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Cannabis Studies Receive Favorable Media Attention

Cannabis studies attract media attention independent of clinical outcome, report Karolinska Institutet researchers.

Antioxidant Flavonols Reduce Memory Deterioration

A study published online in the journal Neurology suggests that consuming or drinking more flavonol-rich foods, such as fruits, vegetables, tea, and wine, may prevent memory loss.

Satellite Data: Amazon Rainforest Is Losing Resilience

Amazon rainforest is losing its resilience and the rainforest now shows characteristic signs of approaching a tipping point.

Researchers Find Oldest Evidence of Fire Controlled Cooking

According to researchers, the bones of a massive carp fish date the earliest indications of cooking by prehistoric people to 780,000 years ago.

Make Tea! Black Tea May Help Your Health as You Age

Greater habitual intake of black tea in older women is associated with less severe abdominal aortic calcification (AAC), a predictor vascular disease occurrences.

Study Challenges “Good” Cholesterol’s Role in Heart Disease Risk

HDL cholesterol may not be as useful in predicting cardiovascular disease risk among persons of various races and ethnicities as experts formerly believed.

Viral DNA in Human Genome Guards Against Infections

According to new research, an ancient viral DNA in human genomes acts as antivirals against certain modern viruses.

Prenatal Caffeine Consumption Shortens Child Height

Caffeine consumption during pregnancy, even in small amount, may lead to slightly shorter child height, suggests an analysis by National Institutes of Health researchers.

Illegal Gold Mining Turns Pristine Rainforests into Mercury Sinks

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

Deforestation Increases Risk of Flooding in West African Coastal Cities

The frequency of thunderstorms in some fast-growing African coastal cities is linked to the impact of deforestation.

Himalayan Glaciers Melting at ‘Exceptional Rate’

The accelerating melting of the Himalayan glaciers threatens the water supply of millions of people in Asia, new research warns.

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Cannabis Studies Receive Favorable Media Attention

Cannabis studies attract media attention independent of clinical outcome, report Karolinska Institutet researchers.

Oil Palm Production Threatens African and Latin American Biodiversity

New research suggests that zero deforestation pledges may leave important habitats, biodiversity in Latin America and Africa vulnerable to agricultural growth.

Antioxidant Flavonols Reduce Memory Deterioration

A study published online in the journal Neurology suggests that consuming or drinking more flavonol-rich foods, such as fruits, vegetables, tea, and wine, may prevent memory loss.

Researchers Find Oldest Evidence of Fire Controlled Cooking

According to researchers, the bones of a massive carp fish date the earliest indications of cooking by prehistoric people to 780,000 years ago.

Make Tea! Black Tea May Help Your Health as You Age

Greater habitual intake of black tea in older women is associated with less severe abdominal aortic calcification (AAC), a predictor vascular disease occurrences.

Study Challenges “Good” Cholesterol’s Role in Heart Disease Risk

HDL cholesterol may not be as useful in predicting cardiovascular disease risk among persons of various races and ethnicities as experts formerly believed.

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.