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How do painkillers actually kill pain? From ibuprofen to fentanyl, it’s...

Rebecca Seal, University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences and Benedict Alter, University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Without the ability to...

Skin grafts for burns injuries can lead to crippling scars –...

Kellen Chen, University of Arizona The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.

What is that rash? Genetic fingerprints can help doctors diagnose and...

Raymond J. Cho, University of California, San Francisco Rashes can be thought of as a dysfunctional community of skin...

Colorful sweets may look tasty, but some researchers question whether synthetic...

Lorne J. Hofseth, University of South Carolina Early-onset colorectal cancer incidence among the young, defined as those under age...

Why prescription drugs can work differently for different people

C. Michael White, University of Connecticut Different people taking the same drug can have markedly different responses to the...

Why we missed hugs

Kory Floyd, University of Arizona Rose Gagnon could not hug her grandchildren for several months. Not...

They don’t come as pills, but try these 6 underprescribed lifestyle...

Yoram Vodovotz, University of Pittsburgh and Michael Parkinson, University of Pittsburgh The majority of Americans are stressed, sleep-deprived and overweight and suffer from largely preventable...

CRISPR can help combat the troubling immune response against gene therapy

Samira Kiani, University of Pittsburgh One of the major challenges facing gene therapy - a way to treat disease by replacing a patient’s defective genes...

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Reduced sentencing for nonviolent criminals: What does the public think?

Kevin Wozniak, University of Massachusetts Boston Partisan politics in Washington has found a new victim: criminal justice reform. Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa is trying...