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Study Tests If 'Gluten-Free' Is Always True

More than half of gluten-free pizza and pasta in restaurants tested positive for gluten.

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New Project Brings Together Neuroscience and Economics

Study combines mathematical models and brain-monitoring techniques to gain greater insight into how our brains seek information.

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The Case Against Vaccine Religious Exemptions
Forty-seven states currently permit religious exemptions from vaccines, though the Constitution does not require them to do so.
The hippocampus of a female mouse that has been genetically engineered to overproduce TIA1 protein.
The hippocampus of a female mouse that has been genetically engineered to overproduce TIA1 protein.
Scientists Identify Gene That Keeps PTSD-like Behavior at Bay in Female Mice

Columbia study highlights key role this gene plays in essential biological processes and offers promising new target for combating PTSD.

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