"The beauty is that muscle use, in and of itself, is what initiates the processes that keep muscles 'up to date,' healthy, and functional."
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"For the first time, we can now conclusively say that just as for sensorimotor stroke, 'time is vision' after an occipital stroke."
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After 17 years underground, cicadas will return by the millions this summer. Here, an expert breaks down their life cycle and why they emerge when they do.
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AI will help people using robotic prosthetics or exoskeletons walk securely on terrains, such as tile, brick, concrete, grass, and "upstairs" and "downstairs."
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A new app helps doctors weigh the risks of delaying cancer treatment during the pandemic against the risk of COVID-19 infection while getting that care.
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School closures in the US mean no gym classes. That could fuel a spike in childhood obesity. "Public health interventions are urgently needed."
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A new algorithm can predict where people or objects lost at sea will float. That could make life-saving search-and-rescue operations much faster.
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A new simpler urine test that could be done in a doctor’s office or even at home would give people with kidney stones results in as little as 30 minutes.
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