The nighttime habits that can detect Parkinson’s disease. Then, how do we decide between risk and reward? Then, think twice before ordering a side of bacon. And finally…your sleeping habits could predict when you die.
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Some people still have fears of the Coronavirus vaccine. Then, Do you get migraines? Eating fish might be the solution. And finally, your sense of taste may be keeping you from making healthier food choices.
Nearly 40 percent of Americans are attending family gatherings with more than 10 people this weekend, despite authorities’ continuing pleas to stay home. Then, if you have type two diabetes… drinking green tea and coffee are good for you. And finally… it’s seemingly a given that “mindful” people cope with stress better, but a new study finds that’s not true.
A study in the British Medical Journal which shows Glucosamine can help lower the risk of heart disease and stroke. Then, statistics regarding HIV testing showing most people age 13-64 get tested atlas once in their lifetime. Experts are starting to think about the next flu season knowing last years vaccine was only 29% effective. Finally, A higher IQ was …
A drinkable cocktail of designer molecules that stops the development of dementia. Then, using sugar substitutes as part of a weight loss resolution and the evidence that suggests it's no better or worse than plain old sugar. Finally, shaming people for what they do isn't right even thought new research suggests that it can get people who engage in dangerous …
Concerns over flu deaths in children has experts concerned, a new study shows it is possible to catch up on lost sleep, and finally there is evidence that what a doctor wears can impact how patient's feel about them.
New recommendations for earlier colorectal cancer screenings, low rates of folic acid consumption by pregnant women, exercise may not improve prevent cognitive impairment, and more evidence that drinking soda leads to weight gain.
A study finds it's not true that vaccines overload children's immune system. Face-to-facet interaction at work is linked to happiness. Plus, maybe pasta really isn't that bad for you?
The increase in drug overdose deaths, vitamin D to ward off infections, and drug prices.