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2021
June
15,
2021
| 07:45 AM America/New_York
Adults who skip breakfast are likely to miss out on key nutrients that are most abundant in the foods that make up morning meals, a new study suggests. ...
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June
07,
2021
| 11:01 AM America/New_York
Researchers have discovered a new electronic property at the frontier between the thermal and quantum sciences in a specially engineered metal alloy – and in the process identified a promising material for future devices that could turn heat on and o...
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June
04,
2021
| 08:24 AM America/New_York
New research suggests that African American families living in public housing are a “hidden population” when it comes to national suicide prevention efforts. ...
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June
01,
2021
| 13:21 PM America/New_York
Ohio State is committed to social responsibility and actively supports fair treatment of workers. The university believes strongly in free speech and respects the rights of our students and others to voice their opinions. The Student Farmworker Allia...
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May
28,
2021
| 08:04 AM America/New_York
If you’ve watched a slasher movie, you’ve probably been exposed to the final girl trope – a closing scene of a white, suburban teenage girl who triumphed over a threatening monster and lived to tell the tale. ...
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May
27,
2021
| 15:17 PM America/New_York
The Ohio State University announced today that accomplished researcher, educator and higher-education leader Melissa L. Gilliam, MD, MPH, will be the land-grant institution’s next executive vice president and provost, effective Aug. 1. ...
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May
26,
2021
| 10:38 AM America/New_York
Thermoelectric power generators that make electrical power from waste heat would be a useful tool to reduce greenhouse gas emissions if it weren’t for a most vexing problem: the need to make electrical contacts to their hot side, which is often just ...
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May
19,
2021
| 11:14 AM America/New_York
Though obesity in midlife is linked to an increased risk for Alzheimer’s disease, new research suggests that a high body mass index later in life doesn’t necessarily translate to greater chances of developing the brain disease. ...
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May
13,
2021
| 07:45 AM America/New_York
A new study’s findings dispel the misconception that patients and providers are at high risk of catching COVID-19 at the dentist’s office. ...
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May
10,
2021
| 08:18 AM America/New_York
The symptoms of grief people feel for a loved one facing a life-limiting illness fluctuate over time, a new study found – suggesting that individuals can adjust to their emotional pain, but also revealing factors that can make pre-loss grief more sev...
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May
03,
2021
| 11:04 AM America/New_York
A giant saber-toothed cat lived in North America between 5 million and 9 million years ago, weighing up to 900 pounds and hunting prey that likely weighed 1,000 to 2,000 pounds, scientists reported today in a new study. ...
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April
29,
2021
| 09:16 AM America/New_York
Hispanic Americans have died of COVID-19 at a disproportionately high rate compared to whites because of workplace exposure to the virus, a new study suggests. ...
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April
28,
2021
| 10:17 AM America/New_York
Tiny molecules called nanobodies, which can be designed to mimic antibody structures and functions, may be the key to blocking a tick-borne bacterial infection that remains out of reach of almost all antibiotics, new research suggests. ...
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April
19,
2021
| 20:03 PM America/New_York
A high daily dose of an omega-3 supplement may help slow the effects of aging by suppressing damage and boosting protection at the cellular level during and after a stressful event, new research suggests. ...
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April
19,
2021
| 15:14 PM America/New_York
Like wine, some snake venom is more complex than others. It all depends on the meal it is paired with. New research can tell us why. The study shows that evolutionary diversity among prey – say, a combination of mice, turtles and fish – has been the ...
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April
14,
2021
| 09:45 AM America/New_York
Most young women already know that tanning is dangerous and sunbathe anyway, so a campaign informing them of the risk should take into account their potential resistance to the message, according to a new study. ...
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April
07,
2021
| 07:04 AM America/New_York
Researchers have found a way to use chaos to help develop digital fingerprints for electronic devices that may be unique enough to foil even the most sophisticated hackers. ...
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March
22,
2021
| 08:11 AM America/New_York
New research identifies personality traits that have been associated with positive and negative experiences on psychedelics in previous studies, information that could help predict how future clinical trial participants will respond to the drugs. ...
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March
19,
2021
| 10:03 AM America/New_York
U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Marcia L. Fudge has donated her official congressional papers to The Ohio State University. Fudge represented the people of the 11th Congressional District of Ohio in the U.S. House of Representatives f...
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March
16,
2021
| 09:03 AM America/New_York
The link between psychological stress and physical health problems generally relates to a stress-induced immune response gone wild, with inflammation then causing damage to other systems in the body. It’s a predictable cascade – except in pregnancy, ...
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March
11,
2021
| 12:43 PM America/New_York
Overweight low-income mothers of young kids ate fewer fast-food meals and high-fat snacks after participating in a study – not because researchers told them what not to eat, but because the lifestyle intervention being evaluated helped lower the moms...
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March
10,
2021
| 13:35 PM America/New_York
A specific wavelength of ultraviolet radiation killed more than 99.99% of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in laboratory tests, a new study has found. ...
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March
09,
2021
| 16:12 PM America/New_York
A new SARS-CoV-2 vaccine candidate, developed by giving a key protein’s gene a ride into the body while encased in a measles vaccine, has been shown to produce a strong immune response and prevent SARS-CoV-2 infection and lung disease in multiple ani...
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March
04,
2021
| 12:06 PM America/New_York
For Black girls in the juvenile justice system, attention from a caregiver might amount to too much of a bad thing, a recent study suggests. ...
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February
25,
2021
| 17:31 PM America/New_York
The Ohio State University Board of Trustees today approved multiple initiatives to enhance the athletics viewing experience. ...
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February
24,
2021
| 14:00 PM America/New_York
Politicization of the COVID-19 pandemic had a powerful influence over adherence to social distancing guidelines in the United States and why people did, or did not, comply during the lockdown days, a new study has found. ...
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February
24,
2021
| 09:00 AM America/New_York
The Ohio State University is conducting more COVID-19 tests per week than some states. ...
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February
22,
2021
| 11:14 AM America/New_York
Fool the novel coronavirus once and it can’t cause infection of cells, new research suggests. ...
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February
11,
2021
| 13:15 PM America/New_York
The Ohio State University announced today that Elizabeth Parkinson will serve in the newly created position of senior vice president for marketing and communications, pending approval by the Board of Trustees.A leading figure in strategic communicati...
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February
10,
2021
| 08:16 AM America/New_York
The death of a vampire bat 19 days after giving birth presented scientists studying the animals in 2019 with an unexpected chance to observe a rare event: a female bat’s adoption of an unrelated baby. ...
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