The FINANCIAL — Dumbarton Oaks project aims to shed a fresh cultural and scientific light on the ties between us and the environment. Like many people, Yota Batsaki spent the last year learning about the natural world around her. Unlike the majority
EPA significantly reduces cardiovascular events. In 2018, a study found that a high dose of an omega-3 fatty acid given to patients with an elevated cardiac risk significantly reduced cardiovascular events, Harvard University notes.
The FINANCIAL — The study led by the University of Glasgow, in partnership with the Forces in Mind Trust and published in BMJ Open – compared veterans with people who had never served and found that the increased risk of cardiovascular (heart
The FINANCIAL — New research from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London, in collaboration with Glasgow University, has found that teenagers who have self-harmed five or more times in their life have a significantly higher threshold
Microgravity in space perturbs human physiology and is detrimental for astronaut health, a fact first realized during early Apollo missions when astronauts experienced inner ear disturbances, heart arrhythmia, low blood pressure, dehydration, and loss of calcium from their bones after their missions,
The FINANCIAL -- Our senses process a massive amount of information, yet the world around us seems quite straightforward. Selective attention and expectations play an important role in this. ‘What we see every day and every moment is actively constructed by our
The FINANCIAL -- L’Oréal and Facebook have announced a technology platform integration with ModiFace, L’Oréal’s owned augmented reality and artificial intelligence company, to bring AR-powered makeup try-ons to shopping on Instagram.
The FINANCIAL -- According to Solgar most men know about the general rules for healthy living: eat healthy, exercise, get lots of sleep and water, etc. But when you go a step further and look at health on a micronutrient level, it
The FINANCIAL -- Experts across the University weigh in on which lessons the pandemic drove home and what immediate measures are needed to prevent future loss.
The FINANCIAL -- A new class of illusion--"Scintillating Starburst"--underscores the highly constructive nature of visual perception. “Scintillating Starburst” Offers Insights into Visual Processing, New York University notes.
The FINANCIAL -- Post-Brexit free trade deals could lead to unhealthier eating in the UK and more diet-related deaths. But harms could be offset with targeted farming subsidies, now possible because of Brexit, and by making concerns for healthy eating central to
The FINANCIAL -- To better understand the role of bacteria in health and disease, National Institutes of Health researchers fed fruit flies antibiotics and monitored the lifetime activity of hundreds of genes that scientists have traditionally thought control aging.
The FINANCIAL -- In children with rhabdomyosarcoma, or RMS, a rare cancer that affects the muscles and other soft tissues, the presence of mutations in several genes, including TP53, MYOD1, and CDKN2A, appears to be associated with a more aggressive form of the
The COVID-19 death rate for Black patients would be 10% lower if they had access to the same hospitals as white patients, a new study shows. Researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine and OptumLabs, part of UnitedHealth Group, analyzed data from
The FINANCIAL -- -Children with obstructive sleep apnea are nearly three times more likely to develop high blood pressure when they become teenagers than children who never experience sleep apnea, according to a new study funded by the National Heart, Lung, and