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Psoriasis patients have reduced access to efficient treatment method with age
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Exercise for people with dementia improves balance and reduces dependence
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Regular exercise improves balance for people with dementia and can reduce dependence on assistance. This according to new research on healthcare for people suffering from dementia conducted at Umeå University, which has now been published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.

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Self-adaptive material heals itself, stays tough
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An adaptive material invented at Rice University combines self-healing and reversible self-stiffening properties.

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Nano-hybrid materials create magnetic effect
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Racial makeup of labor markets affects who gets job leads
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The racial composition of a labor market plays a significant role in whether workers find out about job leads - regardless of the race of the worker, according to new research from Rice University and North Carolina State University (N.C. State).

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Increased carbon dioxide has altered photosynthesis of plants over the 20th century
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Researchers at Umeå University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences have discovered that increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have shifted photosynthetic metabolism in plants over the 20th century. This is the first study worldwide that deduces biochemical regulation of plant metabolism from historical specimens. The findings are now published in the leading journal PNAS and will have an impact on new models of future carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere.

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Discovery of unique muscle fibers of upper airway in humans
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Researchers at Umeå University have discovered unique muscle fibers in the soft palate of the mouth in both infants and adults. The fibers seem to be present in greater number in snorers and sleep apnea patients. The findings were recently published in the Journal of Anatomy.

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What is Lewy Body Dementia, Which Robbed Robin Williams of His Sanity?
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Oscar-winning actor and comedian Robin Williams died in August 2014 of suicide. His death was not due to substance abuse or suicidal tendencies, as some had speculated in the media. Williams’ wife, Susan, told ABC’s “Good Morning America” this month that her husband slowly lost his mind because of a neurological disease, later discovered in an autopsy to be Lewy body dementia.

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Via Dying Cells, UVA Finds Potential Way to Control Cholesterol Levels
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A discovery about how the body deals with the cholesterol contained within its dying cells has suggested an exciting new approach to control people’s cholesterol levels – and thus their risk of developing heart disease.

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Cancer survivors less likely to receive callbacks from potential employers
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Job applicants who are cancer survivors are less likely to receive callbacks from potential retail employers than those who did not disclose their health history, according to a recent study by Rice University and Penn State University researchers.

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Why corporations don’t always ‘learn’ their way to success
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Any business guru will tell you that companies achieve success by learning from their experiences in the marketplace.

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