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A new study from UCLA reveals snowfall in the Los Angeles-area mountains will be 30 to 40 percent lower by mid-century than it was at the end of the 20th century.
Progesterone, a female hormone that can be used as a therapy for endometrial cancer, eliminates tumor cells indirectly by binding to its receptor in stromal or connective tissue cells residing in the tumor microenvironment.
In a study devoted to comparing the different types of gestures of infant apes and a human, psychologists analyzed video of the three to find remarkable similarities among the species.
People who engage in healthy behaviors are less likely to complain about memory-related issues later on in life, experts from UCLA and the Gallup organization report in a new study.
The first evidence that bacteria ingested in food can affect brain function in humans has been found by a group of researchers. In a study, scientists found that women who consume probiotic-rich yogurt may have altered brain function.
While the weather can affect a person’s mood, life scientists at UCLA have offered new evidence that climate change could affect interaction between species.
According to new research in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), average temperatures in central China are 10 to 14 degrees Fahrenheit hotter today than they were during the last ice age 20,000 years ago.
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