Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras have for the first time, over the Indian region, demonstrated the potential role of mushroom spores in atmospheric bioaerosols. 532 more words
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What are the Bacterial Aetiology & Risk Factors Associated with Cellulitis & Purulent Skin Abscesses in Military Trainees?
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Bacterial Aetiology and Risk Factors Associated with Cellulitis and Purulent Skin Abscesses in Military Trainees.
Military trainees are at high risk for skin and soft-tissue infections (SSTIs). 273 more words
The largest-ever smartphone-based study examining the relationship between physical activity and happiness has found that even minimal levels of activity can have a positive effect on happiness. 613 more words
Yesterday, the Advertising Standards Authority at long last managed to informally resolve the complaints about a misleading leaflet by Friends of the Earth Trust and Friends of the Earth Ltd. 1,509 more words
How are Gender Equality and Human Rights Interventions Included in Sexual and Reproductive Health Programmes and Policies: A Review of Existing Research Foci and Gaps
This publication co-authored by USC Institute for Global Health Director Sofia Gruskin aims to identify research gaps as part of a broader priority setting exercise on integrating gender equality and human rights approaches in SRH programmes and policies. 35 more words
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Prescription drug use is at an all-time high here in the United States. In 2015, a report from the Journal of the American Medical Association revealed that approximately three out of every five citizens are currently taking some form of prescription medication. 654 more words