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Excellent Tips For A More Flavorful Cup Of Coffee!

What is needed to make the perfect coffee? Everyone’s tastebuds are different; you need to know what is out there for you. Read this article to find out what is

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Sleep twitches facilitate motor cortex development in rats

Electrical activity in the motor cortex of rats transforms from redundant to complex over the span of four days shortly after birth. Sleep twitches guide this metamorphosis, according to new

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Neck symptoms occur relatively frequently during multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children

Neck symptoms are a relatively common manifestation of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C), according to a brief report published online June 26 in the Journal of the Pediatric Infectious

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Guideline for managing young infants with fever announced

In a new clinical practice guideline issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics and published online July 19 in Pediatrics, key action statements are presented for the management of well-appearing

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Coffee won’t upset your heartbeat, and might even calm it

For decades, doctors have warned folks suffering from heart rhythm problems to avoid coffee, out of concern that a caffeine jolt might prompt a herky-jerky heartbeat. But a large new

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Non-neuronal cells drive sex differences in early brain development

During development, brain cells may find different ways to connect with each other based on sex, according to researchers at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. The

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Abelacimab shown to be an effective blood clot treatment

A potentially game-changing treatment for people with, or at risk of, blood clots has been found effective by an international team of researchers led by McMaster University’s Jeffrey Weitz. Weitz’s

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Study may show why multiple sclerosis patients develop progressive disability

Did you know multiple sclerosis (MS) means multiple scars? New research shows that the brain and spinal cord scars in people with MS may offer clues to why they developprogressive

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