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Researchers at UW highlight a downside to the adoption of meditating - it can reduce feelings of guilt, thus limiting reactions like generosity that are important to human relationships.
“During the first year of the pandemic, when schools shut down and went to 100% remote learning, we saw that it affected women disproportionately, having to stay home and teach their children while their research languished,” said UB researchers.
Some oral bacteria were associated with the development of hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, in postmenopausal women, according to new research led by the University at Buffalo and published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association.
BU scientists develop portable sensors to measure carbon levels in coastal wetlands that are critical to fighting climate change
Two years after the early days of the COVID-19 crisis, a case study examines the successful response and leadership role of the university related to vaccination and the safety of faculty, staff and students
A UW study looks at how regenerative farming practices — soil-building techniques that minimize plowing, use cover crops, and plant diverse crops — affect the nutritional content of the food.
A Stony Brook University expert has identified that mucosal-associated invariant T cells (MAIT cells) — an unconventional form of immune cell — exercise several complex roles during healthy and disease states.
A new study found in-person bullying rates plunged when schools went remote because of COVID-19—and that even cyberbullying levels tumbled
Scientists at University of Rochester and University of Maryland report progress in targeting and destroying leukemic stem cells with a modified form of micheliolide, a natural product found in plants of the magnolia family.
Experts at USC are using neural imaging to gain a deeper understanding of how sleep quality impacts the brain clearance process, a potential predictor of Alzheimer’s for the community at greatest risk for the disease.