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Supplement Boosts Muscle, Mitochondria Health

An oral supplement intended to stimulate a natural body process appears to promote muscle endurance and mitochondrial health in humans.

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More Alcohol, Less Brain: An Association That Begins with Just One Drink A Day

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania found that light-to-moderate alcohol intake was linked with reductions in overall brain volume. Heavier the alcohol consumption greater was the impact.

Frequent Use of Painkillers Associated with Higher Risk of Tinnitus in Women

A recent study shows frequent use of pain medications such as Aspirin, Acetaminophen, and Advil is associated with a higher risk of tinnitus in women.

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Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Blood Predict Life Expectancy

Omega-3 is known for lower cardiovascular disease, cancer, and memory loss. Now scientists know blood level of omega-3 could be a good predictor of mortality.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Reluctance: In The United States and Beyond

Approximately one in three American are unlikely or hesitant to get COVID-19 vaccine. Acceptance rates are high among Chinese (90%) and low among Russian (55%). Other than the vaccine's safety and efficacy, trust in governments is strongly associated with vaccine acceptance.

Earth & Climate

Amazon Rainforest Is Losing Resilience: New Evidence from Satellite Data Analysis

More than three-quarters of the Amazon rainforest have been losing resilience since early 2000, and the rainforest now shows characteristic signs of approaching a tipping point.

Illegal Gold Mining Turns Pristine Rainforests into Mercury Sinks

Illegal gold mining in Peruvian amazon turns pristine rainforests into heavily polluted mercury sinks--reports a new study.

Global Warming

Social & Lifestyle

Social Isolation and Loneliness Increase Heart Disease Risk in Senior Women

A new study shows a 27% increase in heart disease risk in postmenopausal women who experience both high levels of social isolation and loneliness.

Cannabis Use May Increase Risk of Preterm Birth

Teenagers who use cannabis frequently may be more likely to have children born preterm, when they become parents up to twenty years later, finds a new study.

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A new study finds daily physical activity boost brain function and cognitive performances in middle-aged, older adults.

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Amazon Rainforest Is Losing Resilience: New Evidence from Satellite Data Analysis

More than three-quarters of the Amazon rainforest have been losing resilience since early 2000, and the rainforest now shows characteristic signs of approaching a tipping point.

More Alcohol, Less Brain: An Association That Begins with Just One Drink A Day

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania found that light-to-moderate alcohol intake was linked with reductions in overall brain volume. Heavier the alcohol consumption greater was the impact.

Frequent Use of Painkillers Associated with Higher Risk of Tinnitus in Women

A recent study shows frequent use of pain medications such as Aspirin, Acetaminophen, and Advil is associated with a higher risk of tinnitus in women.

Social Isolation and Loneliness Increase Heart Disease Risk in Senior Women

A new study shows a 27% increase in heart disease risk in postmenopausal women who experience both high levels of social isolation and loneliness.

Brain Function Boosted by Daily Physical Activity in Middle-Aged, Older Adults

A new study finds daily physical activity boost brain function and cognitive performances in middle-aged, older adults.

Illegal Gold Mining Turns Pristine Rainforests into Mercury Sinks

Illegal gold mining in Peruvian amazon turns pristine rainforests into heavily polluted mercury sinks--reports a new study.

Genes Newly Linked to Longer Human Lifespan

A group of genes that play an essential role in building components of our cells can also impact human lifespan, finds a new study led by UCL researchers.

Vitamin D supplements really do reduce risk of autoimmune disease

It has long been suspected that vitamin D could help reduce the risk of developing an autoimmune disease, and now we have evidence this is the case – at least for people over 50...

Supplement Boosts Muscle, Mitochondria Health

An oral supplement intended to stimulate a natural body process appears to promote muscle endurance and mitochondrial health in humans.

Antibiotic resistance killed more people than malaria or AIDS in 2019

About 1.3 million deaths were directly caused by drug-resistant bacterial infections in 2019, a global study estimates...

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