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Dartmouth researchers report that the financial toll of El Niño can persist for several years after the event itself & cost trillions in lost income worldwide.
A team led by researchers at Purdue University has developed a biopsy technique that may reveal signs of Parkinson’s disease in urine samples.
The language that adolescent girls use in texts and on social media reflects day-to-day changes in their moods, new University of Oregon research shows.
A new technique to measure the expansion rate of the Universe may serve as a tool to help scientists more accurately determine the Universe’s age and better understand the cosmos.
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Insights Into Brain Connectivity May Help Clinicians Choose Between Talk Therapy and Medications for Depression
Researchers from Emory University are trying to better predict which individuals with no history of clinical depression treatment improve with the use of either antidepressants or with talk therapy.
Rice University engineers have developed minimally invasive, ultraflexible nanoelectrodes that could serve as an implanted platform for administering long-term, high-resolution stimulation therapy.
MSU, Audubon receive $1.3M from NSF to support bird conservation in North America using data to create more robust population forecasts in the face of climate and land-use change.
Reserarchers found when the values associated with color changed less often and were thus less uncertain, people relied more on color to make their decision.
Northwestern University researchers have developed a first-of-its-kind small, flexible, stretchable bandage that accelerates healing by delivering electrotherapy directly to the wound site.