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Three Interventions on Contact Lens Comfort in Symptomatic Wearers

This article is produced from the original publication in PLoS ONE.


To investigate whether carrying out various interventions part way through the day influences comfort in symptomatic daily disposable (DD) contact lens wearers. 290 more words


Motivated By Curiosity And A Desire For The Truth – Part Nine

Life is full of seemingly random events which individually don’t seem to make sense but when linked with other random events paint an interesting picture. Take being bitten by a moggy and depression. 527 more words


Asocian el Humo de Segunda Mano Con Problemas de Conducta de los Niños

La exposición temprana al humo de segunda mano podría llevar a que los niños presenten problemas de comportamiento, según un estudio reciente.

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Scientists identify key receptor as potential target for treatment of autism

Original post from Medical News Today


Grant of $2.4 million will support further research

Scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have uncovered a significant–and potentially treatable–relationship between a chemical that helps transmit signals in the brain and genetic mutations present in a subset of individuals with… 424 more words


When Pragmatism Collides With Fundamentalism-PLOS Hikes Publication Fees

For the first time since 2009, the Public Library of Science announced that they were hiking the price of publishing in PLOS ONE by $145, from $1350 to $1495–an increase of 11%. 533 more words

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The underlying cause of canine diabetes

In a new effort, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and Baylor College of Medicine have used advanced imaging technology to fill in details about the underlying cause of canine diabetes, which until now has been little understood. 699 more words