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Documents Detail Sugar Industry Efforts To Direct Medical Research

Back in 2007, Christin Kearns attended a conference for dentists like herself to learn about links between diabetes and gum disease.<p>She was handed a government pamphlet titled, "How to Talk to Patients about Diabetes," and was surprised to find that the diet advice didn't mention reducing sugar …

Diabetes

New map of human genetics contains clues for Alzheimer's and cancer

Getting a handle on the epigenome<p>Alzheimer's disease may involve the immune system, and researchers might have figured out how to pinpoint the origin of a cancer that has spread prior to diagnosis. These are just some of the findings reported today in a series of studies published in the <i>Nature</i> …

Genetics

Preemies more likely to develop anxiety, depression, ADHD: study

Preemies are more likely to develop psychiatric problems such as anxiety, depression and attentive-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), says new …

Pediatrics

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Harper Lee: a late twist in the tale of an adored writer

Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mocking Bird has been acclaimed and loved for more than half a century. The news that she is about to publish a sequel has electrified the literary world<p>Harper Lee is perhaps the only writer for whom the phrase “one-hit wonder” has always been used in veneration rather than …

Literature

When Does Eating Healthy Become Unhealthy?

For some cyclists, a commitment to a healthy diet can become an eating disorder<p>Filling your grocery cart with organic vegetables and whole grains is a smart way to stay fit and healthy. Yet for some cyclists, a dedication to eating right can cross a line into a disorder called orthorexia.
 …

Mental Health

Study Links Allergy And Depression Medications To Increased Risk For Dementia

Results from a new study provide increasing evidence that anticholinergic drugs—commonly used to treat allergies, insomnia or even depression–may heighten the risk for dementia in older persons.<p>The drugs–used by nearly 20% of the older adult population—are prescribed for a variety of conditions. …

Dementia

How men and women experience depression differently

Depressive disorders are a complex and often confusing family of conditions. Sometimes lumped under the general term “depression,” these disorders can cause any combination of several symptoms. Because of this, depressive disorders manifest in a variety of ways, making them sometimes difficult to …

Self-esteem

Amazing No-Equipment Workouts

Then, try your hand some of the at-home exercise routines below. You may never set foot inside a gym again.

21 Ways To Flatten Your Belly

<b>1. Exercise with Friends</b><br>Instead of catching up with friends over food and drinks, suggest a reunion on the move—you're likely to work out 104 percent harder if you have an exercise buddy. Suggest a weekly walk-and-talk session, form a friendly fitness club, or take advantage of gym specials …

The 14 Principles Of The Future Organization

Over the past few months I’ve been sharing a series of posts on the 7 Principles of the Future Employee and the Evolution of the Employee. This was followed by the 10 Principles of the Future Manager followed by the Evolution of the Manager. Today I want to introduce the 14 Principles of the Future …

The Workplace

How 5 Creative Young People Are Addressing Youth Employment In Africa

African business and political leaders, including Zambia Finance Minister Alexander Chikwanda, have described Africa’s youth employment challenge as a “ticking time bomb.” The deepening gap between young people’s skills and the needs of employers has been linked to education systems that simply are …

Africa