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High Levels of Erucic Acid in Food Can Affect Your Health

HIGH LEVELS OF ERUCIC ACID IN FOOD CAN AFFECT YOUR HEALTH

Eating foods containing high levels of erucic acid can significantly affect your health, reveals a new study.

Climbing Stairs at Short Intervals Throughout the Day Can Boost Your Health

CLIMBING STAIRS AT SHORT INTERVALS THROUGHOUT THE DAY CAN BOOST YOUR HEALTH

Short bouts of stair climbing throughout the day can improve your health and fitness, reveals a new study.

 
 
 
Alphabet's Verily ECG watch gets FDA approval as medical device

ALPHABET'S VERILY ECG WATCH GETS FDA APPROVAL AS MEDICAL DEVICE

Alphabet unveiled Verily Study Watch in 2017, describing it as a smartwatch designed specifically for capturing health data from clinical...

Alphabet's health division gets FDA clearance to test EKG smartwatch feature

ALPHABET'S HEALTH DIVISION GETS FDA CLEARANCE TO TEST EKG SMARTWATCH FEATURE

Alphabet's health division, Verily, has received FDA 510 clearance for its Study smart watch for an “on-demand ECG feature.” The Study...

 
 
 
Matt Daniels Updates His 'Largest Vocabulary in Hip-Hop' Study to Include Newer Rappers

MATT DANIELS UPDATES HIS 'LARGEST VOCABULARY IN HIP-HOP' STUDY TO INCLUDE NEWER RAPPERS

Data analyst Matt Daniels returns with an updated infographic report that showcases prominent names and the strength of their vocabulary....

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...

 
 
 
Drinking Soft Drinks While Exercising in Hot Weather May Up Kidney Disease

DRINKING SOFT DRINKS WHILE EXERCISING IN HOT WEATHER MAY UP KIDNEY DISEASE

Drinking soft drinks while exercising in hot weather can put you at a higher kidney disease risk, reveals a new study.

South Dakota Tourism welcomed 14.1 million tourists in 2018

SOUTH DAKOTA TOURISM WELCOMED 14.1 MILLION TOURISTS IN 2018

It is consecutive ninth year, South Dakota Tourism saw increased growth in tourism to the state in 2018. According to a new study by...

 
 
 
World Trade Center Responders at Higher Risk for Head, Neck Cancers

WORLD TRADE CENTER RESPONDERS AT HIGHER RISK FOR HEAD, NECK CANCERS

World Trade Center responders are more likely to have human papillomavirus -related head and neck cancers, reveals a new study.

Existing Concussion Tests for Ice Hockey Players Miss Vital Brain Function Problem

EXISTING CONCUSSION TESTS FOR ICE HOCKEY PLAYERS MISS VITAL BRAIN FUNCTION PROBLEM

Novel tool measures the brain's vital signs using complex brainwave data as a new study finds that existing concussion tests often...

 
 
 
Blister Fluid Can Help Diagnose Burn Depth and Severity Much Faster

BLISTER FLUID CAN HELP DIAGNOSE BURN DEPTH AND SEVERITY MUCH FASTER

Blister fluid can identify burn depth and severity more accurately, reveals a new study.

$800,000 in Scholarships Offered by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation

$800,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED BY THE NATIONAL RESTAURANT ASSOCIATION EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION

Ashley Owens received an NRAEF scholarship to study restaurant management at the University of Houston. Apply Today for Scholarships...

 
 
 
What Music will Relax Your Dog

WHAT MUSIC WILL RELAX YOUR DOG

Create The Ultimate Dog Song Playlist Music has the power to excite, intrigue, and calm us, and studies are showing the benefits aren't...

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...

 
 
 
Another drop in opioid prescribing - but progress is slow in rural areas, CDC report reveals 

ANOTHER DROP IN OPIOID PRESCRIBING - BUT PROGRESS IS SLOW IN RURAL AREAS, CDC REPORT REVEALS 

Doctors prescribe 14 percent fewer opioids to their patients in the US now than they did in 2014, a new Centers for Disease Control...

The European Christmas Bird Count

THE EUROPEAN CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT

I remember studying the map of countries participating in the i nternational mid-winter w aterbird c ensus, where the USA wasn't marked....

 
 
 
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...

Have Fears About Menopause? According To New Research, This Can Really Help Reduce Symptoms

HAVE FEARS ABOUT MENOPAUSE? ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH, THIS CAN REALLY HELP REDUCE SYMPTOMS

New Mayo Clinic study shows that mindfulness can help reduce menopausal symptoms of anxiety, irritability, and depression.