Severe Psoriasis May Make Diabetes Increasingly Likely  [LINK]
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How to Spot an Eating Disorder  [LINK]
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Babies Start Connecting Words Early on  [LINK]
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No treatment or imaging follow-up most effective for tiny UIAs  [LINK]
(HealthDay)—For patients with unruptured intracranial aneurysms (UIAs) that are 3 mm or smaller, no preventive treatment or imaging follow-up is the most effective management strategy, according... [Read More]
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Study to Investigate Nutritional Implications of Eating Alone in Korea  [LINK]
Data from the National Statistical Office shows that the number of single-person households in Korea, totaling 539,800, comprised 27.9 percent of the total number of households in 2016. This has led to many sociocultural changes, including dietary habits, as more and more Koreans find themselves eating alone. Dayeon Shin “The prevalence of eating alone can be explained from two perspectives:... [Read More]
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5-fluorouracil promising for vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia  [LINK]
(HealthDay)—5-fluorouracil is associated with a 74 percent success rate as the initial treatment modality for high-grade intraepithelial vaginal dysplasia, according to a study published online ... [Read More]
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Physics Ph.D. Student Builds Successful Research Company  [LINK]
Aaron Wolfe expects to finish up his Ph.D. in physics this semester. He has been working on his doctorate since 2011 and should have been done by now, he says, but a few things have gotten in the way—like helping to run a company, Ichor Therapeutics, of which he is chief operating officer. Aaron Wolfe shows Ellie Iumen what plasmids to use for a protein production run at Ichor Therapeutics. ... [Read More]
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Legal analysis finds Arkansas law that bars protection of LGBTQ people unconstitutional  [LINK]
An original legal analysis by NYU College of Global Public Health finds an Arkansas law that prohibits local governments from enacting civil rights protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender,... [Read More]
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Baby-boomers and millennials more afflicted by the opioid epidemic  [LINK]
Baby-boomers, those born between 1947 and 1964, experienced an excess risk of prescription opioid overdose death and heroin overdose death, according to latest research at Columbia University's Mailma... [Read More]
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Higher β-blocker dose linked to lower mortality risk  [LINK]
(HealthDay)—An increased β-blocker dose is associated with a greater prognostic advantage in patients with chronic heart failure (CHF) and diabetes than in those with CHF but no diabetes, a... [Read More]
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Everything you need to know about exercise and hydration  [LINK]
(HealthDay)—Working up a good sweat when you exercise lets you know you're working hard, but it's also a sign that you're losing water—water that needs to be replaced. [Read More]
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VA study shows parasite from Vietnam may be killing vets  [LINK]
A half a century after serving in Vietnam, hundreds of veterans have a new reason to believe they may be dying from a silent bullet—test results show some men may have been infected by a slow-ki... [Read More]
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Is a common shoulder surgery useless?  [LINK]
(HealthDay)—New research casts doubt on the true effectiveness of a common type of surgery used to ease shoulder pain. [Read More]
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Getting annual flu shot won't weaken your immune system  [LINK]
(HealthDay)—There's no evidence to support the notion that people who get the flu vaccine every year somehow "weaken" their immune system over time, researchers say. [Read More]
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Increased repolarization dispersion seen in SCD survivors  [LINK]
(HealthDay)—Survivors of sudden cardiac death (SCD) with structurally normal hearts have increased dispersion of repolarization after exertion, and this is detectable on non-invasive electrocard... [Read More]
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UBC experts on national housing strategy  [LINK]
The federal government is expected to announce details of its national housing strategy on Wednesday, Nov. 22. UBC experts are available to comment: Patrick Condon School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture Tel: 604.788.0747 Email: pcondon@sala.ubc.ca Housing planning and design Thomas Davidoff UBC Sauder School of Business Email: thomas.davidoff@sauder.ubc.ca Housing policy, markets and af... [Read More]
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Zimbabwe: What's happening?  [LINK]
Almost a week after an army takeover, long-time President Robert Mugabe submits resignation to parliament. [Read More]
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BJP politician puts bounty on Deepika Padukone's head  [LINK]
A regional BJP leader offers reward of $1.5m for beheading actress and director of Bollywood period drama Padmavati. [Read More]
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Interactive online Czech course won European Language Label  [LINK]
Mluvtecesky.net, a free multilingual website to study Czech created at Masaryk University, still evolves. [Read More]
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Robert Mugabe resigns as Zimbabwe's president  [LINK]
Cheering crowds take to streets of Harare as news spreads that Robert Mugabe has stepped down as leader after 37 years. [Read More]
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Pusch Appointed Interim Director of LGBT Resource Center  [LINK]
Rob Pusch, associate director for Project Advance, has been appointed interim director of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center. Pusch’s appointment comes on the heels of Director Tiffany Gray’s departure to West Chester University. Rob Pusch Pusch is a longtime educator, advocate and activist who has been part of the Syracuse University community for more t... [Read More]
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Robert Mugabe: Portrait of a presidency  [LINK]
Some key moments in the life of the man who led his country from independence in 1980 until November 21, 2017. [Read More]
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Profile: Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe  [LINK]
The life, political career and controversies of the African nation's longest-serving leader. [Read More]
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