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The Best Destinations To Visit In Portugal

Tourism in Portugal has been cruising on a wave of success and despite its popularity it continues to be one of the best value destinations. It has it all—a rich

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Blood marker may reduce cancer burden

Researchers at Flinders University are expanding work on a promising blood test model to help predict or diagnose head and neck cancer, a difficult cancer to pick up early and

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The effect of military training on the sense of agency and outcome processing

People may report a reduced feeling of responsibility when they comply with orders in situations of asymmetric power, such as hierarchies. Previous research has shown that complying with orders reduces

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Research shows that the addictive effect of alcohol is altered in the presence of pain

A research team from the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Valencia has shown that the presence of physical pain alters the effect of alcohol as a reinforcement to

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Working to open up health care access to trans community

The transgender community has long dealt with poor medical care, owing to a scarcity of skilled providers and widespread discrimination. A third of all trans people in a 2015 survey

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Q&A: Even outdoors, why face coverings are important

CU Boulder Today chatted with chemistry Professor and CIRES Fellow Jose-Luis Jimenez about why it’s so important to wear a face covering—even when you’re outdoors. For starters, Jimenez said you

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Researchers advance transplant of hepatitis-C-infected kidneys into HCV-negative recipients

More than 90,000 people in the United States are awaiting kidney transplants, with wait-times that can be five, seven, even 10 or more years, but new research from a team

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Nature and nurture factor into parent-child transmission of suicide attempts, suicide deaths

Findings of a Swedish population study suggest that the likelihood of suicide attempts can be transmitted from generation to generation in families and that nature and nurture both play a

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