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4 Dec 2022

Emergency rooms dealing with a surge in respiratory illnesses, flu, and COVID - WABC

According to the CDC, 44 states have reported high or very high flu activity last week.

Source: WABC-TV

4 Dec 2022

Statins' success may be fuelling obesity crisis by discouraging patients from losing weight

Around eight million Britons take statins to lower their cholesterol, and up to nine million are on medications to lower blood pressure. But it may distract people from tackling their waistlines.

Source: Daily Mail

4 Dec 2022

Why are so many people sick right now?

One week after the Thanksgiving holiday, and chances are good that you are sniffling, coughing or feeling a little scratch in your throat. What’s behind the seemingly omnipresent illness?

Source: fox8.com

4 Dec 2022

CDC Alert: 44 States Experiencing High Levels of Respiratory Illness

Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that influenza is on the rise across the United States, and 44 states are experiencing high levels. The agency said that 31 U.S. jurisdictions, which include territories and the District of …

Source: Theepochtimes.com

4 Dec 2022

How I’m Staying in Shape by Turning My Daily Stroll Into Hard Exercise

There are tricks you can use to transform leisurely walks into intense exercise: walking up hills, carrying a weighted backpack, and working in a few sprints.

Source: MarketWatch

4 Dec 2022

Come down with a bug? Use DailyMail.com's guide to tell whether it's Covid, flu or RSV

DailyMail.com created a guide to inform Americans which respiratory virus is responsible for any flu-like symptoms they may be feeling this winter, whether a cold, RSV or COVID-19.

Source: Daily Mail

4 Dec 2022

Scientists Are Trying to Create Male Contraceptives

Recent research has revealed that scientists are trying to create male contraceptives. Birth control and Contraceptives has mostly revolved around women, with men mostly excluded from the discussion. But the hunt is on, for male contraceptives, as evident fro…

Source: Themorningnews.com

4 Dec 2022

Stanford Researchers Find COVID-19 Pandemic Stress Physically Aged Teens’ Brains

The brains of adolescents who were assessed after the COVID pandemic shutdowns ended appeared several years older than those of teens who were assessed before the pandemic. Until now, such accelerated changes in “brain age” have only been seen in children exp…

Source: SciTechDaily

4 Dec 2022

These Are Signs That Your Dog Is Allergic to People

Is your dog sick, or dealing with a human allergy?

Source: Lifehacker.com

4 Dec 2022

Covid hospitalizations rising post-Thanksgiving after an autumn lull

A post-Thanksgiving uptick in covid-19 patients at U.S. hospitals is arriving even as health systems contend with waves of feverish, coughing people stricken...

Source: The Washington Post

4 Dec 2022

How my brother's suicide changed my practice as a psychologist.

Three years later, I’m still reexamining my practice, unlearning much of what I studied in graduate school.

Source: Slate Magazine

4 Dec 2022

Exercise may increase the effectiveness of your Covid-19 vaccine, a new study found: Here's how to get the most benefit

New research suggests that exercise is associated with higher effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccines and more protection from severe outcomes. Here's what we know.

Source: CNBC

4 Dec 2022

'Tripledemic': What to know about COVID-19, flu, RSV in the St. Louis area

Source: YouTube

4 Dec 2022

Flu Hospitalizations are Rising. Here is Who is Most at Risk. — Eat This Not That

Flu season arrived early this year, and combined with RSV and COVID-19, caused a perfect storm of sickness ahead of schedule.

Source: Eatthis.com

4 Dec 2022

4 Common Medications That Spike Your Dementia Risk, According to a Pharmacist

These drugs can have a serious effect on your brain health.

Source: Best Life

4 Dec 2022

Why You Can't Find Wegovy, the Weight-Loss Drug

Novo Nordisk underestimated demand for drug that went viral on TikTok and YouTube

Source: The Wall Street Journal

4 Dec 2022

Scientific Weight Loss Study: Green Mediterranean Diet Reduces Twice As Much Visceral Fat

The Green Mediterranean diet reduces twice as much visceral fat as the Mediterranean diet. Reducing visceral fat is the true goal of weight loss. The green Mediterranean diet (MED) significantly reduces visceral adipose tissue, a type of fat around internal o…

Source: SciTechDaily

4 Dec 2022

Explained: Why vitamin D deficiency is very high in Kashmir? Study sheds light

Many factors can cause vitamin D deficiency including insufficient exposure to sunlight and lack of vitamin D-rich foods in your diet. Other reasons could be your kidneys' inability to convert vitamin D into its active form and because your digestive tract ca…

Source: The Times of India

4 Dec 2022

Johns Hopkins Researchers Have Identified a Potential New Treatment Target for Sleep Apnea

According to a recent mouse study, the target is an ion channel that has been already shown to impact blood pressure in obese mice. According to Johns Hopkins Medicine scientists, a recent study with obese mice adds to evidence that specialized channel protei…

Source: SciTechDaily

4 Dec 2022

New contraceptive for male excites experts

Source: The Punch

4 Dec 2022

Hospitals juggle 'tripledemic' as hospitalization numbers rise

The number of COVID-19 cases in Illinois is expected to hit a nearly 10-month high by next week.

Source: YouTube

4 Dec 2022

The 3 Most Effective Aphrodisiacs To Make A Man Fall For You

For men and women trying to increase their sex drive, natural aphrodisiac foods are a great way to stimulate the necessary neurochemicals, so here are 3 types of aphrodisiacs essential for increasing male or female libido quickly.

Source: YourTango

4 Dec 2022

‘Tripledemic’: What to know about COVID-19, flu, RSV in the St. Louis area

A trio of diseases (COVID-19, Influenza, RSV) are rising throughout the United States, including the St. Louis region. It’s a trend many have dubbed “tripledemic” as winter draws closer.

Source: KTVI Fox 2 St. Louis

4 Dec 2022

Galamsey menace stoking new HIV infection rate — Dr Atuahene

Source: Google News

3 Dec 2022

Palm e-Tattoo Can Tell When You’re Stressed Out

A newly developed "e-tattoo" monitors electrodermal activity, revealing when a person is experiencing elevated stress levels. The "tattoo" attaches to the user's palm and connects to a smartwatch.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

3 Dec 2022

US plans end to mpox public health emergency in January

The federal government plans to end in January the public health emergency it declared earlier this year after an outbreak of mpox infected more than 29,000 ...

Source: AOL

3 Dec 2022

Spinal tap test offers new hope to patients with early dementia

A spinal tap, currently undergoing a pilot study, uses a long needle to remove fluid from the spinal cord and has been proved to correctly identify 90 per cent of dementia cases.

Source: Daily Mail

3 Dec 2022

Health officials: Westerville store exposed to measles Thursday - NBC4 WCMH

WESTERVILLE, Ohio (WCMH) — A fourth public location in central Ohio has been listed by Columbus Public Health as being exposed to measles. CPH announced Saturday afternoon that they are investigating a confirmed case of measles that visited the Dollar Tree st…

Source: NBC4 WCMH-TV

3 Dec 2022

Flu season intensifies; Oregon reports ‘very high’ activity

Health officials say 7.5% of outpatient medical visits last week were due to flu-like illnesses. That’s as high as the peak of the 2017-18 flu season and higher than any season since. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 44 states, including Or…

Source: OregonLive

3 Dec 2022

7 die from flu in WA; activity ‘very high’

Source: Google News

3 Dec 2022

Scientists Just Caught Bacteria Using a Never-Before-Seen Trick to Avoid Antibiotics

Researchers have just caught bacteria sidestepping antibiotic treatment with a never-before-seen trick.

Source: ScienceAlert

3 Dec 2022

44 states experiencing high levels of respiratory illness

Source: Google News

3 Dec 2022

44 states experiencing high levels of respiratory illness

Source: Google News

3 Dec 2022

‘Fit and healthy’ mother who fought thyroid cancer at 27 shares 4 symptoms she ignored

Christina McKnight, now 35, thought little of her symptoms and was only diagnosed after her husband ‘forced’ her to see a doctor

Source: Independent

3 Dec 2022

What to know about the new bivalent COVID-19 booster and how to get it in Athens

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the updated bivalent COVID-19 vaccine as a single dose booster on Aug. 31.

Source: Redandblack.com

3 Dec 2022

U.S. COVID cases are climbing again as new omicron variants spread

Cases are higher in 40 states, led by Oklahoma, where they have risen 89% in two weeks

Source: MarketWatch

3 Dec 2022

As COVID-19 spikes in California, booster shots could make all the difference

With coronavirus cases and hospitalizations rising in Los Angeles County, officials are voicing new confidence in the effectiveness of the updated COVID-19...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

3 Dec 2022

A Dermatologist Tells Us How Peptides Support Collagen And Tighten Sagging Skin

Source: Google News

3 Dec 2022

A Dermatologist Tells Us How Peptides Support Collagen And Tighten Sagging Skin

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, and it promotes skin elasticity and a supple, radiant complexion. When creating a healthy skincare...

Source: SheFinds

3 Dec 2022

5 Root Vegetables To Add To Your Diet To Control Your Blood Sugar Level

Root Vegetables not just improve the immunity system, but they can also help in lowering your blood sugar level.

Source: News18

3 Dec 2022

Here's What a COVID-19 Headache Feels Like

A headache is a common COVID-19 symptom. Here's what it feels like, and more importantly, how to get relief from a COVID-19 headache.

Source: GoodHousekeeping.com

3 Dec 2022

Which diet is best for me? DailyMail.com weighs the pros and cons of seven top fad diets

DailyMail.com dug deep into seven popular fad diets to find which is best, and what benefit each can provide to you - and what risks each one comes with over time.

Source: Daily Mail

3 Dec 2022

How Far Should You Walk to Improve Your Health? You Won't Like the Answer.

A study that looked for associations between step count and disease found the biggest protections against most diseases among those who walked close to 10,000 steps a day. For example, the research found that increasing your step count to 10,000 from 6,000 re…

Source: Barron's

3 Dec 2022

Penn scientists made a universal flu vaccine using mRNA, and they plan to test it in humans

The vaccine relies on messenger RNA (mRNA), just like the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for COVID.

Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

3 Dec 2022

These Are Actually The Best Superfoods To Eat For Weight Loss, Nutritionists Say

Health experts say these 2 nutrient-dense foods should be a staple in your diet if you want to lose weight. Learn more on SheFinds.

Source: SheFinds

3 Dec 2022

Respiratory illnesses spiking in Colorado

Respiratory illnesses on the rise in CO

Source: KKTV 11 News

3 Dec 2022

Mysterious Tendrils Inside The Brain May Control Our Perception of Time

Tiny antenna-like organelles once thought to be holdovers from our ancient past appear to play a crucial role in keeping track of time, according to a recent study on mice by researchers from the University of California, Irvine (UCI), in the US.

Source: ScienceAlert

3 Dec 2022

Traffic Pollution Has Been Associated With an Increased Risk of Dementia

The meta-analysis reviewed 17 studies studying traffic-related air pollution. According to a meta-analysis recently published in Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, higher exposure to a certain type of traffic-related air poll…

Source: SciTechDaily

3 Dec 2022

12 People Who Should Never Drink Coffee

Are you one of them?

Source: Eatthis.com

3 Dec 2022

This Dietary Supplement is Making its Rounds as a Sleep Aid. Here's How it Works

Research says GABA can help you fall asleep without making you feel groggy the next morning.

Source: CNET

2 Dec 2022

California mom speaks out after losing infant son to RSV complications

Once he tested positive for RSV, William Myers - only a few weeks old - was airlifted to another hospital and intubated. He died just three days later.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

2 Dec 2022

California mom speaks out after losing infant son to RSV complications

Once he tested positive for RSV, William Myers - only a few weeks old - was airlifted to another hospital and intubated. He died just three days later.

Source: Fox News

2 Dec 2022

Swedish scientist behind Alzheimer's drug has big ambitions

Lars Lannfelt had a key role in developing a drug that has shown some promise in tackling Alzheimer’s

Source: Financial Times

2 Dec 2022

New Drug a Hopeful Advance for Incurable Neurodegenerative Myelin Diseases

Riluzole, an FDA-approved drug to treat ALS, can, in part, correct the molecular cause of some leukodystrophies.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

2 Dec 2022

U.S. facing threat of a “tripledemic” this winter

KSNF/KODE — Just when we thought the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic was over, experts are warning that a “tripledemic” is heading our way this winter. This trio of viral threats includes respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), influenza (flu), and COVID. Many chil…

Source: Fox 59

2 Dec 2022

Autism-Linked Gene Found to Shape Nerve Connections

The autism-linked Gabrb3 gene appears to shape the formation of both normal and atypical neural connections in the brain.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

2 Dec 2022

U.S. facing threat of a “tripledemic” this winter

Just when we thought the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic was over, experts are warning that a “tripledemic” is heading our way this winter

Source: WANE

2 Dec 2022

Green Mediterranean diet burns body fat fast: study

A Mediterranean diet with extra greens can help you lose a risky type of body fat linked to health risks like heart disease, according to new studies.

Source: INSIDER

2 Dec 2022

Short Term Memory Problems Can Be Improved With Laser Therapy

Transcranial photobiomodulation (tPBM), a laser therapy delivered to the right prefrontal cortex appears to improve short-term memory in both human and animal models. The therapy, which is non-invasive and has no side effects, could help treat those with shor…

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

2 Dec 2022

Multnomah County health officer asks people to wear mask indoors to help overwhelmed hospitals

It's not a mandate, but Multnomah County Health Officer Dr. Jennifer Vines is making the recommendation to help hospitals overwhelmed with RSV, flu and COVID cases.

Source: KGW.com

2 Dec 2022

21-year-old's pain was dismissed by doctors for years. She had a rare ovarian cancer

Sharp abdominal pain struck Jessie Sanders' body. For almost two weeks in November 2021, she couldn't eat, work out or move. All she did was lie in bed.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

2 Dec 2022

Few Americans aware of cancer risks posed by alcohol: study

Source: Google News

2 Dec 2022

Few Americans aware of cancer risks posed by alcohol: study

Source: Google News

2 Dec 2022

RSV and Flu Are Making More Kids Sick This Year

Covid-19 spread, prevention measures kept other viruses in check last year

Source: The Wall Street Journal

2 Dec 2022

Ohio measles outbreak nearly triples, expected to last “several months”

"Don't wait. Don't wait until after the holiday. Get them vaccinated now."

Source: Ars Technica

2 Dec 2022

Person with measles visited NE Ohio shopping mall

Richland Public Health on Friday confirmed a case of measles in a person who visited a public place in the area earlier in the week.

Source: fox8.com

2 Dec 2022

These natural hair loss supplements may help stop balding, new research says

Hair-loss treatments represent a $3.9 billion industry, and hair loss has emerged as another long COVID symptom. Now, a new meta-analysis finds some common supplements show potential in treating thinning hair.

Source: MarketWatch

2 Dec 2022

Poisons killed beloved owls in Tampa Bay. Can their defenders save others?

Mark Schocken took thousands of pictures of the great horned owls in Philippe Park, but he didn't often capture them eating.

Source: Phys.Org

2 Dec 2022

Why does COVID-19 cause brain fog? Scientists may finally have an answer.

Nearly 40 percent of long COVID patients suffer from the disorienting condition. Destroyed connections between brain cells may be to blame.

Source: National Geographic

2 Dec 2022

Trouble Sleeping? You Could Be at Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Those who report trouble sleeping are at increased risk of poor cardiometabolic health problems which can lead to type 2 diabetes.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

2 Dec 2022

Autopsies Show COVID-19 Vaccination Likely Caused Fatal Heart Inflammation: Study

A serious side effect linked to COVID-19 vaccines can lead to death, according to a new study. Post-vaccination myocarditis, a form of heart inflammation, was identified in a subset of people who died "unexpectedly" at home within 20 days of receiving a COVID…

Source: Theepochtimes.com

2 Dec 2022

Cancer vaccine 'cure': Three terminal patients put in remission by experimental shot

Cancer patients Stephanie Gangi, William Morrison and Anna Bochenski were given just years to live before they received a last resort, experimental vaccine made by Mount Sinai in New York.

Source: Daily Mail

2 Dec 2022

The Best Pushup Exercises to Lose Belly Fat, Trainer Says

In order to melt your belly and fat all over, strength training is king. These five pushup exercises to lose belly fat will get the job done.

Source: Eatthis.com

2 Dec 2022

Some natural hair loss supplements may actually work, new study finds

Source: GMA

2 Dec 2022

Oregon’s hospitals are struggling, with weeks to go in the respiratory illness season

Emergency rooms across the state are overflowing and in some cases worried parents are seeking hospital-level care when it’s not needed.

Source: OPB News

2 Dec 2022

Peanuts and Herbs and Spices May Positively Impact Gut Microbiome

Consuming one ounce of peanuts or adding one teaspoon of herbs and spices to your daily diet has a positive impact on the health of your gut bacteria and improves immune function.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

2 Dec 2022

11 Michigan counties at medium or high COVID level this week, CDC says

The CDC recommends masks in one Michigan county this week.

Source: mlive.com

2 Dec 2022

Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how the pandemic affected teen brains

A new study says the stress of the pandemic appears to have physically changed teenagers' brains, aging them faster than normal. CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta joins "CNN This Morning" to discuss.

Source: CNN

2 Dec 2022

COVID can live on groceries for days, scientists find in new study

The virus is more likely to survive on certain foods, depending on the conditions in which they’re stored.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

2 Dec 2022

COVID can live on groceries for days, scientists find in new study

The virus is more likely to survive on certain foods, depending on the conditions in which they’re stored.

Source: Fortune

2 Dec 2022

How the pandemic aged teen brains

The trauma and stress of living through the pandemic structurally changed and aged the brains of adolescents by at least 3-to-4 years, found a Stanford University study on Thursday.

Source: Axios

2 Dec 2022

Third primary school pupil dies of Strep A

The latest death was of a child who went to school in west London.

Source: BBC News

2 Dec 2022

Synchronized Neural Oscillations in the Right Brain Induce Empathic Behavior

Empathy is induced by synchronized neural oscillations in the right hemisphere of the brain, a new mouse study reveals.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

2 Dec 2022

Nutrient-rich foods that boost your immune system and help you fend off infections

Optimal nutrition is essential for healthy immune function.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

2 Dec 2022

Why Asaana drinkers may live long, with good mental health & eyesight

Source: Google News

2 Dec 2022

7 herbs that may help fight cold and flu

This winter, take a breath. And if you can’t, here are some natural remedies, from echinacea to marshmallow, commonly used to offer relief.

Source: National Geographic

2 Dec 2022

4 Tips to Lower Cholesterol For a Heart-healthy Holiday Season

Source: Google News

2 Dec 2022

4 Tips to Lower Cholesterol For a Heart-healthy Holiday Season

Happy (and healthy) holidays!

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

2 Dec 2022

Suffering from flu, RSV or COVID-19? How you can tell the difference

The three viruses have many symptoms that are similar.

Source: ABC News

2 Dec 2022

Suffering from flu, RSV or COVID-19? How you can tell the difference

Source: Google News

2 Dec 2022

Signs You're in Good Shape at 50, Expert Says

An expert reveals five telltale signs you're in good shape at 50. You’re never too old to keep your health on track.

Source: Eatthis.com

2 Dec 2022

Hundreds of heart attack survivors admit eating the same meal hours before an attack

The survivors all described their last meal before an attack as 'heavy'.

Source: Express

2 Dec 2022

Why Don't We Say 'ADD' Anymore?

These days, you're more likely to hear the term ADHD than ADD when talking about the health condition. Experts explain why.

Source: HuffPost

2 Dec 2022

'Immune amnesia:' The unusual measles side effect scientists think can drive other epidemics

New research suggests widespread vaccination against measles can protect communities from a wide array of other viruses and bacteria by preventing 'immune amnesia' — an unusual measles side effect scientists think drives epidemics of other illnesses.

Source: CBC News

2 Dec 2022

'Zombie’ viruses are thawing from melting permafrost in Russia

'Zombie' viruses are buried in the Arctic permafrost. European researchers warn they may increasingly be unleashed as global warming thaws it.

Source: The Washington Post

2 Dec 2022

Does walking 30 minutes a day make a difference? |

Walking 30 minutes a day can do wonders for your health, here's what I learned doing it for a month

Source: woman&home

2 Dec 2022

Gravity and the Gut: A Hypothesis of Irritable Bowel... : Official journal of the American College of Gastroenterology | ACG

tly different mechanisms of action, and present with a dazzling array of comorbidities. It is reasonable to question whether there is a unifying factor that binds these divergent theories and observations, and if so, what that factor might be. This article of…

Source: Lww.com

2 Dec 2022

7 die from flu in Washington state, activity 'very high'

Flu activity in the state is now considered very high, according to the Washington State Department of Health.Influenza type A has been the most common flu stra

Source: KOMO News

2 Dec 2022

The Internet Is Warning People Not To Brush Their Teeth After Oral Sex, So I Went To An Expert For The Truth

"Many people with STIs have no symptoms at all but can still spread infection to others."

Source: Buzzfeed

2 Dec 2022

South doctors perform bloodless heart surgeries

Source: Trinidad Guardian

2 Dec 2022

Surgeon General Vivek Murthy advises on flu, RSV and COVID-19

"We can't let up our guard," he told ABC News.

Source: ABC News

2 Dec 2022

Wild New Hypothesis Suggests IBS Could Be a Form of 'Gravity Intolerance'

There's an invisible and relentless force acting on your bowels right now, and it might be causing some people serious irritation.

Source: ScienceAlert

2 Dec 2022

Multnomah County officials urge voluntary masking as Portland-area hospitals face flood of respiratory patien

A mask mandate is unlikely.

Source: OregonLive

2 Dec 2022

8000 living with AIDS in Trinidad and Tobago

SEVERAL people took the opportunity to get health tests including for HIV along the Brian Lara Promenade, Port of Spain on Thursday in the North West Regional Health Authority's (NWRHA) health fair to commemorate World AIDS Day. Representatives of the TT Red …

Source: Trinidad News

2 Dec 2022

'Dangerous' trend on TikTok taping mouth shut for weight loss and better sleep could SUFFOCATE you

Mouth taping is the latest TikTok trend to catch fire for claims that it improves sleep and promotes weight loss despite warnings from healthcare professionals that it could obstruct breathing.

Source: Daily Mail

2 Dec 2022

Infectious Covid virus can stay on some groceries for days

Scientists did the study for the government to better understand possible exposure to shoppers.

Source: BBC News

2 Dec 2022

Infectious Covid virus can stay on some groceries for days

Scientists did the study for the government to better understand possible exposure to shoppers.

Source: BBC News

1 Dec 2022

Ganglion Cells Created in Mice in Bid to Fix Diseased Eyes

Researchers induced non-neural cells that mimic ganglion cells in the eyes of mice, effectively reducing the impact of certain eye diseases. They hope to next replicate their technique in humans in order to help restore vision lost due to eye diseases.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

1 Dec 2022

Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Found to Also Improve Gut Flora

Multiple sclerosis patients treated with dimethyl fumarate (Tecfidera) showed a reduced proportion of pro-inflammatory types of gut bacteria and an increased growth of "good" bacteria after three months of treatment.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

1 Dec 2022

Gut Microbiome at the Center of Parkinson’s Disease Pathogenesis

Adding to previous research on the gut-brain axis link to Parkinson's disease, researchers discovered the gut microbiome is involved with multiple pathways in the pathogenesis of Parkinson's.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

1 Dec 2022

Holiday viral exchange could worsen Minnesota's flu, RSV, COVID numbers

An early RSV surge is being overtaken by influenza, but both are producing unusually high infection numbers early in the season.

Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune

1 Dec 2022

Parents looking for children's Tylenol, ibuprofen find empty shelves

People seeking over-the-counter medication for their sick children are often finding sparse or empty shelves, as a spike in respiratory illnesses pushes...

Source: The Washington Post

1 Dec 2022

Commercial dishwashers destroy protective layer in gut

Residue from rinse agents is left behind on dishes after they are cleaned in professional-grade dishwashers. This damages the natural protective layer in the gut and can contribute to the onset of chronic diseases, as demonstrated by researchers working with …

Source: EurekAlert

1 Dec 2022

Doctor: Diet rules I follow for healthy gut, cancer prevention

Dr. Neeharika Kalakota said she limits her alcohol intake to four drinks per week to preserve a healthy liver — and she would never go keto.

Source: INSIDER

1 Dec 2022

Merlí Season 2 explores the hardest part about living with HIV

There's probably a handful of shows in history, undoubtedly all of them queer, that feature a protagonist as HIV-positive. However, what makes Merlí even more vital for visibility is that it breaks free from the chains of the diagnosis to explore life after.

Source: Queerty.com

1 Dec 2022

Where will the CDC monitor wastewater for polio?

A new program to monitor wastewater for polio is starting at sites in Michigan and Philadelphia, the CDC announced

Source: Deseret News

1 Dec 2022

HIV vaccine candidate induces immune response in early clinical trial: 'An important step forward'

An experimental HIV vaccine has been found to induce broadly neutralizing antibodies among a small group of volunteers in a Phase 1 study. The findings suggest that a two-dose regimen of the vaccine, given eight weeks apart, can elicit immune responses agains…

Source: CNN

1 Dec 2022

6 best foods for brain health, memory: Fish, berries, greens & more

"You are what you eat" isn't just an old adage — it's the truth when it comes to your brain.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

1 Dec 2022

7 die from flu in Washington state, activity is now 'very high'

State health officials reported over 1,200 new flu cases from Nov. 13-19, which was more than double the case count of previous weeks.

Source: KING5.com

1 Dec 2022

RSV and flu: US children's hospitals stretched by respiratory viruses

More than three quarters of paediatric hospital beds were full in November, health officials say.

Source: BBC News

1 Dec 2022

Teen brains aged faster than normal from pandemic stress, study says

The study which measured brain age after about 10 months of lockdown showed that teen brains had aged at least three years in that time.

Source: The Washington Post

1 Dec 2022

Toddler has sweetest reaction after learning that her mom was adopted

"My heart will never be the same..."

Source: Intheknow.com

1 Dec 2022

Secret cure-all? Walking backwards boasts surprising number of health benefits

What happens if we stop walking on auto-pilot and start challenging our brains and bodies by walking backwards?

Source: Study Finds

1 Dec 2022

Positively charged nanomaterials treat obesity anywhere you want

Researchers have long been working on how to treat obesity, a serious condition that can lead to hypertension, diabetes, chronic inflammation, and cardiovascular diseases. Studies have also revealed a strong correlation of obesity and cancer—recent data show …

Source: Phys.Org

1 Dec 2022

What causes IBS? Gravity allergy to blame, scientist theorizes

The body is meant to keep the abdominal contents in place with a set of support structures, but if it cannot handle gravity's force, it could squash the spine and cause organs to shift, says a California scientist.

Source: Daily Mail

1 Dec 2022

Six Common COVID Myths Busted By A Virologist And A Public Health Expert

There is someone out there that needs to hear this.

Source: IFLScience

1 Dec 2022

Gonorrhea is the 2nd most common STI — here’s what you need to know

Source: Google News

1 Dec 2022

Gonorrhea is the 2nd most common STI — here’s what you need to know

Cases of gonorrhea — the second most common STI — are skyrocketing in the U.S.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

1 Dec 2022

Trying to lose weight? Try walking BACKWARDS on a treadmill

Jack McNamara, a lecturer in clinical exercise physiology at the University of East London, aid the activity burns 40 per cent more energy than walking forwards at the same speed.

Source: Daily Mail

1 Dec 2022

Skipping Meals May Take Years off Your Life, Study Finds—Here’s What to Know

A large study shows that skipping meals and poor meal timing can have harmful effects on health, including shortening life span.

Source: Prevention.com

1 Dec 2022

Rare Genetic Phenomenon Linked to Neuron Function and Schizophrenia

People with schizophrenia have significantly higher rates of tandem repeats in their genome, up to 7% more than in people without the mental health disorder. The genes were primarily found in genes crucial to brain function.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

1 Dec 2022

6 Everyday Activities That Naturally Release Dopamine In Your Brain

Dopamine is attributed to helping you feel happier — and some daily tasks help you experience it.

Source: HuffPost

1 Dec 2022

It Ain't Over Till It's Over…but It's Never Over — Emerging and Reemerging Infectious Diseases | NEJM

Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over…but It’s Never Over — Emerging and Reemerging Infectious Diseases

Source: nejm.org

1 Dec 2022

Talking Health in 5: Manage your diabetes for a better quality of life | Loop Jamaica

As Diabetes Awareness Month wraps up, public health specialist Dr Julia Rowe Porter sat down with the Loop News team to talk about five ways people living with the chronic condition can improve their quality of life. Diabetes mellitu

Source: Loopnews.com

1 Dec 2022

UCSF study shows adults can reduce Alzheimer's risks with lifestyle changes

A UCSF researcher is looking at how lifestyle changes can cut the risk of Alzheimer's and dementia by as much as 30 percent.

Source: CBS News

1 Dec 2022

Early Flu Outbreak Affects 6.2M in US, Worst in Decade

Source: Google News

1 Dec 2022

Here's how to know when your child is too sick for school

Wintertime brings sniffles, and with so many kids coming back to school from a few years at home, RSV, the flu and colds are hitting especially hard. Experts share when it's time to keep your kids home from school and when it's time to see the doctor.

Source: CNN

1 Dec 2022

Period blood face masks are a big beauty trend — but experts warn they're dangerous

This trend is a thing of dermatologists’ nightmares: TikTokers are smearing their own period blood on their skin.

Source: New York Post

1 Dec 2022

Data: Long Island has NY's highest rate for COVID-19 reinfection

The latest state statistics show 2,019 people in Nassau and Suffolk counties with a previous COVID-19 infection tested positive in the week starting Nov. 21. That comes to a 10.2 infection rate per 100,000 people, topping New York City's rate of 8.6.

Source: Newsday

1 Dec 2022

Ambulance waits of 40 hours as NHS delays worsen

Woman, 85, endured "agonising" wait as BBC analysis shows delays now at record levels.

Source: BBC News

30 Nov 2022

Effectiveness of mRNA-1273, BNT162b2, and BBIBP-CorV vaccines against infection and mortality in children in Argentina, during predominance of delta and omicron covid-19 variants: test negative, case-control study

Objective To estimate the effectiveness of a two dose vaccine schedule (mRNA-1273, BNT162b2, and BBIBP-CorV) against SARS-CoV-2 infection and covid-19 related death and short term waning of immunity in children (3-11 years old) and adolescents (12-17 years ol…

Source: The BMJ

30 Nov 2022

‘Green’ Mediterranean diet burns fat faster than just healthy eating: study

The regimen cut visceral fat — the kind that wraps itself around your belly — better than other healthy diets.

Source: New York Post

30 Nov 2022

Cloudy Urine: Causes, Treatments, and When to Be Concerned

Plus, what experts suggest for treating it.

Source: Prevention.com

30 Nov 2022

Holiday heart syndrome: Doctors warning about this ‘perfect storm’

Before diving into your tasty holiday feast and spiked egg nog, doctors are sending out a warning about a potential threat to your heart.

Source: fox8.com

30 Nov 2022

Hiding in Plain Sight | NEJM

Clinical Problem-Solving from The New England Journal of Medicine — Hiding in Plain Sight

Source: nejm.org

30 Nov 2022

Gut Microbes Influence Binge-Eating of Sweet Treats

The absence of certain gut bacteria causes mice to binge eat sweet, palatable foods. When the bacteria is restored, the desire to binge on sweetened foods decreases, and normal feeding patterns are resumed.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

30 Nov 2022

What Is Magnesium Good For? - Magnesium Benefits

Your body needs this nutrient for so many things. Make sure you're getting enough.

Source: menshealth.com

30 Nov 2022

Are you sick, too? If not COVID, you may have another virus spreading in South Florida

Source: Google News

30 Nov 2022

Sleepyheads need these three habits to get rid of grogginess: study

Scientists believe they found a foolproof formula to stop sluggishness.

Source: New York Post

30 Nov 2022

Five Precepts of Buddhism May Be Linked to Lower Depression Risk

Those who score high for neuroticism and stress have a reduced risk of developing depression if they follow the five precepts of Buddhism, a new study reports.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

30 Nov 2022

CDC expands wastewater testing for polio to Michigan and Pennsylvania

The expansion of wastewater monitoring comes amid pressure to increase efforts to fight the disease after the first U.S. polio case in nearly a decade was discovered in July.

Source: The Washington Post

30 Nov 2022

Children who watch TV more than two hours a day are more likely to face addictions later in life

Researchers in New Zealand tracked 1,000 people from birth until they were 45 years old. Those who watched more TV in childhood were more likely to have addictions later on.

Source: Daily Mail

30 Nov 2022

Woman gets rare case of 'toxic squash syndrome' after drinking bitter gourd juice

A woman was poisoned when she drank bitter gourd juice.

Source: Live Science

30 Nov 2022

Measles outbreak in Columbus increases to 46 cases, 3 sites exposed

As of Wednesday, there are now 46 cases in the city, according to the Columbus Public Health dashboard.

Source: Fci Academy

30 Nov 2022

Bird flu has killed thousands of Florida's wild birds this year. Is it here to stay?

It was the morning of Jan. 22 when the fears of Florida wildlife biologists became reality.

Source: Phys.Org

30 Nov 2022

Number of birds culled due to HPAI surpasses 2015 outbreak

<p>Prices remain elevated as the virus continues to impact the egg and turkey markets.</p>

Source: Food Business News

30 Nov 2022

It's official: This year's bird flu outbreak is now the worst in U.S. history

Prior to this year, the largest bird flu outbreak in U.S. history occurred in 2015, in what the USDA called “arguably the most significant animal health event in U.S. history.”

Source: Fortune

30 Nov 2022

RSV and flu surge in US ahead of holidays – what to know

RSV, flu and Covid are circulating in the US - here's how to stay safe over the holiday season.

Source: BBC News

30 Nov 2022

Ras drives malignancy through stem cell crosstalk with the microenvironment

Aberrant crosstalk between cancer stem cells and their microenvironment triggers angiogenesis and TGFβ signalling, creating conditions that are conducive for hijacking leptin and leptin receptor signalling, which in turn launches downstream PI3K–AKT–mTOR sign…

Source: Nature.com

30 Nov 2022

'Zombie virus' discovered after being trapped in Siberian permafrost for nearly 50,000 years

Source: Sky.com

30 Nov 2022

US children’s hospitals overwhelmed by RSV cases

Nurses have no ‘wiggle room’ in ICUs amid a surge of respiratory illnesses.

Source: Al Jazeera English

30 Nov 2022

Scientists develop world's first test for pancreatic cancer - using tiny WORMS that sniff out tumors

Toyko-based biotech company Hirotsu Bio Science hopes to bring the test to the US by next year. It works by users sending a urine sample in the mail, which is added to a petri dish full of worms.

Source: Daily Mail

30 Nov 2022

Not being able to stick your tongue out straight: The lesser-known symptoms of mouth cancer

A sore throat and an earache are symptoms that are often dismissed as harmless. But it could be something more sinister as lesser-known symptoms of mouth cancer include a lisp and ear pain.

Source: Daily Mail

30 Nov 2022

Chris Hemsworth Reassures Fans Alzheimer's Shock Doesn't Mean Retirement

Source: Google News

30 Nov 2022

Taking hydrocortisone immediately after a traumatic event may help prevent PTSD

In an experimental study published in Translational Psychiatry, taking a single dose of hydrocortisone immediately after watching a stressful movie was found to reduce intrusive memories related to the movie compared to the placebo group in the following days…

Source: PsyPost

30 Nov 2022

48,500-year-old zombie virus revived by scientists in Russia

French scientists have revived a 48,500-year-old &ldquo;zombie virus&rdquo; buried under a frozen lake in Russia.

Source: The Tribune India

30 Nov 2022

Laid-off workers can now get a free month of ketamine-assisted therapy services to help with their mental health

The free service from Field Trip Health is open to "anyone who's facing headwinds right now."

Source: Fortune

30 Nov 2022

Vitamin B12 deficiency can have serious consequences – but doctors often overlook it

Source: Google News

30 Nov 2022

Vitamin B12 deficiency can have serious consequences – but doctors often overlook it

A professor of nutrition explains how B12 deficiencies often go unnoticed, and possible treatment options

Source: Salon

30 Nov 2022

Here's what happened to a girl who mistakenly ate 96 potent cannabis gummies

A 12-year-old girl ate her father’s stash of cannabis gummies, thinking they were just candy. Within an hour, she felt strange. She opened the apartment door and fell down the stairs. Her mot…

Source: Boing Boing

30 Nov 2022

Peru bird flu: Thousands of pelicans found dead

An avian influenza outbreak is to blame for the deaths of more than 13,000 birds, many of them pelicans.

Source: BBC News

30 Nov 2022

Adhering To The Five Precepts Of Buddhism May Lower Risk Of Depression

You don't have to be Buddhist to follow the five precepts.

Source: IFLScience

30 Nov 2022

These monkeypox researchers warned that the disease would go global

A Nigerian disease-surveillance expert and a US epidemiologist have been tracking monkeypox for years. Can their insights help to stop its spread and prevent future outbreaks?

Source: Nature.com

30 Nov 2022

Researchers discover new form of antimicrobial resistance

Australian researchers have uncovered a new form of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), undetectable using traditional laboratory testing methods, in a discovery set to challenge existing efforts to monitor and tackle one of the world's greatest health threats.

Source: Phys.Org

30 Nov 2022

8 Everyday Ways to Improve Gut Health Naturally

Fixing your gut health could be key to improving your overall health. Here’s how to improve your gut health naturally by adopting these eight lifestyle habits, according to doctors and nutritionists.

Source: Real Simple

30 Nov 2022

Drug overdose deaths among seniors have more than tripled in two decades

"We've got a public health problem coming at our door, these trends have been increasing for a long time now," said Alexis Kuerbis, an substance abuse expert.

Source: CNBC

30 Nov 2022

Common joint pain treatment may be making arthritis worse, studies suggest

Two new studies presented Tuesday suggest that a standard procedure for treating arthritis may in fact be making the disease worse than preventing it.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

30 Nov 2022

A Simple Diet Change Could Slash The Risk of Bowel Cancer in Men, Study Finds

Plant-based foods provide a variety of healthy perks, like lower risks of cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes.

Source: ScienceAlert

30 Nov 2022

Common joint pain treatment may be making arthritis worse, studies suggest

Two new studies presented Tuesday suggest that a standard procedure for treating arthritis may in fact be making the disease worse than preventing it.

Source: Fox News

30 Nov 2022

Absenteeism on the rise across SD73 as flu season begins

KAMLOOPS - As Royal Inland Hospital (RIH) reports an increase of children presenting with respiratory illnesse...

Source: CFJC Today Kamloops

30 Nov 2022

Alzheimer's drug lecanemab: Your questions answered on breakthrough medicine

We're answering your questions on the first drug to slow the destruction of the brain in people with Alzheimer's.

Source: BBC News

29 Nov 2022

Toward Early Detection of the Pathological Social Withdrawal Syndrome Known as ‘Hikikomori'

Hikikomori is a complex condition where a person withdraws from society and remains isolated at home for more than six months. The condition is becoming more prevalent in Western societies. Researchers have developed a new method designed to help detect hikik…

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

29 Nov 2022

Brazilian economist lost three children to cancer in less than 5 years as he battled disease himself

Brazilian economist Régis Feitosa is dealing with the grief of losing his three children to cancer since 2017 while battling the deadly battling chronic leukemia and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

Source: Daily Mail

29 Nov 2022

Risk of heart disease could be slashed with one tiny life change

The results are regardless of people’s lifestyle.

Source: Talker.news

29 Nov 2022

The Brain’s Immune Cells Can Be Triggered to Slow Down Alzheimer’s Disease

Activating TREM2 on microglia in the brains of those with Alzheimer's could help slow down the progression of the neurodegenerative disease.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

29 Nov 2022

What to know about the deadliest bird flu outbreak in history

Avian influenza poses a low risk to humans, experts say.SUBSCRIBE to ABC News: https://bit.ly/2vZb6yPWATCH MORE on http://abcnews.go.com/LIKE ABC News on FAC...

Source: YouTube

29 Nov 2022

‘I am very encouraged right now’ – WTOP’s Neal Augenstein on lung cancer diagnosis

WTOP’s Neal Augenstein shared his cancer diagnosis on Sunday. On Tuesday, he spoke about how he got the news, all the support he’s received and how he’s planning to move forward.

Source: WTOP

29 Nov 2022

Neurotic Personality Trait a Key Risk Factor for Stress Perception

People with a neurotic personality type have a stronger relationship with both stressor exposure and perceived stress than any of the other four personality types.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

29 Nov 2022

Mind-Altering Parasite Could Be Making Wolves Bolder

Wolves at Yellowstone National Park exposed to Toxoplasma gondii took more risks than non-infected wolves, such as becoming pack leaders, researchers found.

Source: Gizmodo.com

29 Nov 2022

Following the 'green Mediterranean diet' helps you lose FOUR TIMES as much visceral fat

Visceral fat wraps around vital organs and inside the abdomen typically giving someone a beer belly or apple body shape. The Israeli study was carried out on 300 obese adults who followed three diets.

Source: Daily Mail

29 Nov 2022

Concerns over 'Tripledemic'

Elizabeth Cook talks to Dr. Dean Winslow with Stanford Health Care on concerns over the rise of flu, RSV and COVID-19 cases.

Source: YouTube

29 Nov 2022

Pass the broccoli, please: Plant-based diet can cut bowel cancer risk in men by 22%, study shows

Researchers found a connection between a plant-rich diet and reduced risk of bowel cancer for men.

Source: USA Today

29 Nov 2022

Study on masks vs N95 respirators for health workers spurs concerns

The findings suggest medical masks may offer similar protection as respirators against COVID-19, but experts say hold on.

Source: Umn.edu

29 Nov 2022

A common treatment for your knee osteoarthritis may be making it worse, studies say

Corticosteroids are commonly used to treat the pain of osteoarthritis, but two new studies have suggested they may be quickening the progression. Experts point to other methods of treatment that may be better in the long term.

Source: CNN

29 Nov 2022

Hospitals plan for surge in 'tripledemic' cases this holiday season

"We've made a lot of headway in planning excess beds to help with the surge we are definitely anticipating, the surge we're in actually," said Dr. Anna Duran with UNM Children's Hospital.

Source: KOAT New Mexico

29 Nov 2022

3 of the strangest and most puzzling social phobias

Terrified of blushing? You might have erythrophobia.

Source: Big Think

29 Nov 2022

Scientists discover secret to waking up alert and refreshed

Do you struggle with grogginess every morning, or fight to stay awake throughout the day? UC Berkeley sleep researchers offer tips to help you wake up more effectively.

Source: Berkeley.edu

29 Nov 2022

The impact of Pfizer‐BioNTech’s BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine booster on the maximum oxygen uptake capacity among recreational endurance athletes - News

Researchers evaluated the impact of Pfizer‐BioNTech’s BNT162b2 mRNA vaccine booster on the maximum oxygen uptake capacity (VO2max) among recreational endurance athletes.

Source: News-Medical.Net

29 Nov 2022

Behavior-changing parasite moves wolves to the head of the pack

A parasite associated with bold behavior is also associated with pack leadership.

Source: Ars Technica

29 Nov 2022

Behavior-changing parasite moves wolves to the head of the pack

A parasite associated with bold behavior is also associated with pack leadership.

Source: Ars Technica

29 Nov 2022

Malawi starts landmark malaria vaccination drive

RTS,S jab will be given to five to 17-month-olds across the southern African nation.

Source: BBC News

29 Nov 2022

Corticosteroid injections associated with progression of knee osteoarthritis - News

Two studies comparing injections commonly used to relieve the pain of knee osteoarthritis found that corticosteroid injections were associated with the progression of the disease.

Source: News-Medical.Net

29 Nov 2022

China pushes dubious claim of sick jogger causing COVID outbreak

Chinese health officials claim an unmasked runner infected nearly 40 people after taking a half-hour jog through a park — despite experts downplaying the risk of outdoor spread.

Source: New York Post

29 Nov 2022

What is immunity debt? What does it mean for cold and flu season?

Immunity debt actually describes a surplus — of people susceptible to RSV and flu infections.

Source: Vox

29 Nov 2022

Study Finds Potatoes Can Help You Lose Weight

Source: Google News

29 Nov 2022

What will we eat on Mars?

In Dinner on Mars, food scientists Lenore Newman and Evan Fraser investigate the technologies—and mindset—needed to set the Martian table.

Source: National Post

29 Nov 2022

Mom describes daughter's hospitalization with RSV amid warnings of holiday 'tripledemic' surge

Source: Google News

29 Nov 2022

5 Points On 48,500-Year-Old 'Zombie Virus' Revived By Scientists

As the global temperature is rising, a number of glaciers and permafrost are melting, releasing microbes trapped in the icy grip for centuries. Among them is a roughly 50,000-year-old 'zombie virus', which has been revived.

Source: NDTV News

29 Nov 2022

Autism Breakthrough: New Treatment Significantly Improves Social Skills and Brain Function

The treatment caused neurological changes, including a decrease in inflammation and an increase in functionality, according to the researchers. A recent Tel Aviv University study found that pressure chamber therapy greatly improved social skills and the condi…

Source: SciTechDaily

29 Nov 2022

I Spent Thousands On Vaginal Rejuvenation. Here's What It Did — And Didn't — Do.

"I was feeling so bolstered from the positive results of the first treatment, I couldn’t wait to jump into bed with my husband. But I was extremely disappointed by what I found."

Source: HuffPost

29 Nov 2022

China links COVID outbreak to man’s jog through a park; Scientists skeptical

The man reportedly infected 39 people in one outdoor jog through a park.

Source: Ars Technica

29 Nov 2022

A viral cocktail calms gut inflammation

Viruses used to target microbes linked to inflammatory bowel disease.

Source: Nature.com

29 Nov 2022

This Test May Help Predict Parkinson's Risk — Best Life

A test that monitors your breathing patterns at night may help determine your Parkinson's risk using AI technology, a new study has found.

Source: Best Life

29 Nov 2022

This Is What Actually Happens To Your Body When You’re Eating Too Much Sugar, According To Dietitians

We reached out to dietitians and nutritionists for symptoms and signs that you are eating too much sugar. Read more at SheFinds.com

Source: SheFinds

29 Nov 2022

What Is The 24-Hour Flu? Symptoms, Causes, And Treatment

Doctors explain what this condition really is.

Source: Women's Health

29 Nov 2022

Steroid injections may make arthritis WORSE, studies show

Participants in the US who got the injections saw their arthritis get significantly worse over time, compared to those who got no injection. Scientists say this may be because it weakens cartilage.

Source: Daily Mail

29 Nov 2022

Adele Roberts says specialist 'casually' revealed her rectum was removed, forcing her to keep stoma

Adele Roberts says specialist ‘casually’ revealed her rectum was removed, forcing her to keep stoma - The broadcaster, 43, revealed in June that she was cancer-free but is still dealing with side-effects from her treatment

Source: Evening Standard

29 Nov 2022

Colonoscopy, Cologuard, other stool tests: Which detects colon cancer?

Colonoscopy is recommended for people over 45, but preparation turns off many. Here's a look at how it compares to stool tests FIT and Cologuard.

Source: USA Today

29 Nov 2022

What Nutritionists Think Of TikTok Health Trends, From Healthy Coke To Lettuce Water

There’s no shortage of health food trends on TikTok, but which ones are actually legit?We asked nutritionists, and here’s what you need to know.

Source: HuffPost

29 Nov 2022

A rare neurological disorder seen that may have been sparked by RSV

A Minnesota dad describes being diagnosed with Guillian-Barré syndrome. The symptoms cropped up as he was recovering from RSV.

Source: Minnesota Public Radio News

29 Nov 2022

Enzyme Drives Cognitive Decline in Mice, Provides New Target for Alzheimer’s

A subtle increase of the PKCα protein produces biochemical, cellular, and cognitive impairments akin to those seen in Alzheimer's disease. The finding provides a potential new target for the treatment of the neurodegenerative disorder.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

29 Nov 2022

14 symptoms of pancreatic cancer you’re most likely to ignore

A pancreatic Cancer UK specialist nurse outlines easy-to-ignore signs of the disease

Source: Independent

29 Nov 2022

Diabetes: 5 healthy carbs to curb blood sugar spikes

In order to effectively manage diabetes, you must include healthy carbs in your diet. Here's a list of foods with healthy carbs shared by an expert. | Health

Source: Hindustan Times

29 Nov 2022

Slow cognitive decline with flavonols, study says

Eating more flavonols, antioxidants found in many vegetables, fruits, tea and wine, may slow your rate of memory loss, a new study finds.

Source: KSL.com

29 Nov 2022

Why Silly Distractions at Work Can Actually Be Good for You

Having fun with co-workers can help to reduce stress at work, a new study reports.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

29 Nov 2022

High Blood Sugar levels in the morning: Causes and ways to manage glucose levels effectively

After spending hours sleeping without consuming any carbs or any food, you may wake up with elevated glucose levels early in the morning. It is a part of the daily routine of many people especially one with diabetes.

Source: India.com

29 Nov 2022

A Strange Thing Happens to Wolves Infected by Infamous Mind-Altering Parasite

A study of 26 years' worth of wolf behavioral data, and an analysis of the blood of 229 wolves, has shown that infection with the parasite Toxoplasma gondii makes wolves 46 times more likely to become a pack leader.

Source: ScienceAlert

29 Nov 2022

Cell Organization in the Hippocampus Matters for Memory Formation

Fear memories are formed when cells in the hippocampus form discrete clusters and sleep is important to the stability of these clusters.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

29 Nov 2022

New Study Finds That Vitamin D Could Help Extend Your Life

The research linked vitamin D deficiency to premature death. One in three Australian individuals still have mild, moderate, or severe vitamin D deficiency despite the fact that sunlight is a major source of the vitamin. Now, a new study from the University of…

Source: SciTechDaily

29 Nov 2022

Scientists Create 'Invisible Fiber' That Can Make Cakes And Pizzas Better For You

Most of us could use a little more fiber in our diets, and adding it without compromising on a recipe's appeal might soon be much easier.

Source: ScienceAlert

29 Nov 2022

Plant-based dietary patterns defined by a priori indices and colorectal cancer risk by sex and race/ethnicity: the Multiethnic Cohort Study - BMC Medicine

Background Plant-based diets assessed by a priori indices are associated with health outcomes. This study investigated the associations between pre-defined indices of plant-based diets and risk of colorectal cancer (CRC) and evaluated whether the association …

Source: Biomedcentral.com

29 Nov 2022

Bird flu: What is it and what's behind the outbreak?

Why is bird flu so bad this year and why are scientists so concerned?

Source: BBC News

29 Nov 2022

Bird flu: What is it and what's behind the outbreak?

Why is bird flu so bad this year and why are scientists so concerned?

Source: BBC News

29 Nov 2022

Study: Next Major COVID Variant Could Be More Dangerous

Source: Google News

29 Nov 2022

Men can reduce risk of bowel cancer by 20% if they stick to diet high in veg and beans

The study into the link between diet and bowel cancer was published in the journal BMC Medicine and involved 79,952 men and 93,475 women around the age of 60 in the US.

Source: Daily Mail

29 Nov 2022

'Unprecedented surge' of RSV patients causes more surgery delays at children's hospital

Primary Children's Hospital announced Monday it will be delaying 50 elective, preplanned surgeries that require the patient to stay overnight due to capacity issues from high rates of RSV and other respiratory illnesses.

Source: KSL.com

29 Nov 2022

WNY doctors talk RSV spread during holiday season - WIVB.com

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — As temperatures drop, places like Western New York Immediate Care are starting to see more patients with the flu and RSV. As winter nears and families gather for the holidays, cold-like symptoms are on the rise. And cases of respiratory…

Source: WIVB.com - News 4

28 Nov 2022

Nonsmoker Shares Symptom That Helped Find Stage 1 Lung Cancer

When this nurse first experienced pain in her side, doctors didn't notice anything. A year later, it returned — and new imaging found nodules in her lung...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

28 Nov 2022

DR MEGAN ROSSI: My six simple tips to lower your cholesterol

DR MEGAN ROSSI: For a start, we used to think that our diet was a major contributor, but now we know almost 80 per cent of cholesterol is, in fact, made in the body - in the liver.

Source: Daily Mail

28 Nov 2022

New Study Maps the Development of the 20 Most Common Psychiatric Disorders

47% of patients with a mental health disorder receive a different diagnosis within the first ten years of receiving their initial diagnosis.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

28 Nov 2022

Medical Masks Versus N95 Respirators for Preventing COVID-19 Among Health Care Workers: A Randomized Trial: Annals of Internal Medicine: Vol 0, No 0

Background: It is uncertain if medical masks offer similar protection against COVID-19 compared with N95 respirators. Objective: To determine whether medical masks are noninferior to N95 respirators to prevent COVID-19 in health care workers providing routine…

Source: Acpjournals.org

28 Nov 2022

The Green Mediterranean Diet Reduces Twice as Much Visceral Fat as the Mediterranean Diet and 10% More Than a Healthy Diet

A modified version of the Mediterranean diet called the green Mediterranean diet, which consists of enriched dietary polyphenols such as green tea, walnuts, and duckweed, and decreased red meats, reduces more visceral fat than the traditional Mediterranean di…

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

28 Nov 2022

We're told to "eat a rainbow" of fruit and vegetables. Here's what each color does in our body

Most of us know we should eat different colored fruits and vegetables, but do you know why?

Source: Salon

28 Nov 2022

Getting pregnant soon after abortion or miscarriage might have lower risks than previously suspected: study

Researchers analyzed more than 72,765 Norwegian birth records to test the WHO's guidance on waiting six months after a a miscarriage or induced abortion before conceiving again.

Source: Fox News

28 Nov 2022

Getting pregnant soon after abortion or miscarriage might have lower risks than previously suspected: study

Researchers analyzed more than 72,765 Norwegian birth records to test the WHO's guidance on waiting six months after a a miscarriage or induced abortion...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

28 Nov 2022

Mom’s Dietary Fat Rewires Male and Female Brains Differently

Excess fat from a mother's high-fat diet triggers immune cells to over-consume serotonin in the brains of developing males, leading to depression-like behaviors in the offspring.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

28 Nov 2022

What to know about the deadliest bird flu outbreak in history

Avian influenza poses a low risk to humans, experts say.

Source: ABC News

28 Nov 2022

People With Depression Are Less Likely to Have Children

Men with depression are 33% less likely to have children, and depressed women are 15% less likely to have children than their peers who do not suffer from depression. Additionally, women are more likely to suffer symptoms of depression during their childbeari…

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

28 Nov 2022

Ten Minutes of Aerobic Exercise With Exposure Therapy Found to Reduce PTSD Symptoms

Augmenting exposure therapy with ten minutes of aerobic exercise reduces PTSD symptom severity for up to six months after a nine-week course of treatment ends.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

28 Nov 2022

App Detects Parkinsons Disease And COVID-19 Via Audio

One of the challenges of diagnosing diseases is identifying them early. At this stage, signs may be vague or confusing, or difficult to identify. Early diagnosis is often tied to the best possible …

Source: Hackaday

28 Nov 2022

Amaranth: The Underrated, High-Protein Grain That Can Help You Fight Inflammation

The Aztecs called this delicious grain the “food of immortality.”

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

28 Nov 2022

Intermittent fasting diet could actually send you to an early grave: new study

Jennifer Aniston, Kourtney Kardashian and Gisele Bundchen are fans of this trendy approach to eating, but researchers aren't.

Source: New York Post

28 Nov 2022

2 antioxidants in leafy greens, tea linked to slower memory decline

Consuming more fruits, vegetables, and tea, which are rich in antioxidant flavanols, may lead to a slower rate of cognitive decline, a new study suggests.

Source: Medical News Today

28 Nov 2022

Why eating potatoes could help you 'lose weight with little effort': study

Spuds could now be a crucial “part of a healthy diet,” according to a new study by researchers at Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Source: New York Post

28 Nov 2022

Avian flu kills 50 million birds in record US outbreak

While the risk for humans is low, authorities warn that safety measures should be taken near birds.

Source: BBC News

28 Nov 2022

The Benefits of Flaxseed (Plus 4 Ways to Easily Add It Them to Your Diet)

These seeds are a nutritional powerhouse.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

28 Nov 2022

Eating more flavonols may slow cognitive decline: study

Source: Google News

28 Nov 2022

Experimental Vaccine Protects Against All 20 Flu Strains

Source: Google News

28 Nov 2022

Schizophrenia: What to know about this complex mental health diagnosis

Schizophrenia is a complex diagnosis involving hallucinations and delusions. Here's what we're getting wrong.

Source: USA Today

28 Nov 2022

Dr. Fauci reflects on the perpetual challenge of infectious diseases

He has directed NIAID since 1984

Source: National Institutes of Health

28 Nov 2022

Long covid has pushed brain fog into the spotlight

Brain fog, which includes impaired attention, concentration, memory and processing speed, can be debilitating.

Source: The Washington Post

28 Nov 2022

Austin, here's how to get ready for arrival of cedar fever season - Austin American

The annual burst of pollen can make things pretty uncomfortable for many of us. But there are ways to lessen the impact, health experts say.

Source: Austin American-Statesman

28 Nov 2022

The Worst Ingredients No One Should Be Putting In Their Smoothies Anymore, According To Experts

Whether you're working to lose weight or just want to eat healthier, experts recommend avoiding these smoothie ingredients. Read more at SheFinds.com

Source: SheFinds

28 Nov 2022

New Alzheimer’s Breakthrough Expands Range of Potential Drugs

Cerebrovascular insulin receptors are defective in Alzheimer’s disease. A recent study published in the journal Brain conducted by Laval University and Rush University Medical Center has revealed new information about Alzheimer's disease. The study found that…

Source: SciTechDaily

28 Nov 2022

What type of honey could help reduce cholesterol, blood sugar?

A new study suggests that eating raw, monofloral honey could help reduce cholesterol and fasting blood sugar, making it a healthier alternative to other sweeteners.

Source: Medical News Today

28 Nov 2022

Naegleria fowleri: Everything you need to know about brain eating amoeba

Brain-eating amoeba Naegleria fowleri is spreading across the U.S. due to global warming.

Source: Interesting Engineering

28 Nov 2022

Covid blood-thinner drug treatment dangerous and does not work – study

UK government-backed Heal-Covid trial finds Apixaban can cause dangerous bleeding and does not improve prognosis

Source: The Guardian

28 Nov 2022

Improve memory as you age by eating more flavonols, study says

Eating more flavonols, antioxidants found in many vegetables, fruits, tea and wine, may slow your rate of memory loss, a new study finds.

Source: CNN

28 Nov 2022

Why People Who Eat These Carbs In The Morning Struggle To Lose Weight

This story has been updated to include more expert insight since it was originally posted on 11/18/2021 Contrary to popular believe, carbs aren’t all bad...

Source: SheFinds

28 Nov 2022

A mash made in heaven! POTATOES can help you lose weight, scientists say

People tend to eat the same weight of food at meal times so they feel full - regardless of how many calories it contains, according to US researchers.

Source: Daily Mail

28 Nov 2022

IG Model Who is HIV Positive Blind Again After Eye Surgery

Instagram model Gena Tew, who disclosed she is HIV positive, is facing even more issues following eye surgery ... we're told she's gone completely blind in one eye.

Source: TMZ

28 Nov 2022

Second death linked to potential antibody treatment for Alzheimer's disease

Woman’s brain hemorrhage while receiving Eisai’s widely heralded lecanemab heightens concerns overs its safety

Source: Science.org

28 Nov 2022

Fast-track drug brings prostate cancer hope as it could extend life expectancy for patients

Darolutamide is already available on the NHS in England for some patients who have localised prostate cancer but is being expanded to those whose cancer has spread.

Source: Daily Mail

27 Nov 2022

Urgent care clinics see spike in testing demand

Andrew Miller is the chief medical officer for AFC Urgent Care Portland. He said flu numbers were higher in the last month than any November in the last five ye

Source: KATU

27 Nov 2022

Early results look good for 'universal' flu vaccine that could stop the next pandemic

A new flu vaccine might not seem like a big deal, but this isn’t the kind of vaccine you can currently get at the local pharmacy.�In a study published this week in Science , researchers from the� ...

Source: Dailykos.com

27 Nov 2022

Tragic: 14-Year Old Vaccine Myocarditis Victim

Rav Arora is a 21-year-old independent journalist writing on Covid vaccines, public policy, and mental health. He posts ...

Source: Theepochtimes.com

27 Nov 2022

Smartphone addiction linked with lower cognitive abilities, less self-control, and worse psychological well-being

Published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, researchers found that problematic smartphone use is linked with low self-esteem as well as negative cognitive outcomes. ...

Source: PsyPost

27 Nov 2022

Naturopathy diet for diabetes: 5 Herbs that control sugar levels

Here are 5 herbs to include in your diet to control sugar levels.

Source: The Times of India

27 Nov 2022

More proof COVID is a multi-system cluster bomb

This study shows you’re better off not getting COVID and whatever way that you do that is probably a good thing

Source: Mja.com.au

27 Nov 2022

Here's Exactly How Much Vitamin D is Safe, as Man Hospitalized With Intoxication — Eat This Not That

A man in the UK was hospitalized after taking almost four hundred times the daily recommended amount of vitamin D.

Source: Eatthis.com

27 Nov 2022

Emotionally Intelligent People Use a Simple 3-Word Phrase to Completely Change How They Deal With Criticism

Source: Google News

27 Nov 2022

Try this interval workout to avoid HIIT burnout or injuries

High-intensity interval training, or HIIT workouts, has been a top 10 fitness trend since 2014. Yet there are similar forms of interval training that may be a better fit for your training goals and needs, experts say. Here are the three variations.

Source: CNN

27 Nov 2022

This Is Actually The Worst Beverage To Drink Every Morning If You Want To Lose Weight

Discover the one morning beverage health experts say you should steer clear of if you want to slim down, only on SheFinds.

Source: SheFinds

27 Nov 2022

New Study Reveals a Secret to Becoming More Active

Recent research reveals that to become less sedentary, you may need an active friend. A new mathematical model incorporates the influence of social interactions on community exercise patterns, implying that connecting with moderately active individuals may mo…

Source: SciTechDaily

27 Nov 2022

Halt Vaccination of Young People Until Vaccine-Linked Myocarditis Is Studied: MIT Professor

Retsef Levi, a former Israeli military intelligence officer, an expert in risk management and health systems, and a professor at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management, coauthored a paper that found a 25 percent rise in heart att…

Source: Theepochtimes.com

27 Nov 2022

Vitamin B12 deficiency is a common health problem that can have serious consequences

“For several months during the summer of 2022, my dog Scout vomited at 3 a.m. nearly every day. If you have a dog, you know the sound. And each time, she gobbled up her mess before I could get to it, making diagnosis of the cause difficult,”...

Source: Jamaica Gleaner

27 Nov 2022

Warning to millions of AirPods users over harmful health threat

Constantly wearing your earbuds could be doing more harm than good - and it’s more than just turning down the racket.

Source: 7NEWS.com.au

27 Nov 2022

Why Certain Types of Music Make Our Brains Sing, and Others Don’t

Music can induce a range of emotions and help us to better understand different cultures. But what is it that makes us tune in to some songs more than others? Researchers say when we listen to a song, our brains predict what happens next, and that prediction …

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

26 Nov 2022

USask researchers discover possible new treatment for brain cancer | Globalnews.ca

Researchers with the University of Saskatchewan have developed a new method of killing brain cancer cells, without killing the healthy cells surrounding them.

Source: Global News

26 Nov 2022

Battle against RSV in schools recalls COVID-19 fight

Source: Google News

26 Nov 2022

10 of the worst foods for high blood pressure: Deli meat, bread & more

Source: Google News

26 Nov 2022

10 of the worst foods for high blood pressure: Deli meat, bread & more

High blood pressure is a common condition in which the force of blood pushing against the body’s arteries is too high.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

26 Nov 2022

When Is Your Heart Rate Considered Dangerous?

Your heart rate will go up and down as you go about your day. However, it could be dangerous for your heart rate to go too high under certain circumstances.

Source: Healthdigest.com

26 Nov 2022

You dirty rats! Researchers find COVID-19 in NYC sewer rodents

New Yorkers may have a new reason to loathe rats.

Source: New York Post

26 Nov 2022

The Black Death changed our DNA and we're still paying for it

Scientists identified four genes which appear to have mutated in response to the Black Death plague pandemic.

Source: SYFY WIRE

26 Nov 2022

New longitudinal research highlights how grave the effects of childhood trauma can be for anxiety and depression

Childhood trauma is well-known to have adverse effects on mental health into adulthood, but the nuances of these outcomes are not well understood. A study published in the Journal of Affective Disorders explores how childhood trauma impacts specific aspects o…

Source: PsyPost

26 Nov 2022

Doing This After Eating Boosts Muscle Mass

Doing this activity for just two minutes after you eat helps burn fat and build muscle mass, a new study shows. Here's what you need to know.

Source: Best Life

26 Nov 2022

The Link Between Grocery Shopping and Dementia — Best Life

A new study just found a surprising connection between grocery shopping and dementia, especially in older people. Here's what to know now.

Source: Best Life

26 Nov 2022

The One Ultra-Processed Food No One Over 40 Should Be Eating Anymore Because It Ruins Your Metabolism

Learn why health experts say you should avoid white bread if you want to lose weight, only on SheFinds.

Source: SheFinds

26 Nov 2022

The One Ultra-Processed Food No One Over 40 Should Be Eating Anymore Because It Ruins Your Metabolism

Source: Google News