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Early spring rain boosts methane from thawing permafrost by 30 percent
Arctic permafrost is thawing as the Earth warms due to climate change.
Early onset type 1 diabetes linked to heart disease, shorter life
People with type 1 diabetes have a much greater risk of serious heart problems and early death, especially if they were diagnosed before age 10, new research suggests.
Early trauma a risk factor for depression in adults with head/neck cancer
Among individuals with head and neck cancer (HNC), those who experienced childhood trauma were more likely to have advanced cancer and to experience symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Early childhood education critical for students in poverty
A lack of access to early education can leave children living in poverty far behind their peers.
Ibuprofen taken in early pregnancy could affect daughter's fertility
Ibuprofen taken by women in their first three months of pregnancy might reduce a daughter’s number of eggs, potentially affecting the child’s future fertility, according to research carried out on human cells in the lab.
Anti-epileptic drug in early pregnancy increases oral cleft risk in babies
Women taking the commonly used anti-epileptic drug topiramate during early pregnancy are more likely to give birth to a baby with an oral cleft, a major US study has found.
Study: Early puberty in girls may take mental health toll
A girl who gets her first menstrual period early in life — possibly as young as seven — has a greater risk for developing depression and antisocial behaviors that last at least into her 20s, a new study suggested.
Education inequality in US starts early
Upper-middle-class American professionals spend a lot on their children's education and development. That fact — hardly news to anyone who has spent time with such parents — has gotten a lot of media attention lately, thanks to a new book by Brookings scholar Richard Reeves and a David Brooks column.
Early universe 'fireworks' challenge notions of how stars form
Researchers using the Hubble Space Telescope have discovered an ancient galaxy (formed 2.7 billion years after the Big Bang) with two dozen star nurseries measuring 'just' 200 to 300 light years across. That sounds big, but scientists had expected that early universe star-forming regions had to be enormous, at 3,000 light years across or larger, reported.
Why bad breath could be an early sign of heart disease
Heart disease is Britain's biggest killer, and sleepless nights and living near a busy road are just some of the factors known to up your risk.
Early hip fracture surgery will save hundreds of lives
Hundreds of lives could be saved if patients with hip fractures were operated on in under 24 hours, a new study revealed.
Staying positive can slash risk of early death
A positive outlook could be the key to a longer life, said a study. Being able to enjoy yourself as the years advance is linked to a lower death rate, researchers found.
Evidence suggests impact craters were cradles for early life
Archeologists and anthropologists credit Mesopotamia as the cradle of civilization. New research suggests the cradle of early life may have been a crater.
Student develops smartphone app for early autism detection
An undergraduate student has developed a mobile method parents may be able to use to screen their children for early signs of autism spectrum disorder.

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