Engaging in sexual nostalgia is linked to greater sexual satisfaction - PsyPost
People with heightened sexual nostalgia tend to also have heightened sexual satisfaction in their romantic relationship, according to new research published in The Journal of Sex Research. The results indicate that the positive association between sexual nost…
Published At: 2023-06-02T19:12:41Z
Eric W. Dolan
Woman Who Refused TB Treatment Finally Arrested, Faces at Least 45 Days in Jail - Gizmodo
The Washington resident had disobeyed 16 court orders mandating that she stay isolated and was finally taken into custody Thursday.
Published At: 2023-06-02T19:10:00Z
More than 400 Grail patients incorrectly told they may have cancer - Financial Times
Error prompts life assurance customers to pause or review relationship with early detection biotech
Published At: 2023-06-02T19:07:18Z
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Aging Impacts Immune Response to Spinal Cord Injuries - Neuroscience News
New research has revealed that the immune response to spinal cord injuries diminishes as individuals age.
Published At: 2023-06-02T18:38:10Z
More people are living with dementia. What are the signs and risk factors? - The Washington Post
Dementia is characterized by impairment of memory, thinking and reasoning, which eventually render people unable to engage in daily tasks
Published At: 2023-06-02T18:13:16Z
What does fiber do for the body? Benefits and how it impacts weight. - USA TODAY
While adults and kids need at least 25 to 35 grams of fiber daily, most Americans only get about 15 grams a day.
Published At: 2023-06-02T18:11:42Z
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Study: ‘Female Viagra’ from Raleigh firm ‘can be used safely and effectively in women with breast cancer’ - WRAL TechWire
A report about an ongoing trial of the drug from Raleigh-based Sprout Pharmaceuticals for treatment of low sexual desire in women finds in interim results that the so called 'female Viagra' can "be used safely and effectively in women with breast cancer."
Published At: 2023-06-02T15:56:30Z
Chemical found in 'widely used sweetner' damages human DNA, new study says - KOMO News
Researchers claim "the finding raises questions about how the sweetener may contribute to health problems."
Published At: 2023-06-02T15:49:26Z
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Muscle contractions release chemical signals that promote brain network development - PsyPost
Chemical signals from contracting muscles can influence the growth of brain networks, according to new research published in Neuroscience. The study highlights the importance of physical activity to mental health, and the findings could also help contribute t…
Published At: 2023-06-02T15:32:23Z
Eric W. Dolan
Rosemary Oil for Hair Growth: Benefits, How to Use, and Best Products - Town & Country
Experts reveal everything you need to know about the powerhouse ingredient making waves in the beauty industry.
Published At: 2023-06-02T14:54:28Z
17 High-Protein Snacks to Help Reduce Inflammation - Yahoo Life
Recipes like our Pizza Pistachios and Easy Black Bean Dip are tasty and healthy snacks you have to try. This tuna spread recipe is a healthy twist on tuna...
Published At: 2023-06-02T14:47:53Z
Harvard nutritionist: 4 toxic food ingredients that 'actually make you hungrier' and 'hijack the brain'—eat this instead - CNBC
Many foods we buy have been altered in ways that actually make us hungrier and worsen our brain function. Harvard-trained nutritionist and medical doctor Amy Shah shares the toxic additives to cut back from in your diet if you want to stay healthy, young and …
Published At: 2023-06-02T13:53:50Z
Not everyone should be taking a multivitamin - National Geographic
In some situations, they can be helpful. In others, they can lead to dangerous nutrient deficiencies or imbalances. Experts weigh in on how to make an informed decision.
Published At: 2023-06-02T13:50:21Z
Anatomy Expert Uses A Human Cadaver To Show What Cocaine Does To The Nasal Cavity - TechDigg
This video from the Institute of Human Anatomy delves into the many detrimental effects cocaine use can have on the human body.
Published At: 2023-06-02T12:33:27Z
Neuroscience research sheds light on how LSD alters the brain's "gatekeeper" - PsyPost
A study published in Neuropsychopharmacology provides new insight into how the psychedelic drug LSD influences the way different brain regions communicate. The findings suggest that LSD disrupts the brain's gatekeeping process, leading to increased informatio…
Published At: 2023-06-02T11:32:16Z
Eric W. Dolan
1 in 6 Unvaccinated People Struggle With Symptoms 2 Years After Getting COVID - U.S. News & World Report
US News is a recognized leader in college, grad school, hospital, mutual fund, and car rankings. Track elected officials, research health conditions, and find news you can use in politics, business, health, and education.
Published At: 2023-06-02T11:30:00Z
Chicago's mpox control strategy is tested as cases return before Pride - The Washington Post
Chicago's rise in mpox cases raised concerns about spread at the city's International Mr. Leather convention. The virus is spreading sexually among gay men.
Published At: 2023-06-02T10:07:38Z
Vitamin deficiency: 5 tell-tale signs of Vitamin C, D and other micronutrient deficiencies in your body - Indiatimes.com
Key micronutrient deficiencies can lead to various health problems. Signs include dry skin (vitamin D deficiency), mouth ulcers (iron and B vitamin deficiency), bleeding gums (vitamin C deficiency), hair loss (iron, biotin, and zinc deficiency), and bone pain…
Published At: 2023-06-02T08:30:00Z
AI identified these 5 types of heart failure in new study: 'Interesting to differentiate' - Fox News
University College London researchers used machine learning — a type of artificial intelligence — to pinpoint five types of heart failure, with a goal of predicting the prognosis for them.
Published At: 2023-06-02T06:00:00Z
These Are the Healthiest Nuts to Eat - Yahoo Life
Learn how these 9 nuts compare nutritionally.
Published At: 2023-06-02T03:11:00Z
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