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- People over 50 who were diagnosed with autism in middle age had consistently reported feeling alienated in childhood, a new study said.
- Dandruff on the eyebrows can be kept at bay with the following remedies. Read on to find out.
- Here's the recommended time to best consume milk, according to experts.
- A new study found that women with liver diseases or conditions during pregnancy are more likely to have children at high risk of obesity.
- A new study shows that having a good quality of sleep at night could help reduce the levels of anxiety for the next day.
- Researchers found that many people are actually not bothered by human extinction amid the changing environment and growing risks.
- A new study shows that frequent use of acid reflux drugs in children may have some side effects, such as increased risk of infections.
- Today, it’s no surprise that an increasing number of people are seeking out natural methods to help eliminate or alleviate their chronic and/or acute conditions. Since most people are tired of the harsh side-effects that result from taking prescription medication, many are now turning to CBD as a natural, safe, and non-addictive way to not only manage illness, but to also maintain overall health and wellness. In fact, studies show that CBD is showing a lot of promise when it comes to removing or alleviating the symptoms that stem from a wide-array of illnesses.
- There's no empirical basis for the perception that women aren't as good as men in math.
- The dry season is continuing to get worse and Zimbabwe's wildlife is dying as a result.
- SpaceX has started launching Starlink satellites in low orbit but are they too bright for astronomers?
- What's the science behind "hit songs?" What makes them so pleasurable?
- Chronic stresss will screw with our digestive system big time.
- Researchers at UC San Francisco developed a bio-artificial kidney that appeared effective to replace the organ and continue its natural functions with lower risk of side effects.
- Studies showed that the real cause of neck pain may not be bad postures as previously thought.
- The "Grecian goddess” snack includes figs, olives and plum, which promise to treat acne by providing good amounts of fiber, anti-inflammatory antioxidants and other skin-friendly effects.
- According to two neuroscientists, giving A.I. the ability to have "feelings" is the next step for the technology.
- Ever heard of upper crossed syndrome? Here's what you need to know.
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has confirmed another Salmonella outbreak that already affected six states.
- Suspicious that you're suffering from high blood sugar? Here are the signs you should look out for.
- Here's how to keep your gut health at its peak even as you age.
- A pharmaceutical company submitted a drug application to the Federal Drug Administration to sell a potential cure for HIV.
- Federal health officials found that the presence of vitamin E acetate, an oily, synthetic form of the vitamin, could contribute to the bad effects of vaping.
- An international review found that general physicians lack the knowledge to guide patients on the right food. However, the University of Maryland School of Medicine has taken the first step by introducing it in the curriculum.
- A batch of contaminated Alprazolam medication was recalled in a preventive measure.
- A study calculated the prevalence of rare diseases globally using the Orphanet database.
- Health authorities in Spain reported what could be the world's first case of sexually transmitted dengue between two men.
- Netizens criticized rapper T.I. for his recent comments about taking his daughter to the doctor every year to check her virginity.
- Kanye West plans to use algae harvested from ponds to create the next Yeezy shoes and help reduce the impact of the fashion industry on the environment.
- Lady Gaga recalled being “dropped on a street corner” after she was raped “repeatedly” for months when she was 19 and some traumatizing experiences when she took the limelight.