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Great Fundraising: More Than Good Luck

By Lori Woehrle How and under what circumstances is truly great fundraising able to flourish? Fundraising expert Alan Clayton and his team researched this question and came up with some surprising answers. The research, conducted as [...]

Happy Spouse, Happy House

New study by UCR psychology professor finds focus on spouse an indicator of strong, healthy relationship UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA – RIVERSIDE Achieving marital quality could seem daunting, even impossible to any couple, let alone a couple [...]

The NFL’s Super Bowl LI is the “Most Connected” Event in Digital History

The Official Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Analytics provider of Super Bowl LI, today announced that a record breaking 11.8 Terabytes (TB) of data traversed the Wi-Fi network during Super Bowl LI. Fan engagement at Super Bowl LI [...]

Older adults embracing ‘living apart together’

Since 1990, the divorce rate among adults 50 years and older has doubled. This trend, along with longer life expectancy, has resulted in many adults forming new partnerships later in life. A new phenomenon called ‘Living [...]

Researchers Create 3-D Beating Heart

Matters of the heart can be complicated, but York University scientists have found a way to create 3D heart tissue that beats in synchronized harmony, like a heart in love, that will lead to better understanding [...]

Teens Vapers at Greater Risk for risk for Future Cigarette Smoking

Among high school seniors who have never smoked a cigarette, those who vape are more than four times more likely to smoke a cigarette in the following year than their peers who do not vape. Part [...]

Jet lag impairs performance of Major League Baseball players

Major League Baseball (MLB) managers trying to find an edge should pay close attention to their players’ body clocks, according to a new Northwestern University study of how jet lag affects MLB players traveling across just [...]

Lung ultrasound can help doctors see other diseases that mask as lethal clots in lung

A pretest risk stratification enhanced by ultrasound of lung and venous performs better than Wells score in the early diagnostic process of pulmonary embolism (PE). That is the main finding of a study to be published [...]

Meal planning, timing, may impact heart health

Planning when to eat meals and snacks and not skipping breakfast, are patterns associated with healthier diets, which could reduce cardiovascular disease risk, according to a new scientific statement published in the American Heart Association journal [...]

Stem cell secretions may protect against glaucoma

A new study in rats shows that stem cell secretions, called exosomes, appear to protect cells in the retina, the light-sensitive tissue in the back of the eye. The findings, published in Stem Cells Translational Medicine, [...]