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Blackbeard's Booty: Pirate Ship Yields Medical Supplies
The pirate Blackbeard lost his ship in 1718, and the archaeologists who are now excavating the wreck are finding the Blackbeard's medical equipment.
LiveScience.com, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 13:39:29 GMT

Photos: The Medical Instruments Found on Blackbeard's Ship
The infamous pirate Blackbeard lost is flagship, The Queen Anne's Revenge, in TK. Recently, archaeologists excavating the ship have a found many medical instruments.
LiveScience.com, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 13:39:29 GMT

Pediatricians Against Medical Marijuana, with Some Exceptions
A leading group of pediatricians says it is against the legalization of marijuana, over concerns that these laws could be harmful to children.
LiveScience.com, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 13:39:29 GMT

Live long and prosper? Decoupling lifespan and healthspan in aging research
(Medical Xpress)—A long-standing assumption in aging research, and therefore in resulting antiaging interventions, is that modifying genetic and environmental factors to extend lifespan also increases healthspan – the length of time an organism is in optimal health. As it turns out, however, that assumption has escaped scientific scrutiny due largely to its apparent validity. Recently, scientists at University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS) examined this assumption, and thereby the life-/healthspan relationship, by investigating multiple lifespan-modulating signaling pathways – mechanisms in which ligands (ions or molecules) bind to receptors, resulting in altered cellular responses – in the wild type and four long-lived mutants (insulin/insulin-like growth factor-1, dietary restriction, protein translation, and mitochondrial signaling) of the roundworm Caenorhabditis elegans, a species studied for over two decades in aging research. They found that all long-lived mutants spent a higher percentage of their extended lifespan in a frail, rather than healthy, state. The scientists therefore conclude that aging research must include additional factors beyond lifespan alone.
Medical Xpress - spotlight medical and health news stories, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 14:20:56 GMT

Neural spines operate like miniature neurons
Nerve cells use a much larger repertoire of data-processing structures than previously thought. Research at LMU and in Regensburg shows that the so-called spines on the dendritic processes of neurons are able to process stimuli locally.
Medical Xpress - spotlight medical and health news stories, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 14:20:56 GMT

How your friends might help you avoid flu
A study of social networks has yielded clues about how best to improve vaccination rates for influenza.
Medical Xpress - spotlight medical and health news stories, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 14:20:56 GMT

Obama push to expand Alaskan refuge
President Barack Obama is to propose setting aside the majority of Alaska's national wildlife refuge as a wilderness area.
BBC News - Science & Environment, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 13:39:29 GMT

MPs: Ban fracking on carbon grounds
A committee of MPs has called for a moratorium on shale gas fracking on the grounds that it could derail efforts to tackle climate change.
BBC News - Science & Environment, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 13:39:29 GMT

Eyes on Pluto for historic encounter
Nasa's mission to Pluto gets under way in earnest as the New Horizons probe starts taking the pictures needed for July's close fly-by.
BBC News - Science & Environment, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 13:39:29 GMT

Friends know how long you'll live, study finds
Young lovers walking down the aisle may dream of long and healthy lives together, but close friends in the wedding party may have a better sense of whether those wishes will come true, suggests new research on personality and longevity.
News -- ScienceDaily, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 13:39:29 GMT

Relationship between religion and educational attainment
Researchers have long studied and documented the influence religion has on social groups; however, few have examined the role it plays in education. A new research article examines the relationship between religion and educational attainment in the United States.
News -- ScienceDaily, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 13:39:29 GMT

The latest fashion: Graphene edges can be tailor-made
Theorists show it may be possible to tune graphene edges by varying heat and force as graphene is fractured. Edge configurations affect graphene's electronic and mechanical properties, which are important for applications.
News -- ScienceDaily, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 13:39:29 GMT

Jellyfish not just drifters, study finds
At least some jellyfish can swim strongly against a current, researchers report.
World Science, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 14:02:29 GMT

Could our galaxy be a wormhole?
It could conceivably be a shortcut through spacetime, a study concludes, though that path may or may not be navigable.
World Science, Mon, 26 Jan 2015 14:02:29 GMT

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