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
This year’s Harvard Nutrition and Obesity Symposium took a hard look at the relationship between the individual’s dietary health and the planet’s environmental well-being. Presented by the Nutrition Obesity Research Center at Harvard in partnership with the Harvard Medical School Division of
The FINANCIAL -- We probably cannot slow the rate at which we get older, because of biological constraints, an unprecedented study of lifespan statistics in human and non-human primates has confirmed.
The FINANCIAL -- New software will help reduce adverse drug reactions thanks to a joint investment of £2 million from UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and Legal & General.Nearly half of older people in the UK take five or more medicines. This
The FINANCIAL -- A new study has found the mental health of home-carers deteriorated more during lockdown than non-carers. The research led by the University of Glasgow’s MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit with colleagues at the University of Essex – found
The FINANCIAL -- A new large-scale study shows that a quarter of the UK adult population screens positive for a potential injection phobia, University of Oxford notes.
The FINANCIAL -- In cultures that place a high value on conventional gender norms, particularly those that prize men as the breadwinners in a family, their unemployment plays an outsized role in whether a romantic relationship ultimately succeeds or fails.
The FINANCIAL -- Globally, the majority of mental health care continues to be provided in psychiatric hospitals, and human rights abuses and coercive practices remain all too common. But providing community-based mental health care that is both respectful of human rights and
The FINANCIAL -- Study of healthy volunteers, NIH researchers discovered that our brains may replay compressed memories of learning new skills when we rest.
The FINANCIAL -- More than 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. has high blood pressure, or hypertension. Many of those people don't know they have it, because there are usually no warning signs. This can be dangerous, because
The FINANCIAL -- Researchers aim to develop tiny robotic sensors to detect bowel cancers, the second most common cause of cancer death in the UK. Armed with cutting edge terahertz imaging, the sensors could be used in colonoscopies or even to detect skin
The FINANCIAL -- Penn researchers discovered that children from lower-income backgrounds and those who go through greater adverse childhood experiences get their first permanent molars sooner, University of Pennsylvania notes.
The FINANCIAL -- Researchers from the University of Liverpool and Queen’s University Belfast have been awarded £2.6 million to tackle the problem of tooth decay, which is now the leading cause of planned hospital admissions for children under the age of 11
The FINANCIAL -- An odor-based test that sniffs out vapors emanating from blood samples was able to distinguish between benign and pancreatic and ovarian cancer cells with up to 95 percent accuracy, according to a new study from researchers at the University
The FINANCIAL -- Popular television shows and movies can bolster teenagers’ mental health and help them cope with bullying, sexual assault, suicidal thoughts, substance abuse and depression when these issues are depicted with empathy and appropriate resources are provided, a report published
The FINANCIAL -- What information is retained in a memory over time, and which parts get lost? These questions have led to many scientific theories over the years, and now a team of researchers at the Universities of Glasgow and Birmingham have been