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08/05/2022

Coffee drinking is largely unrelated to psychological well-being, according to new research

Many coffee lovers would tell you that staying well caffeinated is a key component of their happiness, but is drinking coffee actually positively related to wellbeing? A study published in PLOS One suggests that heavy coffee drinking can actually be weakly re…

Source: PsyPost

08/04/2022

Cold sores and shingles may be linked to Alzheimer's, new research indicates

The implications for this are both good and bad.

Source: MarketWatch

08/03/2022

Troubling new research shows warm waters rushing towards the world's biggest ice sheet in Antarctica

Warmer waters are flowing towards the East Antarctic ice sheet, according to our alarming new research which reveals a potential new driver of global sea-level rise.

Source: Phys.Org

08/01/2022

You Might Not Need a Daily Vitamin D Supplement After All, New Research Shows

Source: Google News

08/01/2022

You Might Not Need a Daily Vitamin D Supplement After All, New Research Shows

A recent study conducted by a team at Harvard Medical School found that people over the age of 50 likely won't reap benefits from supplementing the nutrient ...

Source: Martha Stewart

08/01/2022

What Causes Autism? New Research Uncovers a Key Factor in Brain Development

Researchers from Texas A&M College of Medicine have provided answers to important questions concerning how the neocortex develops, providing new information about the root causes of intellectual disabilities. A significant advancement in our understanding of …

Source: SciTechDaily

07/20/2022

Can Listening to the Beatles Improve Your Memory? New Research Says Music Just Might Stir the Brain

Listening to your favorite music increases connectivity in the brain, especially for older people. Researchers said music appears to bridge the gap between the auditory system and the reward system in the brain.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

07/17/2022

The 10 best U.S. companies for career growth, according to new research

63% of U.S. workers who quit their jobs last year cited a lack of advancement opportunities as one of the main reasons for leaving, Pew Research Center found.

Source: CNBC

07/16/2022

Vaccines for shingles, measles may protect against severe COVID-19, new research suggests

The Cleveland Clinic and Boston-based Brigham and Women’s Hospital found evidence suggesting that two common immunizations strengthen the COVID-19 vaccine’s ability to protect against severe COVID-19.

Source: cleveland.com

07/15/2022

New research suggests adverse childhood experiences accelerate the biological processes of aging

"Harms in early life can take many forms, and can lead to health consequences many years down the road. What our study shows is that these consequences manifest as perturbations to multiple biological systems, which can be measured from biomarkers in blood." …

Source: PsyPost

07/15/2022

New Research Shows Early Anal Lesion Treatment Reduces Cancer Risk

The large study’s results is good news for those at elevated risk of anal cancer.

Source: Hivplusmag.com

07/15/2022

New research into why woodpeckers don’t get concussions busts a popular myth

Absorption of the head's kinetic energy would actually impair the bird's pecking ability.

Source: Ars Technica

07/14/2022

Y chromosome loss through aging can lead to an increased risk of heart failure and death from cardiovascular disease, new research finds

The negative health effects of Y chromosome loss could be one potential reason women tend to live longer than men.

Source: The Conversation Africa

07/12/2022

New Research May Have You Eating Avocado Every Day

People are eating more avocados than ever, and not just in guacamole, and that seems like good news for their health.

Source: Tastingtable.com

06/30/2022

Astronauts Can Suffer a Decade of Bone Loss During Months in Space, New Research Suggests

It’s a discouraging result, but resistance exercises could help.

Source: Gizmodo.com

06/30/2022

Wildfires may have sparked Earth's largest mass extinction event, new research reveals

Researchers believe the Permian mass extinction event 248 million years ago that killed off almost every species on Earth may have been sparked in part by widespread wildfires.

Source: Daily Mail

06/25/2022

The #1 Worst Drink Causing a Fatty Liver, New Research Suggests — Eat This Not That

The results of a recent study which found that soft drinks can increase the risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.

Source: Eatthis.com

06/25/2022

The #1 Worst Drink Causing a Fatty Liver, New Research Suggests

Source: msnNOW

06/24/2022

New Research: COVID-19 Vaccines Saved 20 Million Deaths Worldwide in the First Year

First modeling study to quantify the impact of COVID-19 vaccines on a global scale estimates that 19.8 million out of a potential 31.4 million deaths were prevented in the first year after vaccines were introduced (December 8, 2020 - December 8, 2021). A furt…

Source: SciTechDaily

06/19/2022

Many younger baby boomers may outlive their 401(k) savings, new research finds. Here's why

New research paints worrisome picture for how long 401(k) savings last retirees.

Source: CNBC

06/15/2022

New Research Shows Vitamin D Deficiency Leads to Dementia

Dementia is diminished cognitive functioning with a loss of ability to remember, think, solve problems, or make decisions — if it has progressed to the point that it interferes with doing everyday activities. It is a broad term, rather than a specific disease…

Source: SciTechDaily

06/15/2022

Moderate Drinkers Who Engaged in Binge Drinking Were 5 Times More Likely to Have Alcohol-Related Problems, According to New Research

If you're looking to moderate your alcohol consumption, you may think that drinking only on certain days can help curb your intake—but a recent study is showing the opposite. Here's how to imbibe in a healthier way.

Source: Eatingwell.com

06/14/2022

NASA, Partner Establish New Research Group for Mars Sample Return Prog

Sixteen scientists from the U.S., Europe, Canada, and Japan have been chosen to help future samples from the Red Planet achieve their full potential.

Source: NASA

06/14/2022

Keto diet could be the secret to living longer, according to new research

Another compelling reason to eat bacon.

Source: New York Post

06/11/2022

New Research Shows That Probiotics Can Help Alleviate Depression

Good Bacteria To Tackle Depression Gut microbiome plays an important role in health – including mental health. Researchers from the University of Basel and the University Psychiatric Clinics Basel (UPK) have shown that probiotics can support the effect of ant…

Source: SciTechDaily

06/11/2022

New Research Shows the Earth’s Inner Core Oscillates – Causes Variation in the Length of a Day

Scientists identify a six-year cycle of super- and sub-rotation that affected the length of a day based on their analysis of seismic data. Earth's structure is divided into layers, with the inner core at the center followed by the outer core, lower mantle, up…

Source: SciTechDaily

06/09/2022

The #1 Best Food That Lowers Your Risk of a Fatty Liver, New Research Finds — Eat This Not That

New research shows that participants who regularly ate this food had a lower chance of developing nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.

Source: Eatthis.com

06/06/2022

Plaque to basics: New research hints Alzheimer's treatments may be looking in the wrong place

Source: Google News

06/05/2022

The #1 Worst Eating Habit Increasing Your Risk of Cancer, New Research Suggests — Eat This Not That

New data has revealed that there is one vitamin in particular that is necessary when looking to fight off cancer.

Source: Eatthis.com

06/05/2022

A Potential Cure for Autism: New Research Finds That Gene Therapy Could Treat Pitt-Hopkins Syndrome

New research from the UNC Neuroscience Center lab of Ben Philpot, Ph.D., finds restoring lost gene activity prevents many disease signs in an animal model of Pitt-Hopkins syndrome, a rare, single-gene neurodevelopmental condition. Pitt-Hopkins syndrome is a r…

Source: SciTechDaily

06/04/2022

New Research Finds a Higher Dose of Melatonin Improved Sleep

In a small study of healthy adults aged 55 and older, 5 mg of melatonin increased total sleep time compared to placebo. Although recent research by the University of Cambridge and Fudan University found that seven hours is the ideal amount of sleep, many Amer…

Source: SciTechDaily

06/02/2022

Drinking coffee tied to lower risk of dying: New research shows

One’s morning cup of coffee being dubbed a “life line” of sorts may be more than just a cliche or joke because a new study published this week in the Annals of Internal Medicine shows that those who drink coffee, even with a teaspoon of sugar, may be 30% less…

Source: Washington Examiner

06/01/2022

New Research Reveals Optimal Dose of Omega-3 Fatty Acids To Lower Blood Pressure

According to new research published in the Journal of the American Heart Association, about 3 grams of omega-3 fatty acids per day appears to be the optimal dose for reducing blood pressure. This level can be attained through either consumption of dietary sup…

Source: SciTechDaily

05/30/2022

New Research Shows ADHD Medication Doesn’t Help Kids Learn

For decades, most doctors, parents, and teachers have believed that stimulant medications help children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) learn. However, in the first study of its kind, scientists at the Center for Children and Families at …

Source: SciTechDaily

05/30/2022

New research identifies generational differences in personality

There is a lot of talk about divides between generations - but how accurate is that? Do personality traits really change that much depending on when a person was born? A new study published in Psychological Science suggests that there are both differences in …

Source: PsyPost

05/29/2022

The #1 Best Fruit For a Sharper Brain, New Research Says — Eat This Not That

According to a new study from Frontiers in Nutrition, you can boost your brain health with this type of popular fruit.

Source: Eatthis.com

05/29/2022

A new research suggests HIV drug could combat middle-aged memory loss

A team of researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles, have discovered a critical molecular mechanism behind memory linking and found a way to restore this brain function in middle-aged mice through an FDA-approved HIV drug.

Source: Interesting Engineering

05/27/2022

What is it about the human brain that makes us smarter than other animals? New research gives intriguing answer

Human brains seem to be wired differently to those of chimps or macaques.

Source: The Conversation Africa

05/24/2022

New Research May Explain Unexpected Effects of Common Painkillers Including Ibuprofen and Aspirin

Pain and inflammation are commonly treated by non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen and aspirin. However, even at similar doses, different NSAIDs can have unexpected and unexplained effects on many diseases, including heart disease …

Source: SciTechDaily

05/23/2022

New Research May Explain Unexpected Effects of Common Painkillers

Researchers uncover the mechanism behind how a subset of NSAIDs reduces inflammation, which helps explain some of the curious side effects of the anti-inflammatories.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

05/22/2022

New Research Finds Drinking Alcohol More Dangerous to the Heart Than Previously Thought

Levels of alcohol consumption currently considered safe by some countries are associated with the development of heart failure, according to new research presented at Heart Failure 2022, a scientific congress of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).[1] “T…

Source: SciTechDaily

05/20/2022

New Research Challenges Established Ideas About Infant Crying

The duration of a baby's crying decreases significantly after five weeks of age, but crying remains an important part of a child's communication repertoire after the age of six months.

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

05/20/2022

These Healthy Habits Add Years to Your Life, According to New Research

Source: Google News

05/19/2022

Growing hepatitis outbreak in young children now leading to new research on COVID-19

The idea that there may be a link between COVID-19 and this liver inflammation illness in children: https://bit.ly/39B2Qc5_______________Stay up to date with...

Source: YouTube

05/18/2022

Your iPhone can be hacked with malware even when it’s switched off, new research finds

A new study by German researchers has revealed that iPhones can be infected with malware, even when they’re switched off.

Source: Euronews

05/16/2022

New Research Offers Clues as to Why Some Babies Die of SIDS

The study could pave the way for newborn screening — but the results still need to be corroborated by further research.

Source: New York Times

05/05/2022

This Is How Much Sleep You Should Be Getting As You Grow Older, According to New Research

And the number may not be what you think.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

05/02/2022

This Nut Could Help Protect You From Alzheimer's, New Research Suggests — Eat This Not That

Some foods could help your mind function better, while others could be doing some damage to your cognitive abilities.

Source: Eatthis.com

04/26/2022

Alzheimer’s and Daytime Napping Linked in New Research

Study reveals a bi-directional link between daytime napping and cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer's disease. Researchers say longer, more frequent napping was associated with worse cognition after one year, and worse cognition was linked to longer a…

Source: Neurosciencenews.com

04/06/2022

Global government debt set to soar to record $71 trillion this year, new research says

Global sovereign debt is expected to climb by 9.5% to a record $71.6 trillion in 2022, according to a new report, while borrowing is also set to remain elevated.

Source: CNBC

03/30/2022

Eating This Food Twice a Week Could Lower Your Risk for Heart Disease, New Research Says

Those who ate two servings of this veggie each week were 16% less likely to develop heart disease.

Source: Eatingwell.com

03/22/2022

New Research Shows Higher Risk of Developing Diabetes After Covid-19 Infection

Study adds to growing evidence showing increased risk for a range of cardiometabolic conditions after Covid-19

Source: The Wall Street Journal

03/21/2022

New Research Says a Change in Blood Pressure When Standing Up Could Shed Light on Your Heart Attack Risk Level

Maybe try two readings the next time you get out the blood pressure cuff.

Source: Eatingwell.com

03/18/2022

Investor behavior in Europe is mirroring the market's worst crises, new research shows

European fund flow patterns so far this year are emulating historical crisis periods for markets, according to a new report from Refinitiv.

Source: CNBC

03/14/2022

Coronavirus symptoms: New research finds signs of COVID-19 in fully vaccinated

Coronavirus vaccines have helped us cope better with the COVID-19 crisis and have alleviated the adverse effects of the SARs-COV-2 virus. It has proved to be a boon during these baneful times and helped us tackle severe COVID infections.

Source: The Times of India

03/10/2022

New Research Says Eating a Wider Variety of This Nutrient May Lower Risk of High Blood Pressure

Shaking up your eating routine could be healthier than you realize.

Source: Eatingwell.com

03/09/2022

New Research Says This Type of Diet Can Lower Cholesterol and Blood Sugar—Even if You Don't Lose Any Weight

We would have guessed it was Mediterranean diet, but it's not!

Source: Eatingwell.com

03/03/2022

New research suggests a causal link between blood group and severe COVID-19

A new study has analyzed over 3000 proteins to identify which are causally linked to the development of severe COVID-19. This is the first study to assess such a large number of proteins for their connection to COVID-19. The findings provide insight into pote…

Source: Medical Xpress

03/02/2022

This Type of Exercise Could Lower Your Risk for Cancer, Diabetes and Heart Disease, According to New Research

Even just 30 minutes each week may make a difference!

Source: Eatingwell.com

03/01/2022

Eating Less of This Food Could Lower Your Cancer Risk, According to New Research

Good news: We have lots of recipes to get you started.

Source: Eatingwell.com

02/28/2022

Keeping fit can cut your risk of dementia by up to a THIRD, new research suggests

Staying fit into middle age can reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease by up to a third, a study suggests. Even small gains in heart and lung health can be hugely beneficial.

Source: Daily Mail

02/24/2022

New research says asteroid that killed the dinosaurs hit Earth in the spring

Fossils of animals that died immediately after the asteroid hit gave researchers some answers to the time of year when the cataclysm occurred.

Source: USA Today

02/14/2022

Ending the debate: New research solves long-standing Antarctic climate change mystery

New research led by the University of Massachusetts Amherst definitively resolves a long-standing discrepancy in the geologic record that pitted studies of marine ice-sheet behavior against those that reconstructed past conditions on land. The research, publi…

Source: Phys.Org

02/14/2022

New research points to vagus nerve damage as reason for long COVID

Source: Google News

02/11/2022

New research offers concern for pregnant women, COVID-19

Here's what the study found.

Source: YouTube

02/09/2022

New Research Says Mosquitoes Are Most Attracted to a Specific Color

A new study from researchers at the University of Washington examines exactly which color attracts mosquitoes (plus a few others you may want to avoid too).

Source: Prevention.com

02/08/2022

Antihistamines Could Help Some Long Covid Patients, New Research Suggests

A new case report offers anecdotal evidence that antihistamines may be worth exploring as a potential treatment for long covid symptoms.

Source: Gizmodo.com

02/05/2022

New research shows how color could help stave off mosquitoes

Mosquito bites are an unfortunate inevitability of summertime — or are they?

Source: CBS News

02/03/2022

These 7 Heart-Healthy Goals Could Also Keep Your Brain Healthier, According to New Research

People who stuck to at least five of these health goals had brains that were practically 7 years younger, researchers say.

Source: Eatingwell.com

02/03/2022

New Research Finds That With Obesity, the Problem Isn’t an Excess of Fat but Its Loss of Function

Obesity is known to cause cardiometabolic diseases like hypertension and diabetes but attributing these diseases to merely an overabundance of fat is a simplification. On a basic level, fat acts as a receptacle to store energy, but upon a closer look it is an…

Source: SciTechDaily

01/26/2022

New Research Hints at 4 Factors That May Increase Chances of Long Covid

If further study confirms the findings, they could lead to ways to prevent and treat the complex condition.

Source: New York Times

01/25/2022

This Surprising Thing Can Take a Toll on Men's Heart Health, According to New Research

A new study found a relationship between anxiety and heart disease in men.

Source: Eatingwell.com

01/24/2022

Saturn’s ‘Death Star’ Moon May Have a Hidden Ocean, New Research Suggests - IGN

Mimas, a moon of Saturn that resembles the Death Star because of its huge crater, may have an ocean under its icy surface, according to new research.

Source: IGN

01/23/2022

New Research Suggests High-Purity CBD May Help Block COVID-19 Virus From Replicating

UChicago Medicine study suggests high-purity CBD may help block virus from replicating. Researchers recommend clinical trials for CBD to prevent COVID-19 based on promising animal data. An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the University of Chicago h…

Source: SciTechDaily

01/22/2022

DNA Mutations Are Not Random: New Research Radically Changes Our Understanding of Evolution

Findings could lead to advances in plant breeding, human genetics. A simple roadside weed may hold the key to understanding and predicting DNA mutation, according to new research from University of California, Davis, and the Max Planck Institute for Developme…

Source: SciTechDaily

01/19/2022

New Research Shows How Health Risks to Children Mount as Temperatures Rise

Hotter temperatures in late spring and summer were associated with higher rates of emergency room visits for children across the United States, researchers...

Source: New York Times

01/19/2022

New Research Shows How Health Risks to Children Mount as Temperatures Rise

The first nationwide study on rising temperatures and younger Americans found that hotter days were associated with more visits to emergency rooms.

Source: New York Times

01/18/2022

These Are the Top 5 Reasons People Are Quitting During the Great Resignation, According to Massive New Research (Hint: None Of Them Is Pay)

A team out of MIT combed through huge amounts of data to determine the real causes of the Great Resignation.

Source: Inc.

01/16/2022

New research from ESA's CHEOPS observatory reveals rugby ball shape of strange exoplanet - NASASpaceFlight.com

Exoplanets all over the universe come in different sizes, compositions, colors, and temperatures. However, they…

Source: NASASpaceflight.com

01/10/2022

Where are memories stored in the brain? New research suggests they may be in the connections between your brain cells

Understanding where and how memories are formed could lead to more ways to treat conditions like PTSD and addiction.

Source: The Conversation Africa

01/05/2022

New research questions 'whiff of oxygen' in Earth's early history

Evidence arguing for a "whiff of oxygen" before the Earth's Great Oxygenation Event 2.3 billion years ago are chemical signatures that were probably introduced at a much later time, according to research published in Science Advances.

Source: Phys.Org

01/01/2022

Eating This Food Can Cause Fatty Liver Disease, New Research Shows

New research finds that red meat is linked with an increased risk of developing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

Source: Eatthis.com

01/01/2022

Eating This Food Can Cause Fatty Liver Disease, New Research Shows

Source: msnNOW

12/27/2021

Chemotherapy, radiation may not be needed to treat cancer: New research

A team of 11 scientists from the Cleveland Clinic in the US and a researcher from Allahabad University (AU) have found a way in which chemo and radiation therapy will not be required to kill cancer cells.

Source: The Tribune India

12/22/2021

Walk-Through Metal Detectors Can Be Hacked, New Research Finds

Garrett metal detectors, which are used in schools and government buildings, have security vulnerabilities that can be remotely exploited.

Source: Gizmodo.com

12/20/2021

New Research Finds COVID-19 Can Infect Body Fat Cells

New research out of Stanford University could be the answer to a COVID observation doctors have made since the beginning of the pandemic.

Source: news9.com KWTV

12/07/2021

COVID: How bad is the omicron variant? Q&A on what new research is telling us

New South African study suggests that fast-spreading omicron variant may be a more infectious but gentler variant than delta.

Source: The Mercury News

12/06/2021

Eating This Food Every Day Could Help Curb Nausea During Pregnancy, According to New Research

Good news: it’s the kind of thing you could eat morning, noon or night.

Source: Eatingwell.com

12/03/2021

“This Virus Is a Shape-Shifter!” – New Research Details How COVID Variants Are Evolving New Ways To Evade Vaccines

New study models future SARS-CoV-2 mutations and forecasts their ability to evade immune defenses developed by vaccines and antibody-based treatments. Since the study was completed, several of the predicted mutations appeared in omicron, the most recently ide…

Source: SciTechDaily

12/03/2021

Roche develops new research test kits for Omicron variant

Roche's <a href="https://www.reuters.com/companies/ROG.S" target="_blank">(ROG.S)</a> newly acquired subsidiary TIB Molbiol has developed three new test kits to help researchers detect mutations in the new Omicron variant of coronavirus, Roche said on Friday.

Source: Reuters

12/02/2021

New Research Finds Eating Lots of Avocados Has Public Health Benefits for Issues Like Obesity

Randomized controlled trial found that families with high avocado consumption self-reported reduced caloric intake and an overall healthier diet. In a novel study, researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine and the Herbert Wertheim S…

Source: SciTechDaily

11/30/2021

Some Cell Therapies Work by Dying, New Research Shows

Source: Google News

11/24/2021

The Arctic Ocean began warming decades earlier than previously thought, new research shows

The Arctic Ocean has been warming since around 1900, decades earlier than observations would suggest, according to new research.

Source: CNN

11/22/2021

New research explores the 'active grandparent hypothesis' and evolution

The review explains how humans evolved to need physical activity as they age to increase life span and reduce the risk of disease.

Source: STAT

11/22/2021

New research outlines how longer lives are tied to physical activity

Just about everyone knows that exercise is good for you. Some people can even rattle off reasons it keeps your muscles and joints strong, and how it fights off certain diseases. But how many people can tell you the story of why and how physical activity was b…

Source: Phys.Org

11/19/2021

More than a million Americans may have long-term loss of smell due to COVID-19, new research says

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought on an "emerging public health concern" of people losing their sense of smell, according to new research.

Source: WJCL News

11/17/2021

New research offers glimpse into early human development

Scientists have been able to get a rare glimpse into a crucial, early stage of human development by analyzing an embryo in its third week after fertilization — a moment in time that has been difficult to study because of both practical and ethical considerati…

Source: Associated Press

11/10/2021

New research helps explain the genetic basis for why we look the way we do

Which genes control the defining features that make us look as we do? And how do they make it happen?

Source: Phys.Org

11/03/2021

10 dietary tips to reduce heart disease and stroke risk, according to new research

The American Heart Association (AHA) on Tuesday outlined 10 key features of a heart-healthy eating pattern.

Source: Fox News

11/03/2021

10 dietary tips to reduce heart disease and stroke risk, according to new research

The American Heart Association (AHA) on Tuesday outlined 10 key features of a heart-healthy eating pattern.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

10/27/2021

Gun ownership is not associated with male sexual dysfunction, according to new research

Men experiencing sexual dysfunction are no more likely to be gun owners than men who are not experiencing such problems, according to new research ...

Source: PsyPost

10/21/2021

Are You Hitting Your Sleep "Sweet Spot?" New Research Suggests Doing So Will Keep Your Brain Sharp

Getting too little or too much sleep can cause cognitive decline, according to a new study published in the journal Brain.

Source: Martha Stewart

10/19/2021

Sex of the fetus influences the mother's response to Covid-19 infection, new research shows - STAT

Boston-based research teams also found that pregnant and lactating women mount robust antibody responses to both vaccination and infection.

Source: STAT

10/17/2021

A Sunny Outlook for Solar: New Research Demonstrates Great Promise for Improving Solar Cell Efficiency

New research demonstrates great promise of all-inorganic perovskite solar cells for improving the efficiencies of solar cells. Hybrid organic-inorganic perovskites have already demonstrated very high photovoltaic efficiencies of greater than 25%. The prevaili…

Source: SciTechDaily

10/13/2021

Intermittent Fasting Can Lead to "Significant" Weight Loss, New Research Says

New research suggests that intermittent fasting may help those with obesity drop the same amount of weight as they would cutting calories.

Source: Eatthis.com

10/11/2021

What new research says about adding healthy years to your life

Source: Google News

10/11/2021

Teaching ancient brains new tricks: New research shows how modern physicists think

The science of physics has strived to find the best possible explanations for understanding matter and energy in the physical world across all scales of space and time. Modern physics is filled with complex concepts and ideas that have revolutionized the way …

Source: Medical Xpress

10/06/2021

People are developing diabetes after COVID-19. It might be because the virus messing with insulin-producing cells, new research suggests.

The virus could be completely changing the way the pancreas beta cells work, Dr. Shiubing Chen told Insider.

Source: Business Insider

10/05/2021

New research shows that school mask mandates work

Recently published findings on universal masking policies in schools reinforce previously touted messages that they help keep kids safe and prevent the spread of COVID-19, a D.C. pediatrician says.

Source: WTOP

10/05/2021

New Research Says This Health Condition Can Make You 61% More Likely to Develop Dementia

A healthy ticker between the ages of 35 and 44 appears to be crucial to optimize brain health. Find out why.

Source: Eatingwell.com

10/05/2021

New Research Says This Health Condition Can Make You 61% More Likely to Develop Dementia

Source: Google News

10/05/2021

'Long COVID' symptoms' cause may have been uncovered in new research

Lingering COVID-19 symptoms may be caused by an overload of inflammatory cells “trapped” inside insoluble microscopic blood clots, according to researchers at Stellenbosch University in South Africa.

Source: Fox News

10/05/2021

'Long COVID' symptoms' cause may have been uncovered in new research

Lingering COVID-19 symptoms may be caused by an overload of inflammatory cells “trapped” inside insoluble microscopic blood clots, according to researchers...

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

10/01/2021

Vaccinated people are less likely to spread Covid, new research finds

Does the Covid vaccine stop the spread of the coronavirus? Vaccinated people are less likely to spread Covid, new research finds.

Source: NBC News

10/01/2021

Vaccinated people are less likely to spread Covid, new research finds

British scientists examined how the Pfizer-BioNTech and the AstraZeneca vaccines affected the spread of the virus if a person had a breakthrough infection.

Source: Yahoo Entertainment

10/01/2021

There's even more evidence a 'high-fat Mediterranean diet' can boost your heart health, new research suggests

Mediterranean diets rich in fats like avocado and fish may improve heart health, new research suggests, despite concerns about eating too much fat.

Source: INSIDER