Dr. Nikki Vars McCullough, a respiratory expert, gives advice on how to stay safe even when inside your home.
A new test could better detect autism in children. Then, can air particles cause a heart attack? Then, A new, non-pharmaceutical approach to treating type two diabetes. And finally…can grocery shopping actually predict longevity?
Air pollution may be killing more people than previously thought. Then, Science is giving us one more reason to drink wine. Then, Can air particles cause a heart attack? And finally… One of the first studies to research how Covid-19 affects older infants shows positive results.
Efforts to improve the health habits of children have largely failed; A recent study in reveals that our gender determines how our muscles interact with other metabolic tissue; Does toxic air damage our brains?; Video games may not be rotting our brains after all.
Nearly invisible specks of microplastics seep into our water, air, and have recently been found inside our bodies. Experts discuss how we ingest them and what potential effects they may have on our health.
It’s no secret mercury can harm our health, so why are dangerous exposures still prevalent? Dr. Charles Driscoll explains how mercury’s invaded all parts of our lives, and the government’s erratic policies surrounding the element.
In the future, robots may be brushing your teeth; Air pollution is taking years off of life expectancy; Can gardening help ease symptoms of anxiety and depression?; And finally…has zoom hindered creativity?
Even a ‘healthy glow’ means our cells have already been damaged, and the sun isn’t the only problem. Dr. Shadi Kourosh discusses how factors like air pollution and digital screens can also harm our skin.
About 25% of pregnant women have skipped taking care of their health needs due to cost. A new machine learning platform can analyze a short video clip created while taking selfies and accurately predict whether the person is at risk of Parkinson’s disease. Then, air pollution significantly lessens brain performance. And finally, if you want to help the …
Traffic engineers are learning that they can increase road efficiency and safety by eliminating left turns at many busy intersections, even those that have left turn arrows. This increases distance traveled for some people--some may have to make three right turns instead--but virtually everyone benefits in travel time, as package carrier UPS has learned. A …
Officials are worried we may start seeing a spike in Covid cases soon and it could become serious by fall. Then, Have you lost your sense of smell? Covid may not be to blame--it could be air pollution. Then, doctors can now use smartphone cameras to detect bacteria on the skin and in the mouth. And finally, for people suffering from hard-to-treat …
A recent report shows that more than a dozen refineries around the US are emitting benzene pollution into the air at higher levels than allowed by the EPA. An activist discusses this newly labeled problem and what the agency can do to curb it.