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Ultra-Processed Foods May Cause Cancer

An observational study conducted by Imperial College London reveals that greater consumption of ultra-processed foods (UPF) is associated with a higher risk of developing...

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Ultra-Processed Foods May Cause Cancer

An observational study conducted by Imperial College London reveals that greater consumption of ultra-processed foods (UPF) is associated with a higher risk of developing...

Coffee with Milk May Reduce Inflammation

Coffee is a popular beverage consumed in many parts of the world. It can be enjoyed either in black or with milk. Recent studies...

Traffic Pollution Impairs Brain Function

Traffic pollution is an ever-growing problem in increasingly busy and populous urban areas. Its effects on the human body have been well-documented, but one...

AI Creates Original Proteins

The application of artificial intelligence (AI) to biotechnology has made possible the ability to create wholly original proteins from scratch. AI has begun to be...

Weight Loss: Calorie Reduction Is Better than Intermittent Fasting

New research published in the Journal of the American Heart Association found that the size and number of meals were more important for weight...

Time-Restricted Eating Changes Gene Expression

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...

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...

Common Food Colorings Can Cause IBD

According to Waliul Khan of McMaster University, long-term ingestion of the food color Allura Red may promote inflammatory bowel disorders (IBDs), Crohn's disease, and...

New Blood Tests for Alzheimer's Years Before Symptoms

A groundbreaking PNAS study from the University of Washington researchers suggests that a simple blood test might be able to identify people at risk...

Early Life Experiences Can Have Long-Lasting Impact on Genes

A new study on fruit flies led by UCL scientists demonstrates that early life events can have a lasting effect on the activity of...

Air Pollution Raises Chronic Disease Risk

A study involving almost 364,000 English citizens shows traffic-related air pollution raises the risk of several long-term physical and mental health disorders.

Healthy Eating Reduces Depression

A diet high in antioxidants, fiber, lean proteins, and vitamins and minerals may provide the body what it needs to perform at its best...