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Dementia: Gene study boosts search for treatment

Dementia: Gene study boosts search for treatment

For the first time, researchers have identified two clusters of genes that appear to generate the neurological hallmarks of dementia. The discovery provides a new path tow

New scientific study sheds light on why acupuncture is so effective for pain control

New scientific study sheds light on why acupuncture is so effective for pain control

When it comes to pain relief, acupuncture reigns supreme. While mainstream medicine has come to rely on harmful pain relievers, new research has demonstrated that acupun

Study reveals how long it takes for LEGO head to pass through adult human digestive tract

Study reveals how long it takes for LEGO head to pass through adult human digestive tract

A team of researchers from several medical institutions in Australia and the U.K. has discovered how long it takes for a LEGO head to pass through the dig

New study concludes that just 2 weeks of sedentary behavior can trigger diabetes symptoms

New study concludes that just 2 weeks of sedentary behavior can trigger diabetes symptoms

As if it has not been emphasized enough, a study confirms that a sedentary lifestyle is a significant risk factor in diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is one of the top causes o

Study suggests physical changes to the brain due to learning happen differently than thought

Study suggests physical changes to the brain due to learning happen differently than thought

A team of researchers from the University of Tübingen and the Max-Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, both in Germany, has found evidence th

Study finds Americans report getting less sleep

Study finds Americans report getting less sleep

If you’ve been tempted lately to pull a Jughead and draw pupils on your closed eyelids to catch a few extra Z’s in your morning meetings, you&

US Centers for Disease Control to study e-scooter accidents

US Centers for Disease Control to study e-scooter accidents

A scooter rider in San Francisco. James Martin/CNETAs more people fall victim to e-scooter accidents, specialists from

Study suggests eating more lycopene-rich foods to prevent nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

Study suggests eating more lycopene-rich foods to prevent nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

Lycopene, a compound found in a number of fruits and vegetables, can help address the symptoms of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), proving just how important t

Study shows rising rates of hospitalization in the homeless

Study shows rising rates of hospitalization in the homeless

Hospitalization rates among homeless adults have increased sharply in recent years, with a very different set of causes from those in non-homeless individuals, reports a s

First-ever study of spectator injuries at sporting events

First-ever study of spectator injuries at sporting events

Injuries are part of the game. That is a common refrain in sports, usually referring to the athletes. But sometimes, it is the spectators who get hurt. &l

Study sheds light on alcohol misuse among never-deployed reservists

Study sheds light on alcohol misuse among never-deployed reservists

U.S. Army Reserve and National Guard soldiers who experience greater feelings of guilt and other negative emotions about never having

Study finds 5 types of alcohol use disorder that vary with age

Study finds 5 types of alcohol use disorder that vary with age

New research reveals five types of excessive drinking and shows which type is more prevalent at certain ages.According to new research, there are five types of problematic

Study identifies sepsis symptoms that lead to death

Study identifies sepsis symptoms that lead to death

Using patient records from 210,289 hospital visits between 2013 and 2016, Drexel University researchers have identified the specific symptoms that put pat

Some research may be encouraging ineffective prescriptions, says new study

Some research may be encouraging ineffective prescriptions, says new study

A new paper published by McGill University researchers in JAMA Internal Medicine suggests that some clinical trials may promote the use of ineffective and