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Dysfunctional Gene May Be Culprit in Some Crohn’s Disease Cases

Scripps Research Institute

The scientists hope understanding how immune cells adapt as they enter different tissues will spur the design of better, more specific, medicines.

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The Most “Wonderful” Time for Movies: SJU Filmmaker Discusses Timeless Christmas Cinema

Saint Joseph's University

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Decisions, Decisions: FSU Experts Available to Comment on Trending Topics in 21st Century Caregiving

Florida State University

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The Not So Sweet Side of Christmas

University of Warwick

A new video by the University of Warwick highlights a bitter side to our sugar consumption at Christmas. The short film highlights how excessive consumption of sugar can affect our health – and how the sugar trade in the past and today has caused inequality and bloodshed.Today Britons eat too much sugar, on average 10 per cent of our daily calories come from sugar which is equivalent to 60 g per day; however WHO guidelines state that adults should eat no more than of 30g of sugar a day which is just five per cent of our daily calorific intake.

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Families Who Argue During the Holidays May Be Less Biased

Virginia Tech

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Psychological Effects of Amtrak Crash During Holidays Could Be Severe

University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Are Parents Doing Enough to Prepare “Substitute” Babysitters Over the Holidays?

Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

Parents may underestimate the importance of preparing new sitters for common scenarios like injuries or more serious emergencies.

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Six Tips to Survive Holiday Stress

Loyola University Health System

how to cope with stress over the holiday month.

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10 Tips to Safeguard Your Kids' Toys Against Hackers this Holiday Season

Vanderbilt University

Web-based toys create a new set of security risks, M. Eric Johnson, a widely recognized IT security researcher and dean of Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management, gives practical tips to protect your family.

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Turning ‘Give Me’ Into ‘Give Ye’

Rowan University

Ads for the latest toy or gadget captivate kids and pin parents between tight budgets and the desire to fulfill their children's wishes. Dr. Jennifer Caudle offers tips on helping to limit those wish lists and on reminding children this is also the season for giving.

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