New research results support eliminating the term “schizophrenic” from clinical practice

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New research published in the Journal of Counseling & Development found a difference in tolerance toward individuals with schizophrenia depending on whether mental health counselors and counselors-in-training received...

A sedentary lifestyle can lead to more nighttime hot flashes, says...

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Hot flashes, one of the most common symptoms of the menopause transition, not only interfere with a woman’s quality of life, but are also associated with an array...

Researchers find a new way to reverse immune suppression in tumors

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Malignant tumors can enhance their ability to survive and spread by suppressing antitumor immune cells in their vicinity, but a study led by researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine...

For the first time, stroke research reveals optimal timing and intensity...

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A phase II, randomized clinical trial found that the optimal period for intensive rehabilitation of arm and hand use after a stroke should begin 60 to 90 days...

Research shows increases in smoking and vaping in Irish teens

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For the first time in 25 years, rates of smoking among teenage boys in Ireland are increasing, according to a study published in ERJ Open Research. The study also...

More than 40 percent of adults with no known heart disease...

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More than 40% of adults ages 50 to 64 years in Sweden without known heart disease were found to have some degree of atherosclerosis, according to a new...

Study: Immunotherapy prolongs survival in recurrent, persistent or metastatic cervical cancer

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The addition of immunotherapy to standard first-line treatment extends survival by eight months for patients with recurrent, persistent or metastatic cervical cancer, according to late breaking results from...

Old skeletal stem cells interfere with healing, promote ‘inflammaging’, says study

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Stanford Medicine researchers have discovered how genetic and molecular changes in aging skeletal stem cells may contribute to poor fracture healing, osteoporosis and various blood disorders, as well...

Study: Walking patterns of movement disorders shared among worms, mice, and...

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Scientists from the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology at Osaka University used animal location tracking along with artificial intelligence to automatically detect walking behaviors of movement...

Researchers pinpoint the uncertainty of our working memory

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The human brain regions responsible for working memory content are also used to gauge the quality, or uncertainty, of memories, a team of scientists has found. Its study...

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Star Dan Walker quits BBC's Football Focus after 12 years

Star Dan Walker quits BBC’s Football Focus after 12 years

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Dan Walker has announced he is quitting Football Focus after 12 years presenting show. The BBC Breakfast star, who has been a staple of the sports show, shared the news on Twitter. Walker has expressed...
Music icon Cher apologises for George Floyd tweets that sparked backlash

Music icon Cher apologises for George Floyd tweets that sparked backlash

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Cher has apologised for a tweet she made about George Floyd on Friday (April 2), in which she suggested she could have prevented his death. Expressing her feeling that the events leading to Floyd’s death...
Star Britney Spears Says She’s ‘Embarrassed’ by New Documentary

Star Britney Spears Says She’s ‘Embarrassed’ by New Documentary

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Britney Spears lamented how she is portrayed in the recently released New York Times documentary “Framing Britney Spears,” admitting that she found it embarrassing. The documentary which explored her life in detail premiered in February...
Yaphet Kotto, Jewish actor who was first Black Bond villain, dies aged 81

Yaphet Kotto, Jewish actor who was first Black Bond villain, dies aged 81

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Actor Yaphet Kotto, who is best known for his role in Alien and James Bond villain Mr. Big, has passed away at age 81. “I’m saddened and still in shocked of the passing of my...
Corinne Masiero: French actress strips for culture during Cesar Awards ceremony

Corinne Masiero: French actress strips for culture during Cesar Awards ceremony

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French actress Corinne Masiero protested naked at the César Awards (March 12th) to demand the government do more to support culture during the coronavirus pandemic. Corinne Masiero, best known for her lead role in the...