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Heart Disease Risk May Show In Your Earlobes, Eyes, Fingers

The heart, so integral to life, sits in its protective cage in the chest, going about its work without any external sign to the owner.

 

Fermented Dairy Products Linked To Lower Heart Disease Risk

Eating fermented dairy products could protect against heart disease, a study has suggested.

 

We Are One With The Microbiome

We must stop focusing on bacteria and the body as separate entities.

 

Oral Implications of Frequent Marijuana Use

In the United States, the use of marijuana has almost doubled since 2013, going from 7% to 13% of adult Americans using marijuana regularly, either recreationally or medically.

 

Sweet E-Cigarettes Increase Cavities Risk

E-cigarettes with sweet flavors can increase the risk of cavities, according to the ADA Foundation Volpe Research Center.

 

Intestines Modify Their Cellular Structure in Response to Diet

Body organs such as the intestine and ovaries undergo structural changes in response to dietary nutrients that can have lasting impacts on metabolism, as well as cancer susceptibility, according to Carnegie’s Rebecca Obniski, Matthew Sieber, and Allan Spradling.

 

Sleep Is the New Status Symbol

Sleep today is a measure of success, a skill to be cultivated and nourished.

 

New Chewing Gum ‘Can Detect Cancer – By Analysing Your Spit’

The gum is designed to measure volatile organic compounds that are produced by the body when cancer invades, indicating if someone has the disease

 

Pets Protect Kids From Allergies and Obesity

If you’re thinking about adding a dog to the family, you have two good reasons to say “yes,” say researchers from the University of Alberta.

 

Can Dogs Keep Kids from Getting Allergies?

We’ve known for years that dogs, with their floppy ears, slobbery tongues, and faithful dispositions, were good for our mental and physical health.

 

The Goo That’s Good For Teeth

Why You Should Care: Because cleaning our teeth with mucus could be the future of dental hygiene.

 

Celiac Disease

Celiac Disease Facts

 

Poorly Responsive Celiac Disease

Causes of Poorly Responsive Celiac Disease

 

Ever Wake Up To a Numb, Dead Arm? Here’s What’s Happening.

Waking up in the middle of the night to discover one of your arms has lost all feeling is frightening.

 

It’s a Kid’s Job

Playing Helps Kids Learn and Grow

 

Expanding Waistlines and Metabolic Syndrome: Researchers Sarn of New ‘Silent Killer’

Caused by overweight and obesity, metabolic syndrome affects 40 percent of Americans age 40 and older

 

Study Finds This Very Common Morning Drink Linked To Skin Cancer

Before you head to the kitchen for that big glass of OJ, take a look at this recent shocking study.

 

Ultra-Clean Homes Could Trigger Childhood Leukemia, Major Review Suggests

Keeping children cocooned in ultra-clean homes away from other youngsters could trigger childhood leukaemia, a landmark study suggests.

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Dihydrogen Monoxide (DHMO)

What is Dihydrogen Monoxide?

 

Inattentional Deafness: Visual Load Leads to Time-Specific Suppression of Auditory Evoked Responses

Due to capacity limits on perception, conditions of high perceptual load lead to reduced processing of unattended stimuli.

 

Removing Shoes When Entering the House Could Help People Stay Slim, Scientists Claim

Removing shoes when entering the house and swapping carpet for wooden floors could help people stay slim because it prevents environmental chemicals accumulating in the house, scientists have claimed.

 

‘Sea Nomads’ Are First Known Humans Genetically Adapted to Diving

If you hold your breath and plunge your face into a tub of water, your body automatically triggers what’s called the diving response.

 

Antibacterial In Your Toothpaste May Combat Severe Lung Disease

Researchers have found that when triclosan, a substance that reduces or prevents bacteria from growing, is combined with an antibiotic called tobramycin, it kills the cells that protect cystic fibrosis bacteria, known as Pseudomonas aeruginosa, by up to 99.9 percent.

 

Bacteria Therapy for Eczema Shows Promise in NIH Study

Topical treatment with live Roseomonas mucosa — a bacterium naturally present on the skin — was safe for adults and children with atopic dermatitis (eczema) and was associated with reduced disease severity, according to initial findings from an ongoing early-phase clinical trial at the National Institutes of Health.

 

Potassium-Fact Sheet for Health Professionals

Potassium, the most abundant intracellular cation, is an essential nutrient that is naturally present in many foods and available as a dietary supplement.

 

Does Exposure To Animals During Childhood Buffer The Body’s Response To Stress As Adults?

New research offers evidence for a claim made regularly by country music singers: Growing up with a little dirt under his nails may make a country boy a little shy.

 

Human Lice

Since no verified fossils of lice have ever been found we can only speculate when they originated.

 

Scientists Hope New Enzyme Will ‘Eat’ Plastic Pollution

Scientists have accidentally developed a plastic-eating enzyme that may be used to combat one of the world’s worst pollution problems.

 

There’s More Evidence That Exposing Yourself to Cold Temperatures Could Trigger Weight Loss

If you want to lose weight, you might consider getting comfortable with the cold.

 

New Human Organ Discovered by Irish Surgeon

An Irish surgeon’s breakthrough overturned more than a century of medical belief and may lead to improvements in digestive surgery and recovery.

 

This Is the Best Exercise in the World—and You Can Do It Right Now

It’s time to forgo your weekly gym session. And no, we’re not encouraging any bad couch potato habits.

 

You Asked: How Often Should I Shower?

Some people don’t feel clean without a long hot shower. But is a daily shower necessary—or even healthy?

 

Eating Slowly May Be Key To Losing Weight Without Changing Diet

If you want to shed some pounds without changing what you eat, try changing how you eat.

 

Babies Can Learn That Hard Work Pays Off

Study finds infants try harder after seeing adults struggle to achieve a goal.

 

This Is the Safest Bottled Water You Can Buy

Drinking water and staying hydrated is an essential part of being healthy, but picking up any brand of bottled water to reach your suggested daily intake might not be the smartest move.

 

Oral Medicine: The New Standard of Care for Dental Hygienists

Can you imagine going to work on any given day and know that another life was in your hands?

 

Your Lack Of Sleep Is Not Helping You Make Any Friends

Sleep loss can make you appear less approachable to people, according to a new study.

 

It’s Not That Your Teeth Are Too Big: Your Jaw is Too Small

We hold in our mouths the legacy of our evolution. We rarely consider just how amazing our teeth are.

 

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