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517 Bartholin's cyst

Bartholin’s cyst

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Bartholin’s cyst Overview The Bartholin’s (BAHR-toe-linz) glands are located on each side of the vaginal opening. These glands secrete fluid that helps lubricate the vagina. Sometimes the openings
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Aplastic anemia Apnea, sleep (See: Sleep apnea) Apnea, sleep (central) (See: Sleep apnea, central) Apnea, sleep (obstructive) (See: Sleep apnea, obstructive) Overview Aplastic anemia is a condition that
183 Ambiguous genitalia

Ambiguous genitalia

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Ambiguous genitalia Amblyopia (See: Lazy eye (amblyopia)) Overview Ambiguous genitalia is a rare condition in which an infant’s external genitals don’t appear to be clearly either male or female.
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Back pain Overview Back pain is one of the most common reasons people go to the doctor or miss work, and it is a leading cause of disability worldwide. Most people have back pain at least once. Fortunately,
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The road to future AI is paved with trust

The road to future AI is paved with trust

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The place of artificial intelligence, AI, in our everyday life is increasing and many researchers believe that what we have seen so far is only the beginning. However, AI must be trustworthy in all situations.
Study helps understand how brain pathology influences the development of cognitive fatigue in MS patients

Study helps understand how brain pathology influences the development of cognitive fatigue in MS patients

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Using advanced diffusion neuroimaging technology, Kessler Foundation researchers investigated the relationship between the rate of cognitive fatigue to microstructural changes in the brain in persons with
Scientists find link between fast-melting Arctic ice and ocean acidification

Scientists find link between fast-melting Arctic ice and ocean acidification

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An international team of researchers have sounded new alarm bells about the changing chemistry of the western region of the Arctic Ocean after discovering acidity levels increasing three to four times
Gut bacteria may contribute to susceptibility to HIV infection

Gut bacteria may contribute to susceptibility to HIV infection

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New UCLA-led research suggests certain gut bacteria — including one that is essential for a healthy gut microbiome — differ between people who go on to acquire HIV infection compared to those
Structural analysis of monkeypox virus to guide the development of broad antiviral agents

Structural analysis of monkeypox virus to guide the development of broad antiviral agents

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In a recent study posted to the bioRxiv* preprint server, researchers explored the crystalline structure of the monkeypox (MPX) virus (MPXV) and the complex of VP39, a 2′-O-RNA methyltransferase (MTase)
Neural net computing in water

Neural net computing in water

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Microprocessors in smartphones, computers, and data centers process information by manipulating electrons through solid semiconductors but our brains have a different system. They rely on the manipulation
Sniffing out the brain's smelling power

Sniffing out the brain's smelling power

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Since their discovery over 100 years ago, neurons in the brain’s olfactory bulb called tufted cells have been difficult to study. The close proximity between tufted cells and other neurons called
Study adds important evidence to link between inflammation and cognitive issues in older breast cancer survivors

Study adds important evidence to link between inflammation and cognitive issues in older breast cancer survivors

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Scientists are still trying to understand why many breast cancer survivors experience troubling cognitive problems for years after treatment. Inflammation is one possible culprit. A new long-term study
Webb, Hubble capture detailed views of DART impact

Webb, Hubble capture detailed views of DART impact

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Two of NASA’s Great Observatories, the James Webb Space Telescope and the Hubble Space Telescope, have captured views of a unique NASA experiment designed to intentionally smash a spacecraft into
Seeing antibiotics in action inside a pathogenic bacterium

Seeing antibiotics in action inside a pathogenic bacterium

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Every living cell relies on proteins in order to function and the process of protein synthesis — translation — is critical for survival. Bacteria are no exception, with molecular machines involved
Artificial intelligence used to predict hospitalization outcomes of geriatric patients with dementia

Artificial intelligence used to predict hospitalization outcomes of geriatric patients with dementia

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By using artificial intelligence, Houston Methodist researchers are able to predict hospitalization outcomes of geriatric patients with dementia on the first or second day of hospital admission. This early
Robotic drug capsule can deliver drugs to gut

Robotic drug capsule can deliver drugs to gut

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One reason that it’s so difficult to deliver large protein drugs orally is that these drugs can’t pass through the mucus barrier that lines the digestive tract. This means that insulin and
Teachers' turnover intentions, burnout and poor work climate are interlinked

Teachers' turnover intentions, burnout and poor work climate are interlinked

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The risk of burnout and poor experienced teacher-working environment fit is increased among teachers with persistent turnover intentions. However, positive experiences in the workplace seem to protect
Dogs can detect changes in breath and sweat produced in response to stress

Dogs can detect changes in breath and sweat produced in response to stress

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The physiological processes associated with an acute psychological stress response produce changes in human breath and sweat that dogs can detect with an accuracy of 93.75%, according to a new study published
Ending a 50-year mystery, scientists reveal how bacteria can move

Ending a 50-year mystery, scientists reveal how bacteria can move

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University of Virginia School of Medicine researchers and their collaborators have solved a decades-old mystery about how E. coli and other bacteria are able to move. Bacteria push themselves forward

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