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Posted December 11, 2013:
- Malnourished Children Still Have Hope Beyond First 1,000 Days
- Even When Test Scores Go Up, Some Cognitive Abilities Don't
- Maternal Health Program in India Failing to Deliver, Study Shows
- Study Raises Questions About Longstanding Forensic Identification Technique
- Carbon Capture Technology Could Be Vital for Climate Targets
- Can Celebrity Cancer Diagnoses Prompt Quitting Smoking?
- Education: Learning With 'Stronger Peers' Yields No Boost
- Urban Sprawl Threatens Water Quality, Climate Protection, and Land Conservation Gains
- Are Overweight Children Less Able to Handle Advertising?
- Serengeti's Animals Under Pressure
Posted December 10, 2013:
- Police Activities in Thailand May Lead to Riskier Behaviors in People Who Inject Drugs
- Global Study Reveals Gender-Based Violence Vastly Underreported
- Social Exclusion and Consumer Product Preference: Drink Pepsi to Fit In, but Fly American to Stand Out?
- Natural Disaster Relief: How Does Psychological Distance Affect Donations?
- Motivating Women to Forget the Message: When Do Breast Cancer Ads Backfire?
- Colleges Pay Attention: How Do Top Ten Rankings Influence Applications?
- Does Gender Play Role in Negative Word of Mouth Advertising?
- Why Reading Your Horoscope on Diet Days Might Be a Bad Idea
- Holiday Shopping for Friends? Looking for Unique Gifts Might Not Be Best Plan
- Conflict Zone Contractors Suffer High Rates of PTSD, Depression
- Strong State Alcohol Policies Protective Against Binge Drinking
- Most Americans Avoid Addressing End-of-Life Issues, According to New Study
- Bisexual Women Have Most Health Problems
- One in Two Users Accepts a Lack of Privacy on Internet
Posted December 9, 2013:
- UK Women Scientists Have Fewer Studies Funded, Given Less Money Than Men
- Lack of National Policy to Get UK Kids More Active Is Mass 'Child Neglect'
- Call for Action on Cutting Sugar
- Communities Across U.S. Reduce Teen Smoking, Drinking, Violence, Crime
- 2012 Solar Storm Points Up Need for Society to Prepare
- Awkward Facebook Encounters
- Prolonged Viewing of Boston Marathon Bombings Media Coverage Tied to Acute Stress
- Kids Movies Send Mixed Messages About Eating Habits, Obesity
- Marketing Loans for Fertility Treatments Raises Ethical Concerns
- New Report Shows Influence of Cognitive Factors on Ecosystem Services Valuation
- Life and Work: One and the Same?
- Epilepsy Community Seeks Redefinition of Bioequivalence from FDA
- Strong Nutrition Education Can Lead to Healthier Food Choices Among Low-Income Families
- No Longer Stumped: Secrets of the Skilled Batsman
- Millions of Hidden Share Trades to Be Revealed
- Network Theory to Strengthen the Banking System
- Researchers Find Forests With Bigger Potential for Carbon Credit
- Economic Factors May Affect Getting Guideline-Recommended Breast Cancer Treatment
- Potential Biological Factor Contributing to Racial Disparities in Prostate Cancer
- Peer-Review Science Is Taking Off on Twitter, but Who Is Tweeting What and Why?
Posted December 8, 2013:
Posted December 6, 2013:
- U.S. Malaria Cases Increase With International Travel
- To Improve Foster Care, Add Psychiatric Nurse to Treatment Team
- Counting the Cost of Infertility Treatment
- One Percent of Population Responsible for 63% of Violent Crime, Swedish Study Reveals