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Emerging research finds inositol to be an effective treatment for panic disorder

EMERGING RESEARCH FINDS INOSITOL TO BE AN EFFECTIVE TREATMENT FOR PANIC DISORDER

A person with panic disorder will experience recurring panic attacks, and these episodes can severely affect his quality of life. However,...

BREAKTHROUGH: Vitamin D supplements taken during pregnancy found to prevent autism in children

BREAKTHROUGH: VITAMIN D SUPPLEMENTS TAKEN DURING PREGNANCY FOUND TO PREVENT AUTISM IN CHILDREN

Taking vitamin D supplements during pregnancy can prevent the onset of autism spectrum disorder in children, a recent animal study...

 
 
 
Couldn't sleep last night? A cup of cocoa for breakfast can reduce the negative effects of sleep deprivation

COULDN'T SLEEP LAST NIGHT? A CUP OF COCOA FOR BREAKFAST CAN REDUCE THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF SLEEP DEPRIVATION

Researchers suggest drinking a cup of cocoa after a night of sleeplessness after conducting a study that concluded that flavanol-rich...

Study: Marketing to Docs, Opioid Crisis Linked

STUDY: MARKETING TO DOCS, OPIOID CRISIS LINKED

A county-by-county analysis showed that opioid use increased in places where drug makers focused their marketing efforts to physicians,...

 
 
 
Steps to Reduce Hospital Sleep Disruptions Studied

STEPS TO REDUCE HOSPITAL SLEEP DISRUPTIONS STUDIED

Nighttime room entries dropped by 44 percent after researchers educated doctors and nurses on the health consequences of in-hospital...

Google is buying smartwatch Technology from Fossil for $40 million

GOOGLE IS BUYING SMARTWATCH TECHNOLOGY FROM FOSSIL FOR $40 MILLION

Google is buying some new smartwatch technology from the Fossil Group, the two companies have revealed that the deal is worth $40 million....

 
 
 
Non-profit consumer group calls for action; cites increase in food recalls

NON-PROFIT CONSUMER GROUP CALLS FOR ACTION; CITES INCREASE IN FOOD RECALLS

Likening a trip to the grocery store to shooting craps, a consumer watchdog group is reporting that data from the U.S. government shows...

The way you use Facebook may give clues to your mental health, say researchers

THE WAY YOU USE FACEBOOK MAY GIVE CLUES TO YOUR MENTAL HEALTH, SAY RESEARCHERS

Social media use is a divisive topic. Regular users say that websites like Facebook help them connect with family and friends, while...

 
 
 
A Novel Stem Cell Approach to Treat Diabetes

A NOVEL STEM CELL APPROACH TO TREAT DIABETES

Stem cell-derived beta cells have been developed by a researcher that produces correct amount of insulin more responsive to the fluctuating...

Scientists Team Up With Industry to Mass-Produce Detectors for Next-Gen Cosmic Experiment

SCIENTISTS TEAM UP WITH INDUSTRY TO MASS-PRODUCE DETECTORS FOR NEXT-GEN COSMIC EXPERIMENT

Crews work at the site of the POLARBEAR-2/Simons Array experiments in Chile. There are plans to combine data at this site with data...

 
 
 
Opioid Use in Pregnancy Linked to Birth Defects?

OPIOID USE IN PREGNANCY LINKED TO BIRTH DEFECTS?

Researchers recently found that counties that had higher rates of opioid prescribing had nearly two times more babies born with their...

Food recalls soar 10% in 5 years - with meat and poultry contamination up more than 80%

FOOD RECALLS SOAR 10% IN 5 YEARS - WITH MEAT AND POULTRY CONTAMINATION UP MORE THAN 80%

A new report from the US Public Interest Research Group has found that meat and poultry recalls falling in Class I - meaning consumption...

 
 
 
Study: 1 in 4 Antibiotic Prescriptions Not Needed

STUDY: 1 IN 4 ANTIBIOTIC PRESCRIPTIONS NOT NEEDED

More than 23 percent of prescriptions studied were inappropriate, or not medically justified, researchers said. The inappropriate prescriptions...

Keep your eyesight healthy well beyond your sunset years with the Mediterranean diet

KEEP YOUR EYESIGHT HEALTHY WELL BEYOND YOUR SUNSET YEARS WITH THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET

Nutritionists across the world highly recommend the Mediterranean diet, and research is finding more reasons to follow it. A team of...

 
 
 
Researchers find that warmer or cooler indoor temperatures can lower the risk of Type 2 diabetes

RESEARCHERS FIND THAT WARMER OR COOLER INDOOR TEMPERATURES CAN LOWER THE RISK OF TYPE 2 DIABETES

Decreasing the risk of Type 2 diabetes could lie in the thermostat. A research team led by Wouter van Marken Lichtenbelt has discovered...

Water filtration membranes can be made from vegetable oils, researchers find

WATER FILTRATION MEMBRANES CAN BE MADE FROM VEGETABLE OILS, RESEARCHERS FIND

Researchers in a Yale laboratory have developed a safer way to purify water. Led by Professor Chinedum Osuji, the team has created...

 
 
 
Cryptocurrency mining malware has become self-aware

CRYPTOCURRENCY MINING MALWARE HAS BECOME SELF-AWARE

A common form of cryptocurrency mining malware has evolved and is now able to switch off security services to continue mining without...

Mindfulness could ease emotional symptoms of the menopause, scientists say

MINDFULNESS COULD EASE EMOTIONAL SYMPTOMS OF THE MENOPAUSE, SCIENTISTS SAY

Researchers from the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota quizzed 1,744 women about their symptoms, stress levels and mindfulness, a practice championed...

 
 
 
Johnson & Johnson and Apple Collaborate on New Heart Health Program Aimed at Accelerating AFib Diagnosis

JOHNSON & JOHNSON AND APPLE COLLABORATE ON NEW HEART HEALTH PROGRAM AIMED AT ACCELERATING AFIB DIAGNOSIS

Johnson & Johnson today announced that it has entered into a research study with Apple to investigate whether a new heart health program...

Researchers make ice repelling materials breakthrough

RESEARCHERS MAKE ICE REPELLING MATERIALS BREAKTHROUGH

Ice is one of the most significant hazards to drivers and pilots and is blamed for multibillion-dollar losses each year in the US....