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What the Disneyland measles outbreak of 2014-15 can teach us about how stories go viral

DietarySupplements (#1) 150 days ago Health disneyland measles outbreak 2014-15 teach stories viral All http://feeds.sciencedaily.com   Discuss  | Add To 
New research revealed a key factor for what it takes to make an article about vaccines go viral: including a clear bottom-line message explaining the meaning of vaccination.
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Researchers discover connection between circadian rhythm and aggression

DietarySupplements (#1) 150 days ago Health researchers discover connection circadian rhythm aggression All http://feeds.sciencedaily.com   Discuss  | Add To 
A research team has discovered a circuit in the brains of mice connecting circadian rhythm to aggressive behavior. The discovery is particularly interesting to Alzheimer's patients who experience increased aggression at night. The researchers have developed special protein tools capable of turning off the cells in the brain causing the behavior.
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'Smart thermometer' improves flu forecasting

DietarySupplements (#1) 150 days ago Health smart thermometer improves flu forecasting All http://feeds.sciencedaily.com   Discuss  | Add To 
A new approach shows that de-identified data from a 'smart thermometer' connected to a mobile phone app can track flu activity in real time at both population and individual levels and the data can be used to significantly improve flu forecasting.
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High cholesterol levels linked with rotator cuff surgery failure

DietarySupplements (#1) 150 days ago Health high cholesterol levels linked rotator cuff surgery failure All http://feeds.sciencedaily.com   Discuss  | Add To 
Patients with higher cholesterol levels face a significantly greater risk for failure of minimally invasive (arthroscopic) rotator cuff surgery, according to a new study. According to the study, commonly-used cholesterol lowering drugs, called statins, diminish this risk.
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School affects girls' chances of being diagnosed with an eating disorder

DietarySupplements (#1) 150 days ago Health school affects girls chances diagnosed eating disorder All http://feeds.sciencedaily.com   Discuss  | Add To 
After allowing for other factors, a joint UK-Swedish team finds that the school a girl attends can affect her chance of being diagnosed with an eating disorder. More eating disorders occur in those schools with higher proportions of female students and those where more parents are university educated.
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