Nearly 93 percent of National Football League athletes who sustained traumatic injuries to the midfoot returned to competition less than 15 months after injury and with no statistically significant decrease in performance, according to new research from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. —> Read More
A new study from researchers at NYU Langone’s Hospital for Joint Diseases identifies common causes of hospital readmissions following total hip and knee arthoplasty procedures among patients involved in a Bundled Payment Care Initiative. By finding these common causes, researchers believe quality can be increased and hospital costs decreased. —> Read More
Springer jumps into sham submissions arms race —> Read More
An official investigation into an accident last February at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant has concluded that cat litter is the culprit. Organic material in the litter caused a drum to burst.
Young adolescents’ judgements on how risky a situation might be are most influenced by what other teenagers think, while most other age groups are more influenced by adults’ views, finds new UCL research.For the study, published in Psychological Science, 563 visitors to the London Science Museum were asked to rate the riskiness of everyday situations such as crossing a road on a red light or taking a shortcut through a dark alley. —> Read More
Science News reports on detection of particle entanglement in a beam of squeezed light. ICFO researchers were able to observe effects of entanglement monogamy, where particles can be strongly entangled only if they have few entanglement partners. —> Read More
China’s endangered Ili Pika goes viral —> Read More
Tinder hack makes hundreds of straight men flirt with each other – and entertaining conversation follows
A California-based hacker, who is named only as Patrick, created a program which worked by luring in two men who ‘like’ one of his fake profiles and matching them to each other instead. —> Read More
In the northern part of the Earth this observation photo was taken from the International Space Station by members of the Expedition 43 crew on Mar. 23, 2015.
The various organisms living in homes and other indoor spaces rarely has been researched, with sparse studies of rodents and German cockroaches, Cornell researchers say. —> Read More