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Carbs Could Cause Trouble for Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Certain types of carbohydrates may worsen symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease......»»

Source:  LivescienceCategory: ScienceMay 8th, 2017Related News

Magnetic Robot Can Perform Colonoscopies

In the future, robots may perform your colonoscopy: Scientists at Vanderbilt University have developed a robot that can perform complex colonoscopy maneuvers in pigs......»»

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Robot Completes Delicate Eye Surgery in First

The first robotic surgical technique for the eye brings great precision and safety to a delicate surgery on the retina......»»

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Babies Can Sort Colors Before They Learn the Words for Them

Babies can discern five color categories — red, blue, green, purple and yellow — which suggests there is a biological basis for categorizing color that's independent of language......»»

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Americans Claim Gluten Sensitivity More Than Others

Avoiding gluten is a worldwide phenomenon, but the reasons why people do so vary, a new study finds......»»

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EPA Dismisses Key Scientific Advisers

The Environmental Protection Agency has declined to renew the terms of several scientific advisers, citing a desire to get voices from industry......»»

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Fake Walls, Real Shocks: VR System Simulates Physical Barriers

What happens when you walk into a wall in virtual reality?.....»»

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Marijuana"s Mind-Altering Compound May Improve Memory

The marijuana compound THC may be linked to improved memory during aging, a new study in older mice finds......»»

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Gulag Letters: Translated Text Reveals Life Inside Stalin"s Labor Camps

The recently translated letters of Latvian poet and journalist Arsenii Formakov depict everyday life – and suffering – in the Gulag......»»

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Flying High: 7 Post-Hindenburg Airships

The Hindenburg disaster effectively ended the nascent airship industry, but dirigible designs persist today......»»

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Air Force"s X-37B Space Plane Lands in Florida After Record-Breaking Secret Mission

The record-breaking, hush-hush mission of the U.S. Air Force's robotic X-37B space plane is finally over......»»

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Animals Can No Longer Escape Human Noise Pollution in the US

Millions of hours of recordings made in national parks and other protected areas reveal what 'nature' in the US often sounds like: roaring airplane engines, accelerating cars, and clattering factories......»»

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Peaceful Funerary Garden Honored Egypt"s Dead (Photos)

In a funerary garden about 4,000 years ago, ancient Egyptians likely planted trees, shrubs and plants that symbolized rebirth and resurrection......»»

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Ancient Funerary Garden Discovered in Egypt for First Time

About 4,000 years ago in ancient Egypt, landscapers constructed a rectangular funerary garden bed likely filled with lettuce, shrubs and trees, according to archaeologists......»»

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Pinky-Sized Marine Animal Breaks Record for Ocean Filtration

A small marine creature just broke the world record for ocean filtration and is a newly named champion in the fight against climate change......»»

Source:  LivescienceCategory: ScienceMay 8th, 2017Related News

Can Patients with Celiac Disease Eat Oats?

For people with celiac disease, the rules are clear: no gluten. But what about oats?.....»»

Source:  LivescienceCategory: ScienceMay 7th, 2017Related News

Some People Who Avoid Gluten Also Avoid Vaccines

CHICAGO — A new study finds that many people with either celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity are wary of vaccines — a finding that doctors say is concerning......»»

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Happy Birthday, Dynamite: Interesting Facts About the Explosive Material

From its origins to its eventual uses, here are some interesting and explosive facts about dynamite......»»

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Nike"s Attempt to Beat 2-Hour Marathon Falls Just Short

Though Eliud Kipchoge was able to shave 2 minutes and 32 seconds off the current marathon world record, the elusive sub-2-hour marathon remains just beyond the grasp of humanity. At least for now......»»

Source:  LivescienceCategory: ScienceMay 6th, 2017Related News

Weight-Loss Procedure Makes Stomach into "Accordion" Without Surgery

CHICAGO — A new, nonsurgical weight-loss procedure — which involves inserting a tube down a patient's throat and suturing the stomach — is safe and effective, a new study finds......»»

Source:  LivescienceCategory: ScienceMay 6th, 2017Related News