Psychology & Psychiatry

COVID and racism cause nurses of color to face 'dual pandemic'

In a phenomenon that researchers are calling a "dual pandemic" because of the severity of the impact of coupled factors, a Rutgers School of Nursing research study has found that non-white nurses are suffering disproportionately ...

Oncology & Cancer

Tissue-engineered prostate tumours shed light on cancer spread

The international team led by Dr. Jacqui McGovern, from the Centre for Biomedical Technologies, used tissue engineering and regenerative medicine principles to create primary tumors with their microenvironment and humanized ...

Medical research

Nose's response to odors more than just a simple sum of parts

Take a sniff of a freshly poured glass of wine, and the prevailing scientific thinking would suggest that the harmony of fragrances involves sensory receptors in the nose simply adding up the individual odors they encounter. ...

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