Alcohol

Scientists Discover Key Neural Circuit Regulating Alcohol Consumption

9 hours ago   |   UNC Healthcare

The UNC School of Medicine lab of Zoe McElligott, PhD, found that alcohol consumption is regulated by the activity of a particular set of neurons in a specific brain region, a...
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‘Call In The Squad' And 7 Other Ways To Prep For The Holidays Like A Boss

19 hours ago   |   Scary Mommy

The holidays are a great time to enjoy the season while you reconnect with friends and family. But let's not act like any of it is easy. Parties to attend, baking to do, and...
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Study explores cost-effectiveness of transient elastography for detecting liver fibrosis

21 hours ago   |   News Medical

Non-alcoholic fatty liver diseases and alcohol-related diseases are currently the leading cause of chronic disease, cancer and mortality associated with this organ in developed...
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Follow a balanced diet to boost overall health: Over 80,000 cancer cases a year are linked to poor diets, warn researchers

Follow a balanced diet to boost overall health: Over 80,000 cancer cases a year are linked to poor diets, warn researchers

21 hours ago   |   Natural News   |   4 articles

In 2015, research has stated that about 5.2 percent of new cancer diagnoses could be directly attributed to poor diets and excess body weight. This puts lackluster nutrition on...
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11 Natural Baby Wipes That Are Gentle on Babies but Tough on Clean-up

11 Natural Baby Wipes That Are Gentle on Babies but Tough on Clean-up

1 day ago   |   Scary Mommy

Babies - they're cute, but let's be honest, they're kind of terrible houseguests. They're always either making or about to make a mess , and you spend most of your time...
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Study finds that even light alcohol consumption may increase overall cancer risk

1 day ago   |   News Medical   |   4 articles

A new study suggests that even light-to-moderate alcohol consumption may increase overall cancer risk.
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Even Light Alcohol Consumption Might Increase Cancer Risk

Even Light Alcohol Consumption Might Increase Cancer Risk

1 day ago   |   Medindia Health   |   2 articles

If you thought one-two drinks a day would not do any harm, think again. Even a light level of drinking may raise overall cancer risk, reports a new study.
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Lactobacillus Balances Gut Health, Improves Chronic-alcohol-induced Liver Injury

Lactobacillus Balances Gut Health, Improves Chronic-alcohol-induced Liver Injury

1 day ago   |   Medindia Health

Lactobacillus rhamnosus could dose-dependently reestablish a balanced gut microbiome and counter the liver-damaging effects of alcohol consumption to reverse the results of...
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Even light alcohol consumption linked to higher cancer risk in Japan

1 day ago   |   ScienceDaily   |   2 articles

In a new study conducted in Japan, even light to moderate alcohol consumption was associated with elevated cancer risks.
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Lactobacillus balances intestinal microbiome and ameliorates chronic alcohol-induced liver injury

1 day ago   |   News Medical

Researchers demonstrated that Lactobacillus rhamnosus can dose-dependently reestablish a balanced intestinal microbiome and counter the liver-damaging effects of alcohol...
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Probiotic Yeast May Help Treat Drug-resistant Fungal Infections

Probiotic Yeast May Help Treat Drug-resistant Fungal Infections

A study by researchers at WPI and the Central Food Technological Research Institute in India shows that yeasts derived from food are effective in preventing infections and... Read more ...

Lower BMI Tied to Lower Diabetes Risk, Even among Non-Overweight People

Lower BMI Tied to Lower Diabetes Risk, Even among Non-Overweight People

Having a lower body mass index is strongly linked to reduced type II diabetes risk, among people with varied family history, genetic risk factors, and weight, reveals a new study. Read more ...

Fresh and Older Blood are Equally Effective for Transfusion

Fresh and Older Blood are Equally Effective for Transfusion

Transfusions using fresh red blood cells are no more useful than older red blood cells in decreasing the risk of organ failure or death in critically ill children, reports a... Read more ...

Fresh Red Blood Cell Transfusions Do Not Help Critically Ill Children More...

Fresh Red Blood Cell Transfusions Do Not Help Critically Ill Children More Than Older Cells: Study

Doctors should not be afraid to use older red cells in critically ill children, stated new study. Read more ...

Effect of Aging on Heart Disease: New Insights

Effect of Aging on Heart Disease: New Insights

Aging adults are more likely to have and die from heart disease than their younger counterparts. A new study finds a reason to link biological aging to the development of... Read more ...

Specialized Immune Cells may Help Repair Inflammatory Bowel Disease Damage...

Specialized Immune Cells may Help Repair Inflammatory Bowel Disease Damage in Children

Specialized immune cells that dampen inflammation and help repair the gut can be used as a potential therapy for kids dealing with the painful symptoms of inflammatory bowel... Read more ...

Meaning in Life Linked to Better Health and Well-being

Meaning in Life Linked to Better Health and Well-being

New study has examined the meaning in life and relationship with physical, mental and cognitive functioning. Read more ...

LCD Screen Pollution: Your Household Dust may Contain More Toxic Chemicals...

LCD Screen Pollution: Your Household Dust may Contain More Toxic Chemicals from LCDs

LCD screen pollution: More toxic chemicals from LCD television, iPhone and computer screens are found in household dust. Liquid crystal monomers used in flat-screen TVs... Read more ...

Indian-Origin Scientist Finds Dead Probiotic That can Repair Leaky Gut

Indian-Origin Scientist Finds Dead Probiotic That can Repair Leaky Gut

Indian-origin scientist has discovered a dead probiotic that can decrease age-related leaky gut and control harmful, aging-related inflammation. Read more ...

8 sickened with E. coli from pre-packaged salad and 41 ill from salmonella...

8 sickened with E. coli from pre-packaged salad and 41 ill from salmonella in fruit salad

The CDC says eight people have contracted E. coli in three states from a pre-packaged salad kit while the FDA announced a recall of a pre-cut fruit salad mix that sickened 33... Read more ...