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Depression in Alzheimer’s has different risk factors than those without the disease

Alzheimer's disease is more common in older adults with dementia.

World-first experimental wormhole to help unravel the deepest mysteries of the universe

One of the first practical applications of the much-hyped but little-used quantum computing technology.

Sea temperatures control the distribution of European marine fish

Study highlights the importance of temperature in determining where fish species are found.

A new toolkit to improve the quality of hip fracture care

Patients will benefit from new guidelines on hip fracture services.

Biodiversity loss caused ecological collapse after the “Great Dying”

Biodiversity loss could lead to ecological collapse.

Study found a link between depression and immune response

Each study was quality checked and only high-quality studies were included.

Scientists identify how repeated cocaine use increases the addictiveness

The brain structures are responsible for compulsive drug-seeking behaviors due to repeated use of cocaine.

Bristol team refines precision of medical needles in surgical simulation

A way of improving the accuracy of medical needle use in surgical simulation.

Scientists have discovered the toughest known material at ultra-cold temperatures

It can be potentially used as structural or load-bearing components for many potential applications.

Human-made noise impacts dolphins working simultaneously, study

Dolphins working collaboratively are less successful in the presence of sound generated by humans.

Childhood BMI has limited effects on mood and behavioral disorders

Child body weight is unlikely to have a big impact on children's mood or behavioural disorders.

Scientists discovered what the earliest dinosaurs like to eat

The earliest dinosaurs included carnivorous, omnivorous, and herbivorous species.

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