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New Jersey women living in costly rental areas more likely to experience labor and delivery complications

Women living in high-cost rental areas are more likely to suffer hemorrhage, heart failure and other life-threatening outcomes during labor and delivery, according to a Rutgers study. Researchers found an

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New study finds connections between genetic factors in autism spectrum disorder

In a new study published today in Cell Reports, researchers from the Donald K. Johnson Eye Institute (DKJEI), part of the Krembil Research Institute at University Health Network, have identified

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Psychology: What gazes reveal about us

A new study by the TU Dresden shows that eye movements during the processing of tasks provide information about what the respective person is currently occupied with and what goals

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New Alzheimer’s genes discovered in world’s largest study

Two new genes that raise a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s Disease have been discovered by researchers. An international team, involving Cardiff University’s Dementia Research Institute, compared 32,000 genetic codes

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Testing the factors that make people feel more awake and alert during mornings and afternoons

A team of researchers affiliated with multiple institutions in the U.S. and the U.K. has isolated factors that they believe have an impact on how awake and/or alert people feel

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Study: Risk of cancer doubles for people with ‘skewed’ blood cells

A study led by King’s and published in eLife today has shed new light on how a process called skewed X chromosome inactivation (XCI-skew) is linked to developing chronic disease.

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Unexpected cognitive deteriorations in epilepsy

In severe epilepsies, surgical intervention is often the only remedy—usually with great success. While neuropsychological performance can recover in the long term after successful surgery, on rare occasions, unexpected declines

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