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Monkeypox is now a national public health emergency in the U.S. – an epidemiologist explains what this means

The goal of the public health emergency declaration is to prevent monkeypox from becoming a widespread threat to public health.… Read More

2 days ago

Illuminating the brain one neuron and synapse at a time – 5 essential reads about how researchers are using new tools to map its structure and function

The U.S. BRAIN Initiative seeks to elucidate the connection between brain structure and function. Science Photo Library - PASIEKA/Brand X… Read More

3 days ago

The US government’s call for deep nicotine reduction in cigarettes could save millions of lives – an expert who studies tobacco addiction explains

A 95% reduction in the nicotine content of cigars and cigarettes would make these tobacco products largely nonaddictive. Robert Recker/The… Read More

3 days ago

Hot and getting hotter – 5 essential reads on high temps and human bodies

The way heat and humidity affect people depends on factors like the weather that’s typical where they are. Hans Huber/Westend61… Read More

6 days ago

Feeling connected enhances mental and physical health – here are 4 research-backed ways to find moments of connection with loved ones and strangers

Connecting can mean sharing a hearty laugh. Klaus Vedfelt/DigitalVision via Getty Images Dave Smallen, Metropolitan State University A woman and… Read More

1 week ago

The opioid crisis isn’t just the Sacklers’ fault – and making Purdue Pharma pay isn’t enough on its own to fix the pharmaceutical industry’s deeper problems

Many companies have sold dangerous prescription drugs. Peter Dazeley/The Image Bank via Getty Images David Herzberg, University at Buffalo You… Read More

2 weeks ago

5 Trends Pointing to Telehealth as a Supplement to In-Person Health Care

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, where and how adults in the United States seek and receive health care… Read More

2 weeks ago

Silent subtle and unseen: How seizures happen and why they’re hard to diagnose

Approximately 10% of people will experience at least one seizure during their lifetime. Kateryna Kon/Science Photo Library via Getty Images… Read More

2 weeks ago

Children of Incarcerated Individuals Need Support: Here’s How You Can Helps

Source It's no secret that the United States takes a tough stance on crime. This is evident in our high… Read More

3 weeks ago

Flavorful Family Favorites for Hectic School Nights

Flavorful Family Favorites for Hectic School Nights - Once the homework is finished and long days in the classroom and… Read More

3 weeks ago

Vitamin D2 and D3: what’s the difference and which should you take?

Vitamin D3 is found in fish, cheese, and eggs. Cegli/Shutterstock James Brown, Aston University Vitamin D is important for maintaining… Read More

3 weeks ago

Swelling grocery bills are pummeling the poorest – who spend over a quarter of their incomes on food

= Food prices are soaring. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images David Soll, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire CC BY-ND The… Read More

3 weeks ago

France reenters medical marijuana industry after more than a half-century hiatus – a cannabis historian explains

France led the world in medical marijuana research in the 19th century. CasarsaGuru/E+ via Getty Images David A Guba, Jr.,… Read More

4 weeks ago

Why does love feel magical? It’s an evolutionary advantage

Evolutionary psychology may explain why magical thinking is so central to love. Viva Luna Studios via Unsplash, CC BY Benjamin… Read More

4 weeks ago

Migraine sufferers have treatment choices – a neurologist explains options beyond just pain medication

For some, too much medication might make migraine worse. peterschreiber.media/iStock via Getty Images Plus Danielle Wilhour, University of Colorado Anschutz… Read More

4 weeks ago

Drug Addicted Couple-Max and Sid

Soft White Underbelly interview and portrait of Max and Sid, a drug-addicted couple on Skid Row. Here's a link to… Read More

4 weeks ago

How hot is too hot for the human body? Our lab found heat + humidity gets dangerous faster than many people realize

Long-term exposure to high heat can become lethal. Mark Wilson/Getty Images W. Larry Kenney, Penn State; Daniel Vecellio, Penn State;… Read More

1 month ago

Climate change is putting food safety at risk more often, and not just at picnics and parties

Dairy, meats and eggs can get risky when left in warm conditions. Westend61 via Getty Images Elena N. Naumova, Tufts… Read More

1 month ago

Your body has an internal clock that dictates when you eat, sleep and might have a heart attack – all based on time of day

Syncing your circadian rhythm to a natural light-dark cycle could improve your health and well-being. nambitomo/iStock via Getty Images Plus… Read More

1 month ago

Viruses can change your scent to make you more attractive to mosquitoes, new research in mice finds

Mosquito-borne diseases are estimated to cause over 1 million deaths a year. mrs/Moment via Getty Images Penghua Wang, University of… Read More

1 month ago

Why Medical Bills In The U.S. Are Out Of Control

CNBC   Why Medical Bills In The U.S. Are Out Of Control - Medical bills in the United States are… Read More

1 month ago

Vet-Approved Tips to Help Keep Pets Safe this Summer

Extreme temperatures and booming sounds can have big impacts on pets. With record-breaking heat across much of the nation, the… Read More

1 month ago

‘A revolutionary ruling – and not just for abortion’: A Supreme Court scholar explains the impact of Dobbs

Anti-abortion protestors celebrate the overturning of Roe v. Wade outside the US Supreme Court on June 24. Olivier Douliery/AFP via… Read More

2 months ago

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