Yoga Can Lower Fatigue, Inflammation in Breast Cancer Survivors

Practicing yoga for as little as three months can reduce fatigue and lower inflammation in breast cancer survivors, according to

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Understanding ‘Y’: Chromosome Discovery Advances Fight Against Heart Failure in Men

University of Virginia School of Medicine researchers have discovered a gene on the Y chromosome that contributes to the greater

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Replacing plastics with alternatives is worse for greenhouse gas emissions in most cases, study finds

Substituting plastics with alternative materials is likely to result in increased GHG emissions, according to research from the University of

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A Deep Dive Into the Genetics of Alcohol Consumption

A research group centered at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine has drilled deep into a dataset

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MIT engineers design flexible “skeletons” for soft, muscle-powered robots

New modular, spring-like devices maximize the work of live muscle fibers so they can be harnessed to power biohybrid bots.

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This 3D printer can figure out how to print with an unknown material

While 3D printing has exploded in popularity, many of the plastic materials these printers use to create objects cannot be

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Revolutionary chronic wound treatment could help millions 

An effective treatment for chronic wounds that does not involve antibiotics, but an ionised gas to activate a wound dressing,

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Millions are at risk using high arsenic water for cooking

The use of water contaminated with higher than recommended levels of arsenic could pose a serious health risk to millions,

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Rice research could advance soft robotics manufacturing, design

Quantitative framework enables tunable elastomer curing via temperature control Te Faye Yap, a Rice University Ph.D. student in the Preston

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