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NCBI ROFL: Study finds that watching 3D movies makes 54.8% of people want to vomit.

Methods and Findings A prospective carryover observational study was designed to assess the effect of exposure (3D vs. 2D movie views) on self reported symptoms of visually induced motion sickness. Th... read more

High patient satisfaction rates after 'Adam's apple' reduction surgery

But plastic surgeons performing this procedure must balance the cosmetic results against the need for caution to prevent irreversible voice changes, according to the outcomes study by Jeffrey ... duri... read more

Learning to read is learning how to live

Getting your children to read does far more than improve their test results - it also teaches them invaluable life lessons about morality and empathy, writes Kevin Donnelly. For parents, the good news ... read more

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"Piltdown" medicine: Andrew Wakefield's scientific fraud was worse than previously thought

Deer begins, as he began one of his news stories before, with the testimony of a parent of one of the 12 children that Wakefield included in his study: Mr 11, an American engineer, looked again at the ... read more

Novel 3-D simulation technology helps surgical residents train more effectively

Each surgeon assessed and managed a series of virtual patients via this 3D interactive surgical ... the research team plans to study how the implementation of this novel simulation technology will imp... read more

Study: “Third-Hand Smoke” Sticks Around & Produces New Carcinogens

However, they also caution that there needs to be more research into third-hand smoke, and note that the study doesn’t indicate that homes and couches that smell of smoke could potentially cause cance... read more

Exercise and Cancer

I was diagnosed with breast cancer on 11 February ... I'd advise someone with cancer who'd like to exercise, who doesn't have access to a program such as this, find an exercise physiologist. When you ... read more

M.D. Anderson enters the blogosphere--and goes woo

He learned to decrease pain and improve performance when he paid attention to how his ... Or not: Maybe this will help: When she works with a student, Smith says, she doesn't dwell on what hurts or wh... read more

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