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Gut Microbiome Boost Mental Resilience & Reduce Anxiety

In a recent study published in Nature Mental Health, researchers identified brain-gut microbiome (BGM) patterns.

New Research Challenges Premature Baby Care Practices
New Research Challenges Premature Baby Care Practices

According to recent research done by University of Sydney experts, giving very preterm babies high.

Person using a glucose meter to check blood sugar levels, illustrating Type 2 diabetes monitoring.
MicroRNAs Predict Type 2 Diabetes Progression in Youth

In the last 20 years, the number of young individuals with type 2 diabetes who.

Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine identify new therapeutic targets for cancer, expanding treatment options.
Therapeutic Targets Expand Cancer Treatment Options

The range of options for treating cancer has increased as a result of research at.

Elderly woman with dementia checking her glucose level, highlighting the importance of GLP-1 agonists in reducing dementia risk for type 2 diabetes patients.
Dementia Risk Reduced by GLP-1 Agonists

In summary, patients with type 2 diabetes who use GLP-1 agonists, such as Ozempic, have.

Brain health impact of Metabolic Syndrome shown in neuroimaging study
Metabolic Syndrome Impact on Brain Health

Researchers looked at relationships between metabolic syndrome (MetS) and neuroimaging and cognitive outcomes in dementia-free.

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White Blood Cells Aid Nerve Regeneration: Ohio Study

In a new study, neuroscience experts at The Ohio State University discovered a unique form.

USPSTF: Refer Kids 6+ with High BMI to Intensive Behavioral Interventions
USPSTF: Refer Kids 6+ with High BMI to Intensive Behavioral Interventions

Researchers from the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) addressed the high prevalence of obesity.

A child using a computer with a worried expression, representing the link between screen time and myopia.
Myopia in Children and Adolescents Linked to Screen Time

Researchers conducted a comprehensive analysis and quantitative evaluation of the epidemiological evidence regarding the relationship.

Nasal biomarkers being studied for pediatric asthma research
Pediatric Asthma Linked to Lower Temperatures and Nasal Biomarkers

Lower air temperatures have long been associated with pediatric asthma flare-ups in children with the.