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Time-Restricted Eating Reshapes Gene Expression Throughout the Body

Timed caloric intake synchronizes circadian rhythms across several systems in mice by influencing numerous gene expressions, found researchers at Salk Institute Key Points: Time- restricted eating (TRE) is an eating pattern characterized by limiting food intake to a specific window of time each day. New research has...

Scientists Find Why Long COVID-19 Patients Lose Smell

A team of researchers led by Duke University Medical Center revealed that the failure of some patients to recover their sense of smell following COVID-19 is connected with a persistent immunological attack on olfactory nerve cells and a concomitant loss in the number of...
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Time-Restricted Eating Reshapes Gene Expression Throughout the Body

Timed caloric intake synchronizes circadian rhythms across several systems in mice by influencing numerous...

Scientists Find Why Long COVID-19 Patients Lose Smell

A team of researchers led by Duke University Medical Center revealed that the failure...

Common Food Colorings Can Trigger Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

According to Waliul Khan of McMaster University, long-term ingestion of the food color Allura...

New Blood Test Can Detect ‘Toxic’ Protein Years Before Alzheimer’s Symptoms Emerge, Study Shows

A groundbreaking PNAS study from the University of Washington researchers suggests that a simple...