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Exercise largely absent from US medical...

Fewer than half of the physicians trained in the United States in 2013 received formal education or training on the subject of exercise, according to new research. "There are immense medical benefits to exercise; it can help as much as medicine to addr...

Mobile technology may help people impro...

Smart phone apps and wearable sensors are promising for improving cardiovascular health behaviors, preliminary data suggest. Self-monitoring is a key facet of changing behavior to prevent and manage heart health. Smartphone apps and wearable sensors ha...

The Development of WD-40

By MILTON BERTRAND As it is said, innovation is all about finding a better way of doing something. In all, it is the application of providing better solutions that meet new requirements. That is accomplished through development of new technologies. He...

Important Step in NASA’s Endeavor to Re...

Important Step in NASA’s Endeavor to Rebuild America's Ability to Launch Crews to the International Space Station

Marijuana's long-term effects on the br...

The effects of chronic marijuana use on the brain may depend on age of first use and duration of use, according to new research. Researchers for the first time comprehensively describe existing abnormalities in brain function and structure of long-term...

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