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Gut bacteria may counter the harmful effects of processed foods
5 HRS AGO - A new mouse study identifies a specific bacterium that lives in our gut and breaks down harmful Expand
Monkeys demonstrate more cognitive flexibility than humans
9 HRS AGO - In a recent study, researchers conclude that in certain tasks, capuchin and rhesus monkeys are Expand
Report Finds Lingering 'Old Boys' Club' Culture at BMA
1 DAY AGO - Findings of an independent investigation into sexism and sexual harassment at the BMA have been Expand
Why raw dog food could be harmful for pets and owners alike
1 DAY AGO - Researchers have found that some raw dog food products harbor harmful bacteria that could cause Expand
MCI: Should memory tests score males and females differently?
2 DAYS AGO - A new study finds that testing memory with sex-specific scores could lead to more females and Expand
Dry eye disease: New treatment on the horizon
2 DAYS AGO - Current treatments for dry eye disease do not work for everyone. A preliminary investigation of Expand
The best foods to relieve nausea
3 DAYS AGO - Some people may not feel like eating while they are nauseated, but some foods can help settle the Expand
Drinks, not food, with added sugar promote weight gain
3 DAYS AGO - Research finds that adding sucrose to drinks increases calorie intake and weight gain in mice, but Expand
Atrial fibrillation: Daily alcoholic drink riskier than binge drinking
5 HRS AGO - New research finds that frequent low alcohol consumption, such as one daily drink, has a higher Expand
Some keto diets may exacerbate skin inflammation
1 DAY AGO - A study in mouse models with psoriasis-like skin inflammation suggests that ketogenic diets with a Expand
Brexit Hits UK Science Funding, Deters International Researchers
1 DAY AGO - Uncertainty surrounding Britain's exit from the European Union has hit science funding to the tune Expand
Scientists liken mitochondria to Tesla battery packs
1 DAY AGO - Using high resolution microscopy, scientists show that mitochondria comprise many bioelectric Expand
Estrogen exposure may stave off cognitive decline in women
2 DAYS AGO - New research suggests that estrogen exposure and hormone replacement therapy can help maintain Expand
Does the rotavirus vaccine prevent type 1 diabetes?
2 DAYS AGO - Scientists present a link between rotavirus infection and type 1 diabetes and suggest vaccination Expand
Dementia: Brain mapping method may predict progression
2 DAYS AGO - New research shows how frontotemporal dementia progresses and enables scientists to accurately Expand
Truly Shocking': Medscape UK Nurses' Sexual Harassment Survey Results
3 DAYS AGO - One in 20 nurses have experienced sexual harassment by another staff member in the past 3 years – Expand
Turmeric may contain dangerous levels of lead
9 HRS AGO - People are unknowingly consuming something that could cause major health issues,' says the lead Expand
Parkinson's: New treatment approach shows promise in brain cells
1 DAY AGO - A new study suggests an innovative strategy for tackling an enzyme that is typically affected in Expand
Brexit Healthcare Fears Fuel Expatriate Insurance Interest in Europe
1 DAY AGO - Some Britons living in the Europe Union are worried about losing access to free healthcare after Expand
Could a unique new fungus offer an opioid alternative?
1 DAY AGO - A new discovery in the estuarine waters of Tasmania may lead to the development of a safe and Expand
Will Abortion Be Decriminalised in Northern Ireland Next Week?
2 DAYS AGO - Abortion laws are set for reform in Northern Ireland, unless power sharing is restored at Stormont.
Mindfulness could boost opioid use disorder treatment
2 DAYS AGO - A new study offers evidence that mindfulness could boost the effectiveness of traditional therapy Expand
What is delirium? Symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment
3 DAYS AGO - Delirium is a sudden change in a person’s mental function. It often affects older adults or people Expand
Third trimester weight gain: What to expect
3 DAYS AGO - A woman may gain weight during the third trimester of pregnancy. This is because the fetus is Expand

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