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Specialist: Probiotic use beneficial for health
By Sadeq Dehqan & Leila Imani
New research illustrates how beneficial bacteria establish robust gut colonization
The mammalian gut is warm, moist, and incredibly nutrient-rich — an environment that is perfect for bacterial growth.
Research: Acupuncture helps ease dental anxiety
Acupuncture could help reduce people's anxiety about going to the dentist, according to a review of research.
New research undermines star formation theories
"These findings were a complete surprise," said astronomer Kenneth Marsh.
New research sheds light on Neanderthals' distinctive features
With their prominent noses, protruding faces and swept-back cheekbones, Neanderthals were nothing if not striking. Now researchers said they have unpicked why our big-browed cousins had such distinctive features.
New research shows why babies need to move in womb
Scientists have just discovered why babies need to move in the womb to develop strong bones and joints.
New research may explain the link between hemodialysis and brain function decline
A new study revealed that hemodialysis may reduce blood flow to the brain in older patients being treated for kidney failure.
Diabetes is actually five separate diseases: Research
Scientists say diabetes is five separate diseases, and treatment could be tailored to each form.
New research could lead to improved method of treating pancreatic cancer
A heating and freezing process known as dual thermal ablation can kill pancreatic cancer cells, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University at New York.
US climate change outlook worsens after further research
The dire impact of climate change on the US, spelt out in the federal government’s most recent National Climate Assessment report, looks even worse after further research, according to scientists working in the field.
Research advances highlighted in special issue of Human Gene Therapy
A special issue of peer-reviewed journal Human Gene Therapy was published, documenting China's progress, opportunities and challenges in its biomedical research.
Research explores impacts of abusive supervision
A recent Naveen Jindal School of Management study examined the damaging impact abusive supervision has in the workplace including the ways employees respond with retaliatory behavior, which lowers productivity.
Australian men eating twice safe amount of salt: Research
Australian men on average are eating twice the amount of salt considered safe by the World Health Organization, with their female counterparts not far behind, according to latest research.
New research must be better reported
Newspaper articles, TV appearances and radio slots are increasingly important ways for academics to communicate their research to wider audiences. Whether that be the latest health research findings or discoveries from the deepest, darkest parts of the universe.
Iran, India to cooperate on joint research projects
Iran and India are after expanding scientific and technological cooperation through announcing a call for proposals with the intention of presenting joint research projects.

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