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Article ID: 24463

Communism in Film

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

With a bevy of summer comedies on the way, an Arkansas researcher points out how Communist themes have invaded many movie plotlines. Not to worry, though, they're there to soothe not subvert.

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Article ID: 24462

Doctors and Patients Want New Treatments for Erectile Dysfunction

Fleishman-Hillard, Kansas City

Survey finds men want medication that allows them to complete sexual intercourse; definition of "complete" includes partner's orgasm.

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Article ID: 24414

Quality of Life Study of Patients with Clinically Localized Prostate Cancer

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

Results of a prospective health-related quality of life study on prostate cancer patients was presented at the American Urological Association meeting by the associate professor of urology and director of urologic oncology at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.

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Article ID: 24441

Fishing and Seafood Industries Contribute Billions to New York's Economy

National Sea Grant College Program

The seafood, commercial fishing and sport fishing industries in New York generate a total of $11.5 billion worth of economic activity annually in the state says a report from New York Sea Grant based at the University at Stony Brook.

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Article ID: 24438

Naval Secrets of D-Day Landing Emerging From Coastal Depths

National Sea Grant College Program

Fifty-seven years after the Allies landed at Normandy and liberated Europe, a team of nautical archaeologists is surveying wreckage off the Omaha and Utah beaches in hopes of learning more about what happened in the naval operations supporting the Allied invasion beginning on D-Day, June 6, 1944.

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Article ID: 24326

Personal Choices Yield Long Life

American Psychiatric Association (APA)

Living to a happy ripe old age may be a matter of personal choice, say Harvard researchers.

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Conservation Efforts Should Move Beyond Genetic Diversity

National Science Foundation (NSF)

A study of climate-induced evolutionary change in a California intertidal snail suggests that conservation plans for protecting endangered or threatened species should not focus exclusively on genetic diversity.

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Article ID: 24460

What Space Needs: The Human Touch

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

NASA's Human Exploration and Development of Space enterprise tackles one of the toughest and most redeeming problems of all: sending humans into space.

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Article ID: 24459

Labor Induction in Overdue Pregnancies Does Not Lead to More Caesarean Sections

UT Southwestern Medical Center

Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas have shown that labor induction alone does not increase the probability of Caesarean section in pregnant women who exceed their due date.

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Article ID: 24458

Women Should Have Regular Pap Smears Regardless of Sex Partner's Gender

University of Washington

Some women who have sex with other women may be risking their health because they may not have Pap smears as often as other women.

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