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"(Schizophrenics) may have difficulty with the simplest tasks like crossing the street safely, reading a map or using the correct change on the bus," said Miriam Spering, lead author of a recent article in the Journal of Neuroscience. "It occur

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While a number of studies have linked abnormal levels of HA to either connective tissue disorders (CTDs) or conditions common in CTDs, such as premature aging, there are also a number of studies on Pubmed noting associations of high levels of HA to s

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The CDC, predictably, also says part of the solution is to get more people vaccinated. This makes no sense whatsoever as vaccines only make immune systems weaker while doing nothing to prevent infections of superbugs. On the positive side, the C

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A carbon nanotube is so named because it is simply a microscopic hollow tube made from a single-atom layer of carbon. Researchers first created carbon nanotubes using ethanol as the starting material, and this is still one of the most common approach

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Disturbances to the microbial equilibrium of the gut may mean that some microbes become overrepresented while others are diminished. “It’s like a garden–you’re less likely to have weeds growing if you have lush vegetation, but without this vegetation

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http://www.popsci.com, By Erik Sofge

The Human Brain Project (HBP) is a staggering scientific enterprise, a multinational, multidisciplinary initiative with more than 1.2 billion euros in funding, and goals that include—but that are by no means limited to—creating a full, computerized s

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