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Physicists Confirm There’s a Second Layer of Information Hidden in Our DNA

The folding mechanism of DNA is believed to play a large role in how genes are read by the rest of the cell. Biologists have started to isolate …

Molecular Biology

Researchers say coffee may combat two devastating brain diseases

The past few years have brought lots of good news for anyone who considers coffee a vice. Scientists have discovered that various compounds in coffee …

Science

dōTERRA Essential Oils

Welcome<p>Our pure essential oils are revolutionizing the way families manage their health. We harness nature's most powerful elements and share these …

Essential Oils

All adults should be screened for unhealthy alcohol use, new guidelines say

<b>(CNN) —</b> You can expect a "drinking checkup" when you visit the doctor. All adults, including pregnant women, should be screened for unhealthy alcohol use by their primary care physicians, the United States Preventive Services Task Force advises. For those patients who drink above the recommended …

Cleveland

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How long does it take for your gut bacteria to recover after antibiotics?

As we rapidly discover the importance a rich and diverse gut microbiome has on our overall health, some researchers are beginning to ask what the …

Quitting cannabis could lead to better memory and cognition

US research shows four weeks’ abstinence improved memory, but not attention skills<p>Abstaining from cannabis for a month can boost the memory performance of regular users, according to a study of young people who used the drug at least once a week.<p>Researchers found that four weeks without cannabis …

News

Do you love or loathe coffee? Your genes may be to blame.

Science & Innovation<p>Scientists are teasing out how jitters, sleeplessness, and even bitter taste are all influenced by tiny variations in your genetic code.<p>4 Minute Read<p>A warm cup of coffee is a necessary part of the morning routine for millions of people around the world. And as the end of …

How fungus and sweat could transform Martian exploration

As a product designer imagines a Martian boot made out of human sweat and fungus, her quest sparks a new question: can biomaterials open the door for a human colony on Mars?<p>In 2016, designer Liz Ciokajlo received a commission from the Museum of Modern Art (Moma) in New York: revisit the Moon Boot, …

Most continue to say ensuring health care coverage is government’s responsibility

Six-in-ten Americans say it is the federal government’s responsibility to make sure all Americans have health care coverage. The share of Americans …

What Happens to Your Body When It's Donated to Science?

From helping medical students to furthering research, here’s how donating your body can give you a second life — and save others.<p>Monique Hedmann, a …

Eye exam shows promise in predicting Alzheimer’s years before symptoms

ST. LOUIS — Using an easy eye exam, researchers at Washington University of Medicine in St. Louis were able to detect evidence of Alzheimer’s disease …

Stress-regulating brain area larger in depression, bipolar

The left side of the hypothalamus was revealed to be 5 percent larger in a new study of people with affective disorders such as depression and …

What to Drink When You’re Trying to Eat Healthy

Alcohol isn’t exactly a health food, but it can be hard to pass up a drink (or two) even when you’re trying to eat well. How can you make sure you’re …

These Are the Economies With the Most (and Least) Efficient Health Care

Want medical care without quickly draining your fortune? Try Singapore or Hong Kong as your healthy havens.<p>The U.S. will cost you the most for …

Data Visualization

This Implant Helps Heal Knees With a Patient’s Own Cartilage

At first, Courtney Mannino blamed the dull ache in her left knee on a ligament she’d torn in high school. She ignored it as long as she could, but …

Dementia: New risk factor examined

Over the years, scientists have identified a number of risk factors for dementia. However, according to the most recent study, that list might be …

The Foods an Alzheimer's Researcher Wants You to Start Eating

"Alzheimer's was the furthest thing from my mind," Julie Gregory told <i>The New York Times</i> after taking a DNA test for the disease at 55. "I never …

We Might Have Just Discovered The Missing Link Between The Brain And Gut

"We think these findings are going to be the biological basis of a new sense."<p>New research with mice may upend our understanding of the connection …

Clearing out brain's "zombie cells" offers new approach against dementia

Researchers from the Mayo Clinic have identified a new target in the battle against dementia and age-related cognitive decline – zombie cells. More …

Mark Zuckerberg is selling up to $13 billion of Facebook stock to fund an ambitious project to end disease: Here's an early look inside

Board meetings at the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub, a research center backed by Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg, his wife Priscilla Chan and …

Health and Beauty: Baking Soda Uses for a Healthy and Clean Body

Not Just for Your Kitchen<p>You may know it as the orange box that lurks in the back of your fridge to take out bad smells. Or as a pantry staple that …

Why work has failed us: Because you can have a job and still not afford the doctor

The insurance you get from your employer is supposed to pay for medical fees if you get sick. But they keep finding ways to shift those costs to workers instead.<p>Robin Berzin, a medical intern, remembers frantically printing out pages upon pages of prescriptions for one of her patients, each of …

7 Signs of Heat Stroke That Every Cyclist Should Recognize

Heat-related illnesses can be life-threatening. Here’s how to stay safe<p>When the weather finally warms up, there’s no better feeling than ditching your trainer for a long, sunny ride. But once the summer heat reaches sweltering temps, taking things outside can pose some risks.<p>About 618 people die …

New study links Alzheimer's disease with liver function and diet

Scientists have presented new research pointing to the liver as a potential culprit in the onset of Alzheimer's disease. Presented at the Alzheimer's …

The Real Scandal in the Fight Against Opioids

Politicians and the media are ignoring the one solution that could make a difference: more and better treatment.<p>Some snapshots from the nation’s fight against drug abuse: President Donald Trump at every opportunity calls for the building of the wall, which he says will stop drugs (along with …

Covered California’s health insurance premiums will rise 8.7% in 2019 - Los Angeles Times

Premiums in California’s health insurance exchange will rise by an average of 8.7% next year, marking a return to more modest increases despite ongoing threats to the Affordable Care Act.<p>The state marketplace, Covered California, said the rate increase for 2019 would have been closer to 5% if the …

Affordable Care Act

Can You Restore Your Vision Naturally? This Eye Doc Says Yes

If you have ever been diagnosed with an eye condition such as macular degeneration or cataracts, the doctor might have told you: "All we can do is …