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University of Toronto research has found that purple loosestrife – an invasive species that competes with native plants for light and nutrients and can degrade habitats for wildlife – has evolved extremely rapidly, flowering about three weeks earlier as it has spread to northern Ontario.
Normally muscles contract in order to support the body, but in a rare condition known as cataplexy the body's muscles "fall asleep" and become involuntarily paralyzed.
Two new studies have revealed readily-detectable, early-warning signs of neurological impairment.
Women with a history of childhood physical abuse are more likely to become obese adults.
The growth of deadly plaque inside the walls of arteries may not happen as scientists believed.