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Team of Scientists Warns Against Acetaminophen in Pregnancy
A team of 13 scientists caution against the use of pain relievers with acetaminophen (also known as paracetamol) ...
August 9, 2022
When Eyes Meet, Brains Get to Work
New research charts the surprisingly widespread response in multiple brain areas when the eyes of two individuals meet ...
August 1, 2022
How the Brain Knows to Take out the ‘Trash’
New research reveals more about how the brain’s own housekeeping service, a sophisticated mechanism that cleans up debris ...
May 12, 2022
Another Tick Bacteria Turns up in New England Blood Samples
Human blood samples from across New England show evidence of Borrelia miyamotoi, a relative of the bacteria that causes ...
Research & Discoveries
March 25, 2022
How to Avoid Achy Feet While Working at Home
If you’ve been spending more time at home during the pandemic, you may not realize how important proper ...
Life & Wellness
January 5, 2022
What Parents Should Know About Kids and COVID-19
While the situation is swiftly evolving, and experts are learning more about COVID-19 daily, there are things parents ...
March 19, 2020
For Kids, 2 Breakfasts Are Better Than None
The findings hold implications for advocates and policy makers working to reverse the nation's childhood obesity problem.
March 23, 2016
25 Questions Predict If Depression Meds Will Help
Currently, only about 30 percent of patients get relief from the first drug they are prescribed.
January 25, 2016
Sneezy? Allergy Season May Be ‘Worst in Years’
For millions of sufferers, antihistamines and nasal corticosteroid medications provide temporary relief of symptoms.
April 28, 2015
Think You’re so Smart? It Might Just Be Google
All the information available online has a strange effect on our brains: We feel a lot smarter than ...
April 7, 2015
Can Keeping Warm Ward Off a Cold?
New research appears to give credence to the old wives' tale that people should keep warm, and even ...
January 9, 2015
Where You Live May Affect How You Fare After Heart Failure
Living in a low-income neighborhood may raise the risk that heart patients will be readmitted to the hospital.
September 13, 2014
Obese Women Miss Cues Tied to Food and Rewards
Levy and her colleagues examined how 133 normal-weight and obese men and women learn associations between cues and ...
August 5, 2014
New York Close to Passing Statewide Gas Stove Ban on New Homes
Kidney Disease: A Silent Killer With 7 Early Symptoms to Consider
Many Americans Likely in for Tax Refund Disappointment: Survey
[SUNDAY WATCH PARTY] Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (Part 1): The Dark Secrets of the Childhood Immunization Schedule and the Vaccine Approval Process
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Philadelphia Officials Issue Emergency Alert to Residents to Drink Bottled Water After Chemical Spill
Putin Says Russia Will Place Tactical Nuclear Weapons in Neighboring Country
Law Professor Reveals Why Manhattan DA’s Case Against Trump Is ‘Falling Apart’
Architecture: Sanctuary of a Prussian King: Germany’s Palace of Sanssouci
Man Plagued by Depression, Considering Suicide, Until A Miraculous Book Changed Everything
Federal ‘Major Disaster’ Declared in Mississippi After Dozens Killed by Tornadoes