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Owl monkeys don’t cheat

Intensive fathering plays a role True monogamy is rare in the animal kingdom. Even in species that appear to "mate for life," genetic maternity and...

New Structure in Dogs’ Eye Linked to Blinding Retinal Diseases

In humans, a tiny area in the center of the retina called the fovea is critically important to viewing fine details. Densely packed with...

Designing water-soluble solution to build better painkillers

Finding better painkillers is a high priority for doctors, researchers, and patients. While opioids, such as morphine, are very effective, they come with unwanted side...

Researchers repair immune system in leukemia patients following chemo

A new treatment using leukemia patients' own infection-fighting cells appears to protect them from infections and cancer recurrence following treatment with fludarabine-based chemotherapy, according to new research from the Perelma...

Novel way to improve outcomes from umbilical cord blood transplants

A new method to boost the number of immune cells in umbilical cord blood prior to cord blood transplants for cancer patients appears to...

CSR origins earlier than supposed

Although the term was not coined until 1953, new research shows that corporate social responsibility (CSR) can trace its roots to the early years of the 20th century and to the editor of one of America's initial business magazines, The World's Work....

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