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UCLA student’s pre-med journey goes beyond pen and paper

Daily Bruin 27 Oct 2021
From stickers to scheduling, Megan Vu is journaling her pre-med journey. Spurred by the pandemic, the third-year human biology and society student has been running her bullet journaling Instagram since June 2020 ... I’ve been using (the account) as a way to use bullet journaling for artwork but also managing my time and organizing it.”.
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Searching for Earth 2.0? Zoom in on a star

Phys Dot Org 27 Oct 2021
A study detailing the discovery has been accepted by The Astronomical Journal ... For the new study, the researchers used TESS data to reconstruct the surface of Epsilon Eridani, a star in the southern constellation of Eridanus that is visible from most of Earth's surface ... Journal information. Astronomical Journal.
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Study confirms mistaken identity may explain why sharks bite humans

Phys Dot Org 27 Oct 2021
Ryan says that the latest study, published in the Journal of The Royal Society Interface, was a practical test that built on years of work by the team to understand how sharks see, by exploring the neuroscience of white sharks' visual systems ... 10.1098/rsif.2021.0533 Journal information. Journal of the Royal Society Interface.
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Launch of the Special Issue on Sri Lanka of Viet Nam Journal of Indian and ...

Sri Lanka News 27 Oct 2021
The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Viet Nam, in association with the Vietnam Institute for Indian and Southwest Asian Studies (VIISAS) and Viet Nam Academy of Social Sciences (VASS) officially launched a Special Issue of the Viet Nam Journal for Indian and South Asian Studies (VIJAS), for the month of September 2021, on the 22 of October 2021.
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Instagram curates anorexia images to teen girls who have eating disorders: docs

New York Post 27 Oct 2021
Facebook teeming with lies about elections, US Census, internal study shows ... The Post’s reveal of the previously unreported Instagram study comes after a series of bombshell reports in the Wall Street Journal showed that Instagram makes body image issues worse for one in three teen girls, according to other internal company research.
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AIIMS-Bhopal study raises red flag on RT-PCR kits

The Times of India 27 Oct 2021
Absence of quality-assured kits impacts the effort to contain the pandemic by ramping up diagnostic tests, says the study that has been cited in 'Scientific Reports', a mega journal published by Nature Research ... The study observed that two of the five kits demonstrated sub-optimal performance in comparison to the NIV kit.
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US rural areas, hit hard by COVID-19, lack access to new treatment trials: study

China Daily 27 Oct 2021
... study of the University of Virginia (UVA) School of Medicine ... On average, 33.7 percent face more than an hour drive to join a trial of a promising new treatment, according to the study, published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
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Include this dried fruit in your diet to reduce cholesterol

The Sentinel Newspaper 27 Oct 2021
The study, published on a Journal of Nutrition, contains a large number of participants who counted scam risk of developing cardiovascular diseases ... Specifically, the study observed an average decrease of 5% in overall cholesterol with a reduction between 6% and 9% in LDL cholesterol among participants who took pecans.
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Waleed Aly's academic wife Susan Carland shows off her Halal certified nail polish - after ...

The Daily Mail 27 Oct 2021
Dr Susan Carland showed off her new Halal certified nail polish in a photo posted to Instagram Stories on Wednesday ... RELATED ARTICLES. Previous 1 Next. Lashes for days! Dr Susan Carland reveals the secret way she... 'Just embarrassing' ... I shall publish this study in Nature journal,' she added ... I shall publish this study in Nature journal,' she added. .
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Alzheimer's Disease May Cause Vicious Circle Between Brain Network And Immune Cell Dysfunctions

The Maryville Daily Times 27 Oct 2021
In a study published in the journal iScience, the team demonstrates that subtle epileptic activity encourages abnormal brain inflammation in mouse models simulating key aspects of Alzheimer's disease ... The new study reaffirms how promising these treatments could be for people in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease ... About the Study.
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Nature’s strongest glue now works in wet AND salty environments

Technology Org 27 Oct 2021
Brun and his team wanted to find a way to make it work in both environments – wet and salty – and they found the solution, publishing the results of their study in the scientific journal iScience ... cousins,” said postdoctoral researcher Nelson Chepkwony, the study’s lead author.
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Tournament of Roses announces La Cañada High student Nadia Chung as 2022 Rose Queen

Orange County Register 27 Oct 2021
She said she intends to study political science and journalism with the hopes of becoming a civil rights attorney focusing on social justice ... She plans to study Global Studies, international relations and journalism and would like to attend law school and become a broadcast journalist.
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Study identifies 108 SARS-Cov2 mutations in wastewater samples

Indian Express 27 Oct 2021
A new study led by Pune-based researchers has traced a total ... The samples for the study, published late last week in the journal Science of the Total Environment of Science Direct, were collected from an open wastewater drain near Deccan (Prabhat Road basin), entering Mutha river.
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REVEALED: Instagram bombards anorexic girls with images of ultra-thin women as experts say algorithm used ...

The Daily Mail 27 Oct 2021
But Facebook took issue with the Journal's investigation ... Facebook accused the Journal of omitting data from its story, including one study which found that ‘among teenage girls who said they had felt sadness in the past month, 57 percent said Instagram made things better, and 34 percent said Instagram had no impact.’.
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Baby white sharks can't tell difference between humans and seals: Study

Yahoo Daily News 27 Oct 2021
Researchers found the sharks could not distinguish between the motion cues or shapes of the prey and humans, proving that humans and seals look "dangerously similar" from a shark's perspective, according to the study, published Tuesday in the Royal Society Journals.
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