Contributed by: Meena Azzollini
How protein released from fat after exercise benefits your health
Protein released from fat after exercise has metabolic benefits.
Could a poor diet be linked to negative mental health?
A study finds a link between poor diet and poor mental.
How children with autism respond to their mother's voice
The unique brain response to mother's voice is greatly diminished in children with autism.
Are people with osteoporosis at a risk of injuries from yoga?
People with osteoporosis should avoid certain spinal poses in yoga to protect against injury.
Evening high-intensity exercise does not disrupt sleep
Thirty minutes of high-intensity evening exercise does not negatively affect sleep.
Mindfulness and sleep reduce exhaustion in entrepreneurs
Mindfulness and sleep work differently to help entrepreneurs reduce exhaustion.
Can garlic and onion reduce risk of colorectal cancer?
Consumption of allium vegetables -- which include garlic, leeks, and onions -- was linked with a reduced risk of in...
Control your temper when parenting teenagers
Parents who do not control their rising temper are likley to resort to harsh disciplining of their teens.
More primary care physicians lead to increase in life expectancy
More primary care physicians serving a population of 100,000 leads to an increase in life expectancy.
How your relationship impacts sleep quality
Positive relationship experiences in early adulthood results in better sleep quality later in life.
Beer before wine does not help with a hangover
It doesn't matter how you order your drinks, if you drink too much, you're still likely to have a hangover.
Your brain's response to texture is highly complex
Neurons respond to a variety of features of a surface, creating a highly complex representation in the brain.
Home of the Bengal tiger in danger due to climate change
The Sundarbans, home to the Bengal tiger, is in danger due to climate change.
Transformational leadership can harm employee's health
Transformational leadership can harm employee health over time leading to higher rates of sickness absence.
How religion impacts development in young children
A study examines how religious upbringing influences the social, psychological and academic development in young children.
Fruits and vegetables good for mental wellbeing
Consuming fruits and vegetables is not only beneficial for physical health, but it also enhances mental wellbeing.
Can parent-child conflict impair a sense of purpose in children?
Children with conflict in their relationship with their mother find it difficult to find a sense of purpose in life.
Some gut bacteria linked to depression
Specific gut bacteria linked to depression and mental health.
Exercise promotes healthy eating habits
Several weeks of exercise can promote health eating habits.
Rocking induces better sleep and improves memory
Rocking not only leads to better sleep, but it also boosts memory consolidation during sleep.
What are the risks of eating fried food?
Regular consumption of fried food is associated with a higher risk of death for women.
How looking at screens in the dark can impact your child's sleep
Nighttime use of screens in the dark can result in poor sleep in adolescents.
High job demands lead to weight gain in women
Women tend to gain considerable weight when job demands are high.
Kids prefer friends who have a familiar accent
Children tend to be friends with those kids who have a similar local accent as they have.
Soft drink after exercise is not good for kidneys
Drinking sugary, caffeinated soft drinks while exercising in hot weather may increase the risk of kidney disease.
What pregnant women think about cannabis use
A review investigates health perceptions that pregnant women have about cannabis use during pregnancy.
Has social media increased the social isolation?
Negative experiences on social media lead to a higher chance of social isolation and loneliness.
The effect of a gap between dinner and bedtime on blood glucose
A 2-hour gap between dinner and bedtime does not influence long-term blood glucose levels in healthy adults.
Orchards surrounded by natural habitats attract diverse bee species
Apple orchards surrounded by agricultural lands attract a less diverse collection of bee species than orchards surrounded by natural habitats.
Discover how the aroma of food can affect your health
Exposure to smells can affect whether you indulge in unhealthy foods or not.
Acupressure relieves symptoms after cancer treatment
Acupressure relieves a suite of persistent side effects that linger after breast cancer treatment ends.
Virtual visits to your doctor improves convenience
Patients can conveniently access follow-up healthcare through virtual visits with their doctor.
Short sleep duration increases cardiovascular risk
Sleeping less than six hours increases the risk of atherosclerosis.
Exercise may not prevent diabetes in pregnant women
Exercise and a healthy diet may not be able to prevent gestational diabetes in pregnant women.
Can this modified house plant really clean indoor air?
Modified house plant can remove benzene and chloroform from indoor air.
Egg metabolites associated with lower risk of diabetes
New research finds egg metabolite is associated with lower risk of type two diabetes.
How to encourage healthy eating habits at the supermarket
Removing unhealthy foods from the supermarket checkout is linked to reduced unhealthy snack purchases.
Changes in agriculture can reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Mitigation efforts and changes in agricultural practices can reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the sector.
Evening exercise does not affect sleep
Contrary to popular belief, evening sleep does not affect sleep negatively.
The effect of cute aggression on brain activity
A study looks into the neural basis for cute aggression.
Why you need to reduce your red meat intake
A high red meat diet triples the levels of gut-generated TMAO chemical which is associated with heart disease.
Meditation makes you respond better to feedback
Meditation helps you response and learn from feedback in a more even-handed manner compared to those who do not meditate.
Heart failure risks reduced with regular flu shots
Getting regular flu shots is vital for patients with heart failure.
Activate your metabolism with a single bout of exercise
A new study shows that even a single bout of semi intense exercise can activate glucose metabolism for a few...
Weight cycling leads to poor health outcomes
Weight cycling or the constant losing and gaining of weight can lead to a higher risk of death.
Why the bitter taste of coffee is appealing
People who are sensitive to caffeine, find the bitter taste of coffee more appealing.
Babies laugh differently to adults
The way babies laugh differs from human adult laughter.
How to manage food allergies and prevent allergic reactions
The various tools and strategies used by people with a food allergy to prevent allergic reactions.