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Informal information sources, such as social media or friends, linked to lower knowledge but greater potential to influence health behaviors
Cellular study of telaprevir, a drug for hepatitis, shows that the antiviral blocks the function of essential proteins in bacteria, revealing opportunity to repurpose drug to use alongside antibiotics
A study led by NYU Steinhardt Professor Eric S. Jackson finds that the perception of being heard by a listener plays a key role in whether a person stutters.
Economist Patrick Turley of USC Dornsife and a multinational group of researchers issue a special report that examines the benefits, risks, and ethics of selecting embryos to ensure healthier, smarter children
Birds breathe with greater efficiency than humans due to the structure of their lungs—looped airways that facilitate air flows that go in one direction.
A team of NYU scientists has developed a method using holographic imaging to detect both viruses and antibodies. The breakthrough has the potential to aid in medical diagnoses and, specifically, those related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A recent pair of studies from the University of Texas at Austin, New York University, and Columbia univeristy have found that the sons of women with obesity before and during pregnancy had lower developmental and IQ scores in early and middle childhood.
A large, international study led by Stanford and New York University found that invasive procedures are no better than medications and lifestyle advice at treating heart disease that's severe but stable.
A team of biologists and computer scientists from New York University has mapped out a network of interactions for how plant genes coordinate their response to nitrogen, a crucial nutrient and the main component of fertilizer.
If the challenge of nailing your social media photo-ops makes your heart race a little, you’re not alone