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'Acute' Insomnia Hits 1 in 4 in U.S., most recover

3 days ago   |   By Web MD

Tracking more than 1,400 adults nationwide for a year, researchers found that about 75 percent of those who dealt with acute insomnia recovered good sleep within 12 months.
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Unvaccinated Kids Create Risk of U.S. 'Hot Spots'

Unvaccinated Kids Create Risk of U.S. 'Hot Spots'

3 days ago   |   By Web MD

The researchers found that among children enrolling in kindergarten, the number of those with nonmedical exemptions has increased since 2009 in 12 states, resulting in lower rates of vaccination for measles, mumps and rubella.
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Army researchers develop A.I. tech that helps U.S. soldiers learn 13x faster than conventional methods

Army researchers develop A.I. tech that helps U.S. soldiers learn 13x faster than conventional methods

3 days ago   |   By Natural News

A Phys.org article states that Army researchers are making huge strides in the field of artificial intelligence that can support U.S. soldiers on the battlefield. Their latest development is an affordable yet capable AI assistant that can reportedly help human troops learn more than 13 times faster than normal training methods. Featuring...
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Gut Bacteria May Contribute Depression, Anxiety in Obesity

Gut Bacteria May Contribute Depression, Anxiety in Obesity

Gut microbes may lead to depression and anxiety in obesity. High-fat diet showed significantly more signs of anxiety, depression and obsessive behavior than regular diets... Read more ...

Type 2 diabetes can be avoided with the right kind of diet - do you know...

Type 2 diabetes can be avoided with the right kind of diet - do you know which one?

If there's any upside to the devastating prevalence of Type 2 diabetes in modern times, it's the wealth of research into the disease the epidemic has inspired. There have been... Read more ...

How Body Weight Impacts the Risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes

How Body Weight Impacts the Risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes

You're probably aware that there's a link between type 2 diabetes and body weight. In fact, obesity accounts for 80 to 85 % of the risk of developing this chronic health... Read more ...

Study: Using Tylenol regularly can cause asthma and COPD

Study: Using Tylenol regularly can cause asthma and COPD

A study published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine pointed to acetaminophen as a significant risk factor for asthma and chronic obstructive... Read more ...

Fitness star Kayla Itsines shares the five mistakes you're making with your...

Fitness star Kayla Itsines shares the five mistakes you're making with your meal prep

From making all of the food you plan to eat for the week in one day to not mixing it up enough, fitness star Kayla Itsines recently shared the five meal prepping mistakes you... Read more ...

Dr Michael Mosley's life plan: How the Mediterranean 5:2 diet can beat jet lag

Dr Michael Mosley's life plan: How the Mediterranean 5:2 diet can beat jet lag

Fresh from a trip to New Zealand, Dr Michael Mosley discusses the link between fasting and jet lag. Read more ...

U.K. retailers report chicken campylobacter levels for Q1

U.K. retailers report chicken campylobacter levels for Q1

The top nine retailers across the United Kingdom have now published their latest testing results on campylobacter contamination in UK-produced fresh whole chickens (covering... Read more ...

Break up with paper; commit to digital; embrace food safety

Break up with paper; commit to digital; embrace food safety

Editor's note: This is the first installment of a four-part series on electronic recording keep to enhance food companies' food safety efforts. The series is sponsored by PAR... Read more ...

Campylobacter in chicken liver parfait nearly killed British man

Campylobacter in chicken liver parfait nearly killed British man

A British man admitted to intensive care after an awards banquet in October and lost the use of his limbs, his speech and the ability to blink - leaving his eyes wide open and... Read more ...

American Medical Association sliding toward support of physician-assisted...

American Medical Association sliding toward support of physician-assisted suicide. here come the death panels

Will the American Medical Association soon be in favor of physician-assisted suicide? In early June, the AMA decided not to reaffirm its position against assisted suicide - a... Read more ...