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Common Food Additives Linked to an Increased Risk of Type 2 Diabetes - SciTechDaily

A new study has found a link between consuming nitrites from drinking water and diet and the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Nitrates and nitrates are naturally found in water and soil and are used as food preservatives to extend shelf life. The research …

Published At: 2023-02-01T03:39:18Z

CDC advises against using EzriCare eye drops as it investigates dozens of infections and one death in 11 states - CNN

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging health care providers and consumers to stop using EzriCare Artificial Tears as it conducts an investigation into at least 50 infections in 11 states that have led to instances of permanent vision los…

Published At: 2023-02-01T03:07:00Z

Katherine Dillinger

Infants Exposed to Excessive Screen Time Show Differences in Brain Function Beyond Eight Years of Age - Neuroscience News

Greater exposure to screen time during infancy was linked to poor self-regulation and brain immaturity at age eight.

Published At: 2023-02-01T00:48:28Z

Neuroscience News

Ultra-Processed Foods May Be Linked to Increased Risk of Cancer - Neuroscience News

High consumption of ultra-processed foods, including soda, chips, and some white bread products, was associated with an increased risk of developing and dying from certain kinds of cancer, including brain cancer.

Published At: 2023-01-31T23:59:09Z

Neuroscience News

The Difference Between 'Big T' & 'Little T' Trauma — And Why It Matters How It Feels To *You* - YourTango

Not all trauma is the same, and it does no good to try to compare or contrast your own trauma with that of someone else. What matters is how you perceive it and how you manage it.

Published At: 2023-01-31T23:47:52Z

Mitzi Bockmann

'Reverse Dieting' Is Not a Weight Loss Cheat Code - Lifehacker

Fitness influencers are all about reverse dieting, but their approach isn't the opposite of a diet at all.

Published At: 2023-01-31T23:00:00Z

Beth Skwarecki

Tuning Into Brainwave Rhythms Speeds up Learning in Adults - Neuroscience News

Tuning into a person's brain wave cycle before they perform a learning task can dramatically improve the speed at which cognitive skills improve.

Published At: 2023-01-31T22:52:28Z

Neuroscience News

Doctor shares foods you need to eat together for health benefits - Daily Mail

Harley Street dietitian Dr Megan Rossi, from Queensland, has revealed the foods you should eat together in order to boost the absorption of vitamins and minerals and give you the best health benefits.

Published At: 2023-01-31T22:40:49Z

Sophie Haslett

Moderate and Intense Physical Activity Favors Good Sleep - Neuroscience News

Physical activity improves sleep quality, especially for women, a new study reports.

Published At: 2023-01-31T22:15:36Z

Neuroscience News

Celebs Who've Addressed The Ozempic Weight Loss Trend - BuzzFeed News

Chelsea Handler, Remi Bader, and Elon Musk are among the celebs who've shared their thoughts.

Published At: 2023-01-31T21:55:16Z

Anthony Robledo

Scientists Reveal New Potential Therapeutic Targets for Mental and Neurological Disorders - SciTechDaily

UCI researchers have discovered the crucial role of cilia in the striatum of the brain in time perception. A recent study from researchers at the University of California, Irvine found that the removal of cilia from the striatum region of the brain negatively…

Published At: 2023-01-31T20:51:44Z

Do Sleep Medications Increase Your Chances of Dementia? - Neuroscience News

People who frequently take sleeping medications are 79% more likely to develop dementia than those who never use sleeping pills to aid their rest.

Published At: 2023-01-31T20:22:03Z

Neuroscience News

A man bought seeds online to brew tea for his chronic pain. It led to an opioid addiction. - msnNOW

The 65-year-old patient used poppy seed tea for chronic pain and struggled to stop drinking it on his own, according to a case report.

Published At: 2023-01-31T20:05:37Z

Doctor: Check for symptoms, family history of thyroid disease -

Over 12% of the U.S. population will develop some form of thyroid condition during their lifetime, according to the American Thyroid Association. A West Michigan doctor recommends keeping an eye on yours.

Published At: 2023-01-31T19:54:51Z

Anna Skog

Could a Heart Medication Stop Violent Crimes From Happening? - Yahoo News

Marcin WisniosBeta blockers slow down your heart rate. Doctors prescribe them to patients dealing with cardiovascular issues like high blood pressure, or...

Published At: 2023-01-31T19:00:00Z

Tony Ho Tran

MSNBC Anchor Hospitalized With Severe Myocarditis, Pericarditis - The Epoch Times

An MSNBC anchor revealed in a recent segment that she was hospitalized with heart inflammation in December, leading her to miss work for about a month. Yasmin Vossoughian said that the health scare started on Dec. 20 when she started to experience chest pains…

Published At: 2023-01-31T18:31:24Z

Jack Phillips

A 'concerning' number of women 65 and older are dying from cervical cancer, according to a new study - Yahoo Life

More older women are being diagnosed with late-stage cervical cancer, which experts say is concerning. Here's what you need to know.

Published At: 2023-01-31T17:12:30Z

Rachel Grumman Bender

Valley fever could be spreading across the U.S. Here are the symptoms and what you need to know - Fortune

Infection most commonly found in the southwestern United States.

Published At: 2023-01-31T17:03:00Z

L'Oreal Thompson Payton

My hormones were feeding my unborn baby -- and a melon-sized cyst - New York Post

A pregnant mom discovered her baby wasn’t the only thing growing in her stomach.

Published At: 2023-01-31T17:03:00Z

Brooke Steinberg

Adult drug use rose during pandemic, but dropped dramatically in youth, study says - CNN

Adult use of marijuana and alcohol rose when Covid-19 struck, but use of any substance dropped in teenagers, a new study finds.

Published At: 2023-01-31T16:04:00Z

Sandee LaMotte