Nov 24 - Heavy alcohol consumption during pregnancy has long been linked to a range of developmental problems and birth defects including fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), low birth weight, and preterm delivery, but a new study from Yale and Brown University shows that low to moderate alcohol consumption is not associated with an increased risk of specific birth outcomes and measures of fetal growth.
Agronomy Nov 24

UW-Madison researchers Philip Hahn and John Orrock used grasshoppers, like the above Melanoplus found in the South Carolina longleaf pine forests, as indicators of the recovery success of post-agricultural woodlands.  - Photos: Phil Hahn

Medicine Nov 24

Heavy alcohol consumption during pregnancy has long been linked to a range of developmental problems and birth defects including fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), low birth weight, and preterm delivery, but a new study from Yale and Brown University shows that low to moderate alcohol consumption is not associated with an increased risk of specific birth outcomes and measures of fetal growth.

Life Sciences Nov 24

Reed Hutchinson/UCLA - Researchers led by UCLA's Mayank Mehta were surprised to find that neurons in rats' brains reacted entirely differently to virtual and real environments.

Medicine Nov 24

IMPACT - Osteonecrosis of the jaw is a debilitating and painful condition in which oral lesions develop in individuals taking drugs such as bisphosphonate or denosumab, which are commonly used in treatments for osteoporosis and for cancers that have spread to the bones.

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