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New Research Reinforces Importance of Aerobic Health

Research reinforces the belief that aerobic capacity is an important determinant in the continuum between health and disease.

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Women Heart Patients Face Obstacles to Diagnosis, Recovery

More than one-half of women with heart disease are dissatisfied with their health care and face significant obstacles to their recovery, according to the first-ever national survey of women heart patients.

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Adolecents Need Support After Parents Divorce

The positive effect of neighbors, school, and peers ranks right up there with parental support as teens recover from the effects of their parent's divorce and possible remarriage, according to Dr. Kathleen Boyce Rodgers and Dr. Hilary Rose.

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In the Midst of Potato Land, Students Research the Ocean Depths

For several years undergraduates have been pursuing research opportunities with the Ocean Drilling Program at a small institution in northern Maine. The result is a surprising success rate of accepted publications.

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Anthropology, Evolution, Bipedalism

Origin of Bipedalism Seems Most Closely Tied to Environmental Changes

During the past 100 years, scientists have tossed around a great many hypotheses about the evolutionary route to bipedalism, and what inspired our prehuman ancestors to stand up straight and amble off on two feet.

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Differences in Mood Associated with Activity in a Specific Area of the Brain

A new study is one of the first to associate individual differences in emotional behavior with activity in a specific brain region.

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Adjuvant Therapy in Breast Cancer Could Have Long-Term Physical Effects

Long-term breast cancer survivors report excellent quality of life many years after treatment, but the use of chemotherapy and tamoxifen in addition to surgery may result in decreased physical functioning over time, according to a study published in Tuesdayís (Jan. 2) issue of the peer-reviewed Journal of the National Cancer Institute.







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