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Study finds 'likely biological and genetic overlap' between carpal tunnel syndrome and migraine

Child’s body weight has limited effects on mood and behavioral problems, study finds

According to a study published today in eLife [20 December]. The findings suggest that some previous studies, which have shown a strong link between childhood obesity and mental health, may not have fully considered family genetics and environmental factors. Obese children are more likely to be diagnosed with depression, anxiety, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder …

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Severe COVID looks scary like old age in human brain, study finds

Severe COVID looks scary like old age in human brain, study finds

Severe COVID-19 looks frighteningly like old age in the human brain, according to post-mortem analysis of 54 healthy and infected individuals. The study authors say their research is the first to link COVID-19 to molecular signatures of brain aging. “We observed that gene expression in the brain tissue of deceased COVID-19 patients closely resembled that …

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Tidal Disruptor Event J150052 Was Caused by Rapidly Rotating Intermediate-Mass Black Hole, Study Finds

Tidal Disruptor Event J150052 Was Caused by Rapidly Rotating Intermediate-Mass Black Hole, Study Finds

Long-term light curve of J150052 from 2008. Credit: Cao et al, 2022 Using NASA’s Chandra and ESA’s XMM-Newton space telescopes, astronomers from Radboud University in the Netherlands and elsewhere made X-ray observations of a tidal disturbance event designated 3XMM J150052.0+015452, or J150052 for short. The results show that J150052 was triggered by a rapidly rotating …

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Tidal Disruptor Event J150052 Was Caused by Rapidly Rotating Intermediate-Mass Black Hole, Study Finds

Tidal Disruptor Event J150052 Was Caused by Rapidly Rotating Intermediate-Mass Black Hole, Study Finds

Long-term light curve of J150052 from 2008. Credit: Cao et al, 2022 Using NASA’s Chandra and ESA’s XMM-Newton space telescopes, astronomers from Radboud University in the Netherlands and elsewhere made X-ray observations of a tidal disturbance event designated 3XMM J150052.0+015452, or J150052 for short. The results show that J150052 was triggered by a rapidly rotating …

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Feline genetics helps identify first-ever domestication of cats, MU study finds

Feline genetics helps identify first-ever domestication of cats, MU study finds

picture: Cat see After Credit: University of Missouri COLUMBIA, Missouri — Nearly 10,000 years ago, humans settling the Fertile Crescent, the regions of the Middle East surrounding the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, first transitioned from hunter-gatherers to farmers. They have developed close ties to rodent-eating cats that conveniently served as ancient pest control in early …

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Threat of a common enemy may no longer unite polarized Americans, study finds

Threat of a common enemy may no longer unite polarized Americans, study finds

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public domain During World War II, Americans united. They ate less meat and planted victory gardens. They lowered the thermostats and rationed their gasoline. Republican, Democrat, it didn’t matter: against a common enemy, American civilians were ready to sacrifice themselves in the name of American interests. That was 80 years ago, when the …

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Indian telescope SARAS finds clues to the first galaxies in the universe!  |  Weather.com

Indian telescope SARAS finds clues to the first galaxies in the universe! | Weather.com

Representative picture (NASA) Humanity’s fascination with the secrets of the universe is endless, and rightly so! After all, who wouldn’t want to know how our existence came about? The world has been collectively striving to find the answers for ages. And now he has taken a step forward, with India making a significant contribution to …

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Study finds 'likely biological and genetic overlap' between carpal tunnel syndrome and migraine

Study finds ‘likely biological and genetic overlap’ between carpal tunnel syndrome and migraine

News — November 29, 2022 – Patients who undergo surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome and other upper extremity nerve compression syndromes are more likely to be diagnosed with migraines, reports a study in the December issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). The journal …

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