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New analysis addresses fear of cancer recurrence

After undergoing treatment for cancer, patients may worry that the disease will recur. An analysis of published studies indicates that fear of cancer recurrence may lead to an increased use of healthcare resources–such as more visits to see physicians and greater use of medications–by cancer survivors. The analysis, which is published in Psycho-Oncology, also found…

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Analysis: Why corporate net-zero ambitions rest on China and U.S. delivering their climate accord

The announcement at the weekend that the U.S. and China will rise above strained relations over issues like human rights to work together on climate change was a huge boost for hopes for meaningful increase in ambition at critical climate talks in Glasgow later this year.A man and a child look at a BMW X7…

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New analysis finds Spotted Owls harmed by post-fire logging, not fire

A federally threatened Spotted Owl in Arizona. Spotted owls benefit from Forest fires, but are harmed by post-fire logging, often called ‘salvage’ or ‘restoration’ by the US Forest Service. Credit: Derek Lee Are forest fires a threat to the imperiled Spotted Owl? For years, different groups of scientists assumed so, but a new study turns…

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Analysis: Countries seek more Moderna, Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 shots as concerns mount over rival vaccines

Signs and age groups are shown for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines at a vaccination center as California opens up vaccine eligibility to any residents 16 years and older during the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Chula Vista, California, U.S., April 15, 2021. REUTERS/Mike BlakeWealthy governments are looking to COVID-19 shots from Pfizer Inc…

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Analysis: Baylor’s strengths shine in title-game blowout

You could have turned off the national championship after about three minutes and had a good idea how the game went.On Baylor’s first possession, Mark Vital missed a shot, got his own rebound, missed again, got his own rebound again — and eventually Davion Mitchell made a jumper. The next time the Bears had the…

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Evaluation: Biden Policies Are’Primary Cause’ of Illegal Immigration Surge

President Joe Biden’s policies are the “primary cause” of the current surge of illegal immigration to the United States, analysis states. Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) Director of Research Steven Camarota reviewed illegal immigration levels from years past and found, despite Biden’s claims, the current surge is not merely the “usual seasonal bump,” as the Washington…

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ANALYSIS: Biden Is Busy Battling Republicans — And Ignoring A Growing Threat To His Left

March 24, 2021 4:16 PM ET President Joe Biden may have won the battle in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, now turning his efforts to battle with the GOP. However, progressives are still trying to win the Democratic Party’s internal war.

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Analysis: Assessing Seahawks’ Offensive Position Groups After First Week of Free Agency

Sticking with status quo, general manager John Schneider and the Seahawks didn’t necessarily make any splashy signings during the first week of free agency. However, the franchise did address several positions of need, including upgrading the offensive line with a trade for veteran guard Gabe Jackson.With one week of free agency in the books, here’s…

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AI analysis of how bacteria attack could help predict infection outcomes

Insights into how bacterial proteins work as a network to take control of our cells could help predict infection outcomes and develop new treatments.

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Analysis: A couple of days off are what LeBron James wants

The Los Angeles Lakers don’t resume their season until Friday, a day or two later than most clubs, and that was a very smart move by the NBA schedule-makers. For the Lakers, and for the NBA, these few days are critical. This is LeBron James’ time to recharge.