

Two university professors retracted a study last week which claimed comedian Jon Stewart’s departure from “The Daily Show” helped get President Trump elected.
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'Stepped' treatment reduces drinking in patients with HIV

People with HIV who drink too much were more likely to reduce drinking after undergoing an approach to care known as integrated stepped alcohol treatment, according to a new study. The finding supports..
Science Daily - Published

The gigantic Aussie dinosaur discovered to have walked in 'high-heels'

Queensland researchers have determined a massive Australian dinosaur likely walked in a set of natural "high-heels".
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Australian scientists have found a link between climate and language diversity

Language diversity is closely linked to a region's climate and food production, researchers have found.
SBS - Published

No-one knows true status of Adani finch

Researchers say there are gaping holes in what's known about a bird that has delayed Adani's contentious new coal mine in Queensland.
SBS - Published

Good relationships under the sea could hold key to coral bleaching

Researchers believe the relationship between algae and coral holds the key to preventing future bleaching events on the Great Barrier Reef.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cane toads 'reluctant warriors' that use venom as last resort

Researchers have found deploying their deadly venom takes a huge physical toll on cane toads, meaning they don't use it as often as previously thought.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Fish see a rainbow in the inky depths of the ocean

Researchers have upended what they knew about vision with the discovery of deep sea fish who can see a rainbow in the deep dark of the ocean.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Scott Morrison, Liberal party targeted in 'overwhelmingly' negative WeChat posts

An "overwhelming" negativity against the Liberal party has been detected in some channels inside the Chinese social media network WeChat, according to researchers.
SBS - Published

Queensland universities eyed in fraud probe

University researchers, local councils and Queensland's police force will be investigated for potential fraud by the state's anti-corruption body.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Zelda Therapeutic to use Federal Government R&D tax rebate of $769,000 to drive clinical trials

Zelda Therapeutics Ltd (ASX:ZLD) will use the $769,000 cash refund it received under the Federal Government’s R&D Tax Incentive Scheme to accelerate current clinical trials as well as a pre-clinical..
Proactive Investors - Published

Social stigma a barrier to public transport use, study finds

Researchers from Queensland and overseas have found the social stigma of using public transport is a factor in usage numbers, but varies between countries.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Ancient toothed whale fossils found in Victoria

A drop in sea levels prompted the mass extinction of "bizarre" toothed whales that once swam in coastal waters, according to Victorian researchers.
SBS - Published

It feasts on insects caught in snapping traps: WA scientists ecstatic over rare find

A new population of a critically endangered aquatic carnivorous plants has been found in Western Australia's remote Kimberley region after a long search, with the ecstatic researchers calling it a..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cialis shown to boost failing hearts

Researchers have found that the widely used impotence drug Cialis reversed heart failure in a study which could give the drug a life-saving new role.
SBS - Published

Rare carnivorous plant found in WA's north

A big population of a critically endangered aquatic 'Venus flytraps' has been found in a billabong in WA's north, delighting researchers after a 10-year hunt.
SBS - Published

Antidote found for venomous box jellyfish

Researchers at the University of Sydney have found a "molecular antidote" for the world's most venomous creature, the Australian box jellyfish.
SBS - Published

Queensland child surgeons' quest to heal 1000 broken hearts

Researchers at the Queensland Children's Hospital are conducting the largest trial of its kind to see if a small change to child heart surgery has huge benefits.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Alcohol advertising in sports 'fueling drink culture', according to study

A study by Australian and international researchers has found booze ads during sports have real-world consequences.
SBS - Published

The simple test that could mean survival from breast cancer

Queensland researchers believe a simple test could help identify the best treatment for a particularly aggressive form of breast cancer.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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