Study: Patient-Centered Pain Care Using Artificial Intelligence and Mobile Health Tools. Cognitive behavioral therapy is an effective alternative to opioid painkillers for managing chronic pain. But getting patients to complete those programs is challenging, especially because psychotherapy often requires multiple sessions and mental health specialists are scarce.
Researchers from the University of Glasgow are setting out to find a new way to monitor and measure the tiny signals created when nerve cells transmit information to skeletal muscles. The research project, called MAGNABLE, could enable future generations of prosthetic limbs to respond directly to instructions from users' muscles.
Study: The Effectiveness of the Say-Something Anonymous Reporting System in Preventing School Violence: A Cluster Randomized Control Trial in 19 Middle Schools. Students are more likely to report warning signs of potentially threatening behavior if an anonymous reporting system is available to them, according to a new study led by researchers at the University of Michigan.
Artist's concept of a Neptune-sized planet, left, around a blue, A-type star. UC Berkeley astronomers have discovered a hard-to-find gas giant around one of these bright, but short-lived, stars, right at the edge of the hot Neptune desert where the star's strong radiation likely strips any giant planet of its gas.
Reduced calorie intake has been shown to improve health and lifespan in laboratory animals, and recent research shows these benefits may extend to humans as well. In a new study, Yale researchers show that moderate calorie restriction in people reduces the production of a protein called SPARC, which then reins in harmful inflammation and improves health in the aged.
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Game startup KeepoItoHuman and NGO Oceanus Conservation join forces to save mangroves in the Philippines
Sensory Supermarket event to help businesses make public spaces more inclusive for autistic people
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Research investigates how to stop painful chemo for kids
Scientists to measure 'footy quake' at Raiders game
Empowering young people on International Youth Day
Focused on climate change, University of Toronto grad student is working on bioreactors to clean water and sequester CO2
University of Toronto Scarborough and Scarborough Health Network deepen ties to advance health care in eastern GTA
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With Inflation Reduction Act, U.S. sees landmark action on climate change
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Berkeley Talks: Learning from nature to design better robots
Scientists launch new interactive tool for agricultural water management and climate risk assessment
UC San Diego Library and San Diego Natural History Museum Collaborate to Raise Awareness
Meet Dr. Brookie Best, Dean of the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Inclusive play: University of Toronto researcher studies the playground experiences of children with disabilities
New paradigm for treating PTSD
Experts discuss monkeypox transmission, vaccines
Digital project supports 'bibliographic turn' in Black literary studies
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Female monkeys with female friends live longer
Down syndrome project shatters quality of life myths
City of Cockburn and Curtin strengthen partnership
Sealing leaks in the stomach or intestine
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