Physical therapy and occupational therapy leads to fewer hospital readmissions and lower death risk for patients with pneumonia, a new study shows.
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Many young adults get their guns from family members or illicit channels, says Caitlin Moe. "[W]e can't address that kind of availability with age limits."
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An expert explains the Beirut explosion and what the aftermath could mean for Lebanon's already charged political climate.
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"It's extremely challenging to image the forces of a living cell at a high resolution." Scientists compare their luminescent DNA method to fireflies.
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Consuming a fructose-heavy diet increases the likelihood of irritable bowel syndrome, or IBD, according to new findings in mice.
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Researchers have uncovered the brain dynamics behind the experience of dissociation, in which people can feel disconnected from their bodies and reality.
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A new study examines ancient pipe residue to figure out what people in America were smoking before and after European colonization.
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