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Large increase in US youth attempting, thinking about suicide: Study
The number of adolescents hospitalized in the United States for thinking about or attempting suicide has doubled in less than a decade, new research shows, a sign that anxiety and depression are taking hold of America's youth.
Key part of human gene activation revealed by new study
Until now, scientists weren't sure how gene activation mechanisms avoided nucleosomes, the bodyguards tasked with keeping DNA turned off.
Yogurt may dampen chronic inflammation linked to multiple diseases: Study
A study published in the Journal of Nutrition provided new evidence that yogurt might help dampen chronic inflammation, a factor in inflammatory bowel disease, arthritis and asthma.
Study finds better measures than a person's occupation to predict long-term earnings
In sociological studies of people's economic stratification and intergenerational mobility, researchers have long presumed a person's occupation most accurately would reflect his or her lifetime earnings.
Touch-spurred itching related to declining skin cells: Study
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis, the US, found that itching caused by touch is directly related to the number of touch receptors embedded in the skin.
New study links gray hair with immune system activity, viral infection
A new study on mice offers insights into why some people's hair may turn gray in response to a serious illness or chronic stress.
Artificial sweeteners linked to obesity, diabetes in study
Artificial sweeteners could be linked to diabetes and obesity, according to a study of rats and cell cultures.
Study details meteorite diamonds from a lost planet
New analysis of a slice of a meteorite containing unusual diamonds suggest the space rock came from a long lost planet.
Study identifies more than a hundred new genes that determine hair color
A team of scientists — led by academics from King's College London and Erasmus McMaster )MC( University Medical Center Rotterdam — have discovered 124 genes that play a major role in determining human hair color variation.
Immune therapy scores big win against lung cancer in study
For the first time, a treatment that boosts the immune system greatly improved survival in people newly diagnosed with the most common form of lung cancer.
Study pinpoints type of gene regulation essential to evolution
It's not new genetic coding, but how genes are regulated and expressed, that enables new adaptions, which are the physiological experiments that enable evolution and spawn new species.
Even monkeys need spa day: study
A relaxing soak in a hot tub is a time-honored stress reliever but the advantages are not confined to humans -- with monkeys also benefiting from spa time, researchers in Japan say.
Study reveals who is spreading online conspiracies
Due to the Internet, conspiracy theories are on the rise and playing an increasingly significant role in global politics. Now new research from The Australian National University (ANU) has analyzed digital data to reveal exactly who is propagating them and why.
Study shows e-cigarettes do not help quit smoking
A new study is showing what many think about e-cigarettes may be wrong.
Study reveals how humans estimate distance from sound sources
A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shed light on a novel mechanism that is employed by humans to estimate their relative distance from sound sources.

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