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Largest-Ever Study On Cancer and Cellphones Finds “No Increase in Risk”
But the long-term effects of prolonged cellphone use require further study—and will spark fresh controversy
MIT Engineers Mice With More Human-Like Immune Systems For Better Vaccine Testing
Mice models can show the human response to vaccines for AIDS and other diseases
DeepDyve Launches iTunes Store-like Service for Science Papers
Today, a company called DeepDyve launched the largest online rental service for scientific papers, which allows users to rent any...
Do You Want Fries With That?
The answer may depend on your subconscious
Studying “Fight or Flight” At the Cellular Level
New research indicates that individual cells may need guidance in times of stress
Climbing the Imaginary Social Ladder
Humans' hard-wired competitive drive could be linked to stress-related health problems, a new study says
Science Confirms the Obvious!
We unearth the latest research that definitely, positively proves what you knew alreadyâ€”and tell you why it matters