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  • newThe Aftermath of Michael Jackson’s Antigravity Lean

    The Aftermath of Michael Jackson’s Antigravity Lean

    In Michael Jackson’s 1987 music video “Smooth Criminal,” the legendary performer leans forward 45 degrees from a straight-up position — and comes back. It’s a feat that seemingly defies both physics and physiology, and the move has become a…
    - 5 hours ago, 22 May 18, 2:03pm -
  • What I Learned Studying Real Vampires

    What I Learned Studying Real Vampires

    [Editor's note: One of the most popular articles on our site is a piece by Georgia Institute of Technology researcher John Edgar Browning about his work with the real vampire community, published in March 2015. In it, Browning discusses what a real…
    - 5 days ago, 17 May 18, 4:28pm -
  • Mosquito Bites Leave A Lasting Impression On Our Immune System

    Mosquito Bites Leave A Lasting Impression On Our Immune System

    Mosquito bites are like a gross form of French kissing — the insects swap your blood with their saliva, and leave a trail of salivary secretions behind like mosquito cooties. Some of those compounds prevent clotting as the insects slurp up your bl…
    - 5 days ago, 17 May 18, 2:06pm -
  • Your Emergency Contact Does More Than You Think

    Your Emergency Contact Does More Than You Think

    You know when you’re filling out your medical paperwork and it asks for your emergency contact? Sure, the process might be annoying, but that emergency contact could actually be put to good use by researchers.Since many of us use a family member,…
    - 5 days ago, 17 May 18, 1:57pm -
  • It's time to focus on health and wellness!

    It's time to focus on health and wellness!

    It's time to focus on what keeps you healthy! We've curated a list of citizen science projects working to promote health and wellness around the world. Whether you're looking at the microbes inside of your gut or tracking your latest run, we've got y…
    - 8 days ago, 14 May 18, 2:03pm -
  • Eurovision Winners Give Their Whole Country A Happiness Boost

    Eurovision Winners Give Their Whole Country A Happiness Boost

    This just in: Europe is stealing life satisfaction from the U.S.No, it's got nothing to do with immigrants or trade tariffs; it seems that the dastardly Europeans are denying us our happiness through an even more insidious channel: The power of son…
    - 12 days ago, 10 May 18, 8:00pm -
  • When An Infected Tooth Becomes Much More

    When An Infected Tooth Becomes Much More

    Earlier this year, a surgical resident was paged to the emergency room to evaluate a man with an angry mass bulging beneath his chin.Dr. Habib Zalzal half race-walked, half ran to find a panting 40-year-old in obvious distress. In addition to an in…
    - 13 days ago, 9 May 18, 2:10pm -
  • Genetics May Decide If Skin Tans

    Genetics May Decide If Skin Tans

    Does your skin tend to tan after basking in the sun? If not, blame it, in part, on your genes.A new study, released Tuesday in Nature Communications, found 10 new pigmentation genes that may determine whether skin ends up tanning or just turning b…
    - 14 days ago, 8 May 18, 1:26pm -
  • New Analysis of Bone Helps Explain Why It's So Strong

    New Analysis of Bone Helps Explain Why It's So Strong

    Superman was the Man of Steel. We can’t possibly be like him.But guess what? Ounce for ounce, our bones are stronger than steel.So why are people always breaking them? It’s because bones are also light and flexible, and the physics behind the…
    - 19 days ago, 3 May 18, 2:00pm -
  • Alan Turing’s Only Chemistry Paper Yields Desalination Technique

    Alan Turing’s Only Chemistry Paper Yields Desalination Technique

    Water, it’s safe to say, is pretty important. A key necessity for life to flourish, the substance is also chemically important, the “universal solvent” that enables many familiar reactions. Also, we need to drink it or we die.It’s becoming…
    - 19 days ago, 3 May 18, 2:00pm -

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  • Vulval pain
    Vulval pain is an uncommon and poorly recognized condition, with women often seeking help from several different clinicians before the diagnosis is made. It should be considered within the differential diagnosis in a number of gynaecological presenta…
    - 25 days ago, 27 Apr 18, 8:00pm -
  • Sexually transmitted causes of urethritis, proctitis, pharyngitis and cervicitis
    Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can manifest as urethritis, proctitis, pharyngitis or cervicitis, depending on the site of infection, although asymptomatic infections are frequent particularly at extragenital sites. Classical STIs such as gono…
    - 28 days ago, 24 Apr 18, 8:00pm -
  • Natural history of HIV and AIDS
    Medical knowledge of HIV is rapidly evolving, leading to increased understanding of the disease, its immunology and clinical manifestations. Antiretroviral therapy (ART) has provided a means of controlling but not curing the disease, and patients now…
    - 29 days ago, 23 Apr 18, 8:00pm -
  • Vaginal discharge
    Vaginal discharge is a common presentation in sexual health clinics, gynaecology clinics and general practice. The three common causes with vaginal pathology – candidiasis, bacterial vaginosis and trichomoniasis – are diagnosed with the aid of re…
    - 29 days ago, 23 Apr 18, 8:00pm -
  • Chronic pelvic pain in men
    Chronic pelvic pain is a common condition in men that is defined as 3 months of pain or discomfort in the pelvic region associated with urinary symptoms and/or sexual dysfunction. It is a diagnosis of exclusion and the aetiology is poorly understood.…
    - 29 days ago, 23 Apr 18, 8:00pm -
  • Genital ulceration
    Genital ulceration can represent one of the more complex presentations encountered within genitourinary medicine. There are a wide range of causes, which can make accurate diagnosis a challenge. These include common and rare sexually transmitted infe…
    - 29 days ago, 23 Apr 18, 8:00pm -
  • Genital rash (including warts and infestations)
    Genital rashes are commonly found in attendees at sexual health clinics. They can be caused by infections (including sexually transmitted infections), infestations and dermatoses, and can also be indicators of or worsened by other medical conditions.…
    - 29 days ago, 23 Apr 18, 8:00pm -
  • Important opportunistic infections in HIV
    People living with HIV (PLWH) develop common infections such as influenza and community-acquired pneumonia. They also remain at risk of opportunistic infection (OI) if they are diagnosed with late-stage human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection an…
    - 30 days ago, 22 Apr 18, 8:00pm -
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  • newThe revolutionising potential of medical AI | Letters
    Readers respond to news that Theresa May has promised millions towards artificial intelligence that could help fight cancer and other diseasesThe news that Theresa May has urged the NHS and technology companies to adopt artificial intelligence techni…
    - 6 hours ago, 22 May 18, 1:02pm -
  • The Guardian view on AI in the NHS: a good servant, when it’s not a bad master | Editorial
    The NHS collects vast amounts of data. It must be used in imaginative ways that respect privacy and make life better for patients and health workersTechnology helps us live better and for longer; in fact it has been doing so since the birth of modern…
    - 1 day ago, 21 May 18, 1:42pm -
  • Most common childhood cancer 'partly caused by lack of infection'
    Childhood acute leukaemia is caused by genetic mutations and a lack of childhood infection, scientists sayClean modern homes, antiseptic wipes and the understandable desire to protect small babies against any infection are all part of the cause of th…
    - 1 day ago, 21 May 18, 1:00pm -
  • Fasting diets may raise risk of diabetes, researchers warn
    New study also suggests regimes that include intermittent fasting may cause other long-term health problemsFasting every other day to lose weight could have damaging side effects. That is the conclusion of a group of scientists speaking this weekend…
    - 3 days ago, 20 May 18, 2:00am -
  • Why is asbestos still killing people? – Science Weekly podcast
    Every year, more people die from asbestos exposure than road traffic accidents in Great Britain. Many countries still continue to build with this lethal substance – but why? Hannah Devlin investigatesSubscribe and review on Acast, Apple Podcasts, S…
    - 5 days ago, 18 May 18, 2:00am -
  • Rigorous exercise does not halt dementia decline, study concludes
    Keeping active helps prevent the onset of dementia, but once the disease has taken hold, working out more does nothing to slow its progressModerate to more intense exercise does not help people with dementia and may even make it worse, according to a…
    - 6 days ago, 16 May 18, 6:30pm -
  • Like Tessa Jowell, I have a brain tumour. I hope her death inspires new research | Jessica Morris
    It’s hard to attract research funding for this complex disease, with a mountain of patient experience going undocumentedMany people are grieving the untimely death of Tessa Jowell. She was an exceptional person. Tony Blair confirmed the impression…
    - 6 days ago, 16 May 18, 7:31am -
  • Genomics and nanotechnology to benefit from $393m research funding boost
    Government allocates new funding after recommendations from chief scientist Alan FinkelSign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon Nanotechnology, genomics and remote ocean sensors to improve the health of the Great Barrier Reef…
    - 8 days ago, 14 May 18, 6:30pm -
  • New chemical compound 'stops common cold in its tracks'
    Scientists working on human cells in a dish find new way to tackle rhinovirus – though a cure is a long way offIt’s a conundrum that has stumped scientists for centuries, but now researchers say they have taken a tantalising step forward in the q…
    - 8 days ago, 14 May 18, 11:26am -
  • Brain cancer to get more funding in tribute to Tessa Jowell, says No 10
    Research funding will double to £40m and all NHS hospitals will perform gold standard tumour diagnosis testsBrain cancer research will have its government funding doubled to £40m and gold standard tumour diagnosis tests will be rolled out to all NH…
    - 9 days ago, 13 May 18, 5:30pm -
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