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Projects currently housed at Jinkle.Com
Disability411.Com - The Podcast for Disability Professionals
Disability 411 Podcast
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OMGCissp.com
(not yet updated for 2020 exam)
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(Research)
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DoNotVoteFromFear.Org
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  Science headlines

Post-COVID pain or weakness? Request an ultrasound or MRI
Posted on Tuesday December 01, 2020

A new study shows how advanced imaging technology can pinpoint what may have caused patients' nerve damage and help determine the best course of treatment.

Transportation of water into the deep Earth by Al-phase D
Posted on Tuesday December 01, 2020

Researchers have recently measured the propagation speed of ultrasonic waves in an aluminum-rich hydrous mineral called Al-phase D at pressure conditions relevant to the Earth's deep mantle. Their results suggest that seismic shear anomalies observed locally beneath subduction zones may reveal the presence of hydrous minerals in the uppermost lower mantle, which would have important implications for the Earth's interior because hydrogen affects considerably the physical and chemical properties of mantle minerals.

Children with dyslexia show stronger emotional responses
Posted on Tuesday December 01, 2020

Children diagnosed with dyslexia show greater emotional reactivity than children without dyslexia, according to a new collaborative study.

Older adults in wealthier countries drink more alcohol
Posted on Tuesday December 01, 2020

A new global study finds older people in wealthy countries consume more alcohol than their counterparts in middle-income countries, on average, although a higher cost of alcohol is associated with less frequent drinking. Across counties, people drink less as they get older, but at different rates and starting points.

Warning signs over effectiveness of HIV 'wonder drug' in sub-Saharan Africa
Posted on Tuesday December 01, 2020

Dolutegravir, the current first-line treatment for HIV, may not be as effective as hoped in sub-Saharan Africa, suggests new research published on World AIDS Day. The study finds that this so-called 'wonder drug' may be less effective in patients resistant to older drugs.

AI predicts which drug combinations kill cancer cells
Posted on Tuesday December 01, 2020

A machine learning model can help us treat cancer more effectively.

New device offers faster way to detect antibiotic-resistant bacteria
Posted on Tuesday December 01, 2020

A new device for faster testing of antibiotic-resistant bacteria has been developed.

Lab results don't explain 'obesity paradox,' but bias may
Posted on Tuesday December 01, 2020

Results of standard laboratory tests performed on adult outpatients to provide an overall picture of their health are fairly consistent between those with obesity and their leaner counterparts, investigators report.

'Anti-antibiotic' allows for use of antibiotics without driving resistance
Posted on Tuesday December 01, 2020

An inexpensive, FDA-approved drug -- cholestyramine -- taken in conjunction with an antibiotic prevents the antibiotic from driving antimicrobial resistance, according to new research.

New theory on 'Venus' figurines
Posted on Tuesday December 01, 2020

One of world's earliest examples of art, the enigmatic `Venus' figurines carved some 30,000 years ago, have intrigued and puzzled scientists for nearly two centuries. Now a researcher believes he's gathered enough evidence to solve the mystery behind these curious totems.


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