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Surprisingly, heart attack patients live as long — or even longer — on one-fourth the suggested dose .
Research team is first to identify surface ‘roughness’ required to achieve amazing feat.
Results from Northwestern in Qatar’s (NU-Q) groundbreaking “Media Use in the Middle East” survey show how things are changing
W. M. Keck Foundation grant supports development of ultra-sensitive camera
Consumers rely too much on sunscreen SPF values, confused by terminology
Humans are able to learn abstract relations even before the first year of life
Changes in chromosomes years before cancer diagnosis could yield biomarker to predict cancer
National survey explores how and why teens use online health information and digital tools
Northwestern investigators used “big data” tools to classify for the first time three distinct categories of one cardiac syndrome called HFpEF
Material could be used one day to destroy stockpiles of deadly chemical weapons.