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Compound screening for drug development made simpler

feeds.sciencedaily.com — “The identification of compounds that could be promising candidates for drug development has become easier following new research. Scientists have developed a series of "filters" that can be used to weed out those molecules likely to come up as false positives when screening a chemical library for compounds that could be useful in drug development.View full resource at feeds.sciencedaily.com

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Numerous factors weighed when patients cannot make their own decisions

feeds.sciencedaily.com — “A new study found that when asked to identify the single most important factor in making decisions for their patients lacking the capability to make their own decisions, physicians most commonly reported "what was best for the patient overall" (33 percent), "what the patient would have wanted you to do" (29 percent), "the patient's pain and suffering" (13 percent), and "the patient's prognosis" (12 percent).View full resource at feeds.sciencedaily.com

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Phage Therapy May Reduce Salmonella Infection in Pigs

feeds.sciencedaily.com — “An anti-salmonella phage cocktail administered to healthy pigs may limit transmission of the bacteria from infected pigs during transport to processing facilities and ultimately minimize the cases of human salmonella food-borne illness.View full resource at feeds.sciencedaily.com

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Scientists show how molecular switch helps pancreatic cancer beat drugs

feeds.sciencedaily.com — “Researchers have found one reason that pancreatic cancer tumors are so difficult to treat with drugs. They have shown how a molecular switch steps up pancreatic cancer cell survival as well as resistance to a standard chemotherapy drug, and have identified alternate routes cancer cells take to avoid the effects of the therapy.View full resource at feeds.sciencedaily.com

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Smooth and integrated movement patterns can help individuals with back pain

feeds.sciencedaily.com — “Many people with back pain do not know what is causing it and they do not receive effective treatment, but learning to move in a more integrated way makes a big difference, reveals new research from Sweden.View full resource at feeds.sciencedaily.com

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Sun and moon trigger deep tremors on San Andreas Fault

feeds.sciencedaily.com — “When the sun and moon are aligned with the San Andreas Fault they tug on it enough to increase the tremor rate deep underground, according to a new study. While these tremors have not yet been linked to earthquakes, the tremors are associated with increased stress on the fault and may increase the risk of future quakes. The ease with which the deep rock slips indicates it is lubricated by high-pressure water.View full resource at feeds.sciencedaily.com

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Soil studies reveal rise in antibiotic resistance

feeds.sciencedaily.com — “An unexpected rise in environmental levels of antibiotic resistance poses a potential threat to people's health.View full resource at feeds.sciencedaily.com

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Child psychology: tips on taming the 'boogie monster'

feeds.sciencedaily.com — “A study of about 50 4-, 5-, and 7-year-olds identified coping strategies by having children listen to short illustrated stories in which a child came into contact with something that looked like a real or an imaginary frightening creature. In situations in which a child's fear was caused by real creatures, the researchers found, children would rather do something than think positive thoughts. The study also highlights important sex and age differences in children's coping.View full resource at feeds.sciencedaily.com

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Robotic Repair For Vaginal Prolapse Has Significant Benefits

feeds.sciencedaily.com — “New research has found that robotic surgery for vaginal prolapse dramatically reduces patient hospital stay and recovery time.View full resource at feeds.sciencedaily.com

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Families Suffer From Problem Gambling

feeds.sciencedaily.com — “Many people perceive gambling to be a harmless recreational activity. However, it is estimated that six to eight million people in the United States personally suffer from a gambling related problem. This problem seems to grow tentacles, extending out to wreak havoc and can profoundly impact the physical, emotional and financial health of the family.View full resource at feeds.sciencedaily.com

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Future Diabetes Treatment May Use Resveratrol To Target The Brain

feeds.sciencedaily.com — “A new study shows that the brain plays a key role in mediating resveratrol's anti-diabetic actions, potentially paving the way for future orally delivered diabetes medications that target the brain.View full resource at feeds.sciencedaily.com

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Using Waste To Recover Waste Uranium

feeds.sciencedaily.com — “Using bacteria and inositol phosphate, a chemical analogue of a cheap waste material from plants, researchers have recovered uranium from the polluted waters from uranium mines. The same technology can also be used to clean up nuclear waste.View full resource at feeds.sciencedaily.com

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