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Solidarity between good and justice keeps a society together

Since ancient times, philanthropy or unconditional contribution, and reciprocity or retribution, such as "an eye for an eye," have been and remain common human...
Narrative journaling may help heart health post-divorce

Smartphone apps can reduce depression

New Australian-led research has confirmed that smartphone apps are an effective treatment option for depression, paving the way for safe and accessible interventions for...

Researchers ID potential biomarkers of age-related macular degeneration

Patients with any stage of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) carry signs of the disease in their blood that may be found through special laboratory...

Smokers with HIV more likely to die of lung cancer than HIV

People living with HIV who adhere to antiretroviral therapy but smoke cigarettes are around 10 times more likely to die of lung cancer than...

How Ketogenic Diets Curb Inflammation

Ketogenic diets — extreme low-carbohydrate, high-fat regimens that have long been known to benefit epilepsy and other neurological illnesses — may work by lowering...

Researchers hit the brakes on lethal brain cancers in mice

New research conducted in mice provides evidence that highly lethal brain tumors, called high-grade gliomas, stop growing when deprived of a specific molecule naturally...

Three-in-one antibody protects monkeys from HIV-like virus

A three-pronged antibody made in the laboratory protected monkeys from infection with two strains of SHIV, a monkey form of HIV, better than individual...

Study links brain inflammation to suicidal thinking in depression

Patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) have increased brain levels of a marker of microglial activation, a sign of inflammation, according to a new...

Hope to discover sure signs of life on Mars? Look for vanadium

The search for biology on neighbor planet Mars won't play out like a Hollywood movie starring little green men. Rather, many scientists agree if...

Key to thriving business may be educational level of non-exec employees

The key to a thriving business may be the educational level of non-executive employees, according to new University of Georgia research.Specifically, highly educated employees...