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18:03 Large number of stem cell lines carry significant DNA damage, say researchers (2)

DNA damage caused by factors such as ultraviolet radiation affect nearly three-quarters of all stem cell lines derived from human skin cells, say Cambridge researchers, who argue that whole genome sequencing is essential for confirming if cell lines are usable.

21:23 HCSC to acquire third-party administrator Trustmark Health Benefits (1)

The acquisition of will help the not-for-profit insurer customize health plans for self-funded employers, Health Care Service Corp said.

20:23 Mentally exhausted? Study blames buildup of key chemical in brain (1)

Toxicity of excess glutamate may contribute to cognitive fatigue, but some experts are skeptical

19:35 Self-Taught AI Shows Similarities to How the Brain Works (1)

Self-supervised learning allows a neural network to figure out for itself what matters. The process might be what makes our own brains so successful. The post Self-Taught AI Shows Similarities to How the Brain Works first appeared on Quanta Magazine

19:34 Yahoo Tech Kuri is an app that wants to reduce your food's carbon footprint (1)

19:23 Vegetarian Women at Higher Odds for Hip Fracture (1)

THURSDAY, Aug. 11, 2022 -- Record numbers of people are turning to plant-based diets to take advantage of the many health benefits they offer, but this may come at the expense of their bones, a new study suggests. Exactly what did researchers find?...

19:13 Live locust brain used to ‘sniff out’ cancer (1)

In a recent study with a preprint article published on bioRxiv, scientists present a novel idea how a

19:10 ScientificAmerican.Com What Is the New Langya Virus, and Should We Be Worried? (1)

The Langya virus, which is related to the Nipah and Hendra viruses, has infected at least 35 people in China in the two years before 2021

18:31 Solving a Puzzle in Brain Development (1)

Author(s): Ryan WilkinsonScientists may have answered a longstanding question in biophysics: how the brain learns to recognize features in images before a newborn even opens its eyes. [Physics 15, s107] Published Thu Aug 11, 2022

18:03 All the better to better eat you with: Dinosaurs evolved different eye socket shapes to allow stronger bites (1)

Large dinosaur predators, such as Tyrannosaurus rex, evolved different shapes of eye sockets to better deal with high bite forces, new research has shown.

17:22 News-Medical.Net Quality Control in Food and Beverage Production (1)

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17:21 Nature.Com New ‘Langya’ virus identified in China: what scientists know so far (1)

16:31 News-Medical.Net Electrical body stimulation combined with sound activates the brain's somatosensory cortex (1)

A University of Minnesota Twin Cities-led team has found that electrical stimulation of the body combined with sound activates the brain's somatosensory or "tactile" cortex, increasing the potential for using the technique to treat chronic pain and other sensory disorders.

16:23 CNBC health care UK's urgent polio vaccine rollout for children in London 'a wake-up call' as more virus traces found (1)

Britain is rolling out urgent polio vaccinations for all London-based children under 10 as a reemergence of the virus stoked fears of a wider outbreak.

16:03 Breakthrough Silicon Carbide Technology Brings Flexible, Implanted Devices Closer to Clinical Applications (1)

Flexible implanted electronics are a step closer toward clinical applications thanks to a recent breakthrough technology developed by a research team from Griffith University and UNSW Sydney. ...

15:22 Boys just as likely as girls to engage in disordered eating, study shows (1)

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15:11 CNN Health Homemade baby food contains as many toxic metals as store-bought options, report says (1)

Toxic heavy metals are everywhere in the environment, so making your own baby food at home isn't going to keep them out of your baby's diet, according to a new report released exclusively to CNN.

15:03 Dietary salt substitutes lower risk of heart attack, stroke and death (1)

Dietary salt substitutes lower the risk of heart attack, stroke, and death from all causes and cardiovascular disease,

14:53 News-Medical.Net Women on vegetarian diet have higher risk of hip fracture compared to regular meat-eaters (1)

A study of over 26,000 middle-aged UK women reveals those with a vegetarian diet had a 33% higher risk of hip fracture compared to regular meat-eaters.