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It is interesting that the most similar expressions were for negative emotions. Expressions of emotions were like “family’s signature,” said G. Peleg from the Institute of Evolution at Haifa University. […]

The investigators examined the association between foot shock and auditory tone in mice bred without CB1 antagonist SR141716A. The mice were first conditioned to associate the shock with the tone, […]

According to study author Nicholas A. Christakis, MD, PhD, MPH, of Harvard Medical School, “When a spouse is hospitalized, the partner’s risk of death increases significantly and remains elevated for […]

The blood and urine of 11 men, who he jokingly called “weird” for their indifference to chocolate, were compared to 11 similar men who ate chocolate daily. They were all […]

Labor Day is generally regarded simply as a day of rest, and political demonstrations are rare. Forms of celebration include picnics, barbecues, fireworks displays, water activities, and public art events. […]

Practice faith In 2003, Curlin and his colleagues surveyed 1,820 practicing physicians, from which 1,144 physicians responded, including 100 psychiatrists. The survey contained questions about medical specialties, and various aspects […]

Comment #1 Readers often go to their medicine chests and find a lot of old bottles, only to ask themselves which medications should be flushed and which can be thrown […]