An Enormous International Study Just Confirmed The Ugly Truth About Sitting Too Much

Long daily commutes, extensive office meetings, and late night TV binges are not without a health cost. Repeated studies have made it clear that too much sitting is a recipe for an early grave. Yet like so much in science, the evidence is limited to what can be studied close to home. Far from research … Read more

Probiotics Experiment Shows ‘Good Bacteria’ Can Help Treat Depression

Probiotics – the ‘good bacteria’ often claimed to lead to positive health responses – could have a role to play in treating depressionaccording to a new study involving 47 volunteers who were experiencing depressive episodes. Participants in the research who took probiotic supplements in addition to antidepressants showed a greater improvement in their depressive symptoms … Read more

Anorexia Can Lead to Dramatic Changes in Brain Structure, New Study Shows

A devastating and potentially deadly eating disorder, anorexia nervosa exerts its toll on the body. However, a new study also highlights the impact of a lack of sufficient nutrition can have on the brain, by reducing critical measures of brain structure and health. Based on a total of 1,648 female brain scans (685 with anorexia … Read more

A novel study hints at a surprising link between eating fish and skin cancer

Eating fish has long been considered a healthy thing to do but a new study is causing people to reconsider this long-held belief. Research has found that eating more fish may be linked to higher skin cancer risks, according to a media release published on Thursday. An association that requires further investigation “Melanoma is the … Read more

Large Study Found a Strange Link Between Eating Fish And Skin Cancer

More than 3 billion people around the world rely on fish for food. Fish are a favored source of proteins and healthy fats in highly recommended diets, like Mediterranean and Nordic. But new research suggests that as with all things, too much good fish could also be a bad thing. A large, long-term study of … Read more

Large Study Found a Strange Link Between Eating Fish And Skin Cancer

More than 3 billion people around the world rely on fish for food. Fish are a favored source of proteins and healthy fats in highly recommended diets, like Mediterranean and Nordic. But new research suggests that as with all things, too much good fish could also be a bad thing. A large, long-term study of … Read more

Triple dementia risk associated with multiple heart-related conditions: Research | Health

According to a largescale new study, having multiple conditions that affect the heart are linked to a greater risk of dementia than having high genetic risk. Led by Oxford University and the University of Exeter, the study is among the largest ever to examine the link between several heart-related conditions and dementia, and one of … Read more

This Wild Proposition of a Mirror Universe Could Help Solve The Cosmology Crisis

The idea of ​​a mirror universe is a common trope in science fiction. A world similar to ours where we might find our evil doppelganger or a version of us who actually asked out our high school crush. But the concept of a mirror universe has often been studied in theoretical cosmology, and as a … Read more

Frequent Nightmares Could Be an Early Sign of Parkinson’s, Study Finds

The development of nightmares later in life could be an early sign of Parkinson’s disease, according to new research in older men. Distressing dreams have long been associated with the neurological investigation of disease, especially among men, but this is the first study to whether these symptoms are a warning of Parkinson’s or a byproduct … Read more

Scientists Find Surprising Neuron Differences Between Primates And Non-Primates

Scientists taking a very close look at the architecture of neuron cells in the brain have found a key structural difference between primates and non-primates in the cortical neurons – cells that are part of the cerebrum. The findings give us a greater insight into this most complex of organs, and how the form and … Read more