Saturday, February 29, 2020

Limited eating times could be a new way to fight obesity and diabetes

Satchin Panda, University of California San Diego and Pam Taub, University of California San Diego People with obesity, high blood sugar, high blood pressure or...

Hangovers happen as your body tries to protect itself from alcohol’s toxic effects

Daryl Davies, University of Southern California; Joshua Silva, University of Southern California, and Terry David Church, University of Southern California Debaucherous evening last night? You’re...

Tracking your heart rate?

Anne R. Crecelius, University of Dayton The rise of wearable fitness trackers has increased the number of people monitoring their heart rate, both throughout the...

Growing evidence links Vitamin E to vaping injuries

Cosby Stone, Vanderbilt University The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently announced a preliminary finding that implicates a vitamin E additive as the potential...
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How does a piece of bread cause a migraine?

Lauren Green, University of Southern California Migraine is the third most prevalent illness in the world and causes suffering for tens of millions of people....
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Rural Americans struggle for health care access

Simon F. Haeder, Pennsylvania State University Living in rural America certainly comes with a number of benefits. There is less crime, access to the outdoors,...
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Why your generic drugs may not be safe and the FDA may be too...

C. Michael White, University of Connecticut Generic prescription drugs have saved the U.S. about US$1.7 trillion over the past decade. The Food and Drug Administration...
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Why it can be hard to stop eating even when you’re full: Some foods...

Tera Fazzino, University of Kansas and Kaitlyn Rohde, University of Kansas All foods are not created equal. Most are palatable, or tasty to eat, which...

Permanent hair dye and straighteners may increase breast cancer risk

Scientists at the National Institutes of Health found that women who use permanent hair dye and chemical hair straighteners have a higher risk of...
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Newly identified flu antibodies could improve vaccines and treatments

Original Publication: 11/05/2019 - National Institutes of Health Each year, millions of people get influenza, or flu. During the 2017-2018 flu season, 959,000 people in...

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