Scientists have found new information on the effects of pregnancy. Then, a key element in fighting cancer can be found in the forest. Then, a new paper in the journal, Endocrinology, is the first to show how men and women respond differently to vascular insulin resistance. And finally… can you think with only half a brain?
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.
Only 7% of Americans have good cardiometabolic health; How light affects your mood; The secret to a long life; How cigar labels are misleading consumers.
AI outperforms expert humans in brain surgery instruction. A new study finds brain measurements in children with ADHD not that much different than peers. And finally, the right education could decrease teen birth rates.
Water from private wells could be harming your children. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, except maybe not for people who’ve experienced multiple major disasters. And finally, scientists are one step closer in their search for how to regrow lost limbs.
A new finds that patients showing up at rural hospital ERs have extremely similar outcomes compared to patients in urban-area ERs. Then, new research sheds light on why more girls don't go into STEM. Plus, pandemic depression linked to sitting and lack of activity. And finally, Alexa and Siri aren't very helpful when it comes to health.
Even if the Covid pandemic were to disappear tomorrow, a new study shows that the human toll of Covid would go on. Then, among college-educated women, unwed motherhood isn't as rare as it used to be. And finally… people with bipolar disorder may someday be given dietary guidelines to help control it.
Scientists have finally found something good about having a cold—it makes you less likely to be infected by Covid-19. Then, childhood exposure to lead may affect your personality later. And finally, scientists have developed clothing that can prevent 100 percent of mosquito bites.
A large new study shows people are in more pain than ever before. Then, One of the hallmarks of diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and ALS is a misfolding of proteins. now researchers say those folded proteins may be linked to gut bacteria. Then, here’s another way to cut your cancer risk—eat more mushrooms. And finally, a study showing that air …
A study shows that the Covid-19 virus may hide in the body and become activated again much later. Then, Scientists have engineered a killer t-cell in the blood that attacks other t-cells causing diabetes. And finally… as the pandemic drags on, a new study is showing that people under age 30 aren’t weathering the strain as well as older people.
Glaucoma is the world’s number one cause of blindness and those daily eye drops are not always successful. Then, the number of times a woman has given birth affects how quickly she ages. Plus, you can expect another decline in Covid-19 transmission as we head into spring. And finally, if you want to make shots hurt less… make the right kind of face.
Scientists have learned why symptoms of a coronavirus infection includes the loss of the sense of smell. Then, a new nasal vaccine has proven effective in prompting an immune response in mice without causing illness. Six foot rule might be overstated without proper ventilation. Also, some good news if you’ve always thought that selfish jerks get ahead …