Pain-based weather forecasts could influence behavior

For individuals who experience chronic pain, weather can be a significant factor in their day-to-day plans. In a recent study from the University of Georgia published in the International Journal of Biometeorology, about ...

Health informatics

Health care workers were at highest COVID risk in workplace

U.S. health care workers were most likely to be infected with COVID-19 at work during the pandemic's first year, according to a new study that challenges previous research suggesting their risk was highest off the job.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Social phobia amid COVID-19 pandemic? You're not alone

The trend of increased social phobia in the modern era, especially among youth, has become a topic that researchers have been pursuing and tackling in the long term. Simultaneously, almost three years after the outbreak of ...

Oncology & Cancer

AI accurately predicts cancer outcomes from tissue samples

Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have developed a novel artificial intelligence (AI) model that analyzes the spatial arrangement of cells in tissue samples. This innovative approach, detailed in Nature Communications, ...

page 2 from 40