Monthly injections could replace daily pills for people with HIV. A long-acting injection has been found to work just as well or better than standard pill-based antiretroviral therapy (ART), finds a randomised trial published in The Lancet.
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Hardcore players of violent video games do not have emotionally blunted brains
Climate change campaigns that focus on correcting public beliefs about scientific consensus are likely to backfire and undermine policy efforts. A new paper suggests acceptance of scientific consensus is not needed for the public to support solutions to environmental problems.
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Engineers invent first ion-current, electron-storing battery
Tail amputation in pigs appears to evoke acute and sustained changes in peripheral mechanical sensitivity, which resemble features of neuropathic pain reported in humans and other species and provides new information on implications for the welfare of animals subjected to this type of injury.
Being exposed to and actively remembering violent episodes—even those that happened up to a decade before—hinders short-term memory and cognitive control, according to a study
Alcohol Improves Recall of Earlier Learning
Researchers have developed an algorithm designed with a robot-assistive rehabilitation approach, to help people learn to walk again after neurological injuries such as stroke.
Getting inside mitochondria to tinker with their genomes has been tough, but scientists have made a molecule that turns off a disease-causing gene in human cells' mitochondria.
In a controvertial decision, the U.K. has decided that the HPV vaccination programme should not be extended to boys as it would not be cost effective.
3,700 million years old elements of Eoarchean life trapped in mineral inclusions found in Greenland
Reflexive characteristic adaptations explain sex differences in the Big Five: But not in neuroticism
Graphenic Carbon: A Novel Material to Improve the Reliability of Metal-Silicon Contacts. New open-access paper published in IEEE Journal of the Electron Devices Society. Have a look here:
Girl with HIV maintains remission without drugs since 2008
Hearing voices is only as bad as what they tell you, a new study suggests. Researchers have shown that auditory hallucinations only have a negative impact if they clash with the person's values and objectives.
Loci for Lean Body Mass Identified
The Flynn effect in Europe – Effects of sex and region
Treatment of opioid use disorder with ibogaine: detoxification and drug use outcomes
The efficacy of low-fat vs low-carb diets depends on glucose metabolism
Dissecting the parieto-frontal correlates of fluid intelligence: A comprehensive ALE meta-analysis study
Immunotherapy’s Ineffectiveness Toward Bladder Cancer Uncovered
Looks like the photon beaming thing is less about teleportation as it is about the quantum internet
International team proposes 'cocktail' geoengineering - a blend of cirrus cloud thinning simultaneous with stratospheric aerosol injection - to reduce surface heating without changing precipitation patterns
University of Exeter finds improved memory for information learnt before alcohol use in social drinkers, when tested in a naturalistic setting, suggesting that alcohol facilitates memory if given after learning information.
Researchers have identified a superluminous supernova located 10 billion light-years from Earth. It is one of the brightest and most distant star deaths ever recorded.
Most precise measurement of the proton’s mass
New Brain Study Suggests Link Between Autism, Pain Sensitivity
Fewer big rogue planets roam the galaxy, recount shows
Mental health researchers in Denmark have found evidence that people with anorexia nervosa have an enhanced sense of smell
Special Education Programs do not give equal treatment to black children.
Could CAR-T treatments work in glioblastoma?
Financial liberalization increases bank productivity
The Flynn Effect Does Not Apply to Emotional I.Q.
The Featured Cover Paper for the most recent issue of Oncotarget raises the possibility that the GPER P16L polymorphism could be a risk factor for breast cancer.
IBM and University of Alberta use AI to predict schizophrenia with 74 percent accuracy
Moon's interior may contain water, scientists say
Reprogrammed skin cells shrink brain tumors in mice
A Negative Flynn Effect in Khartoum, the Sudanese capital