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Can we blame procrastination on our genes?
19 HRS AGO - New research has found a genetic difference in procrastinators, but there is a catch. The research Expand
Residents Unaware of Cancer-Causing Toxin in Air
1 DAY AGO - Federal data show an increased cancer risk to neighborhoods across the country around plants that Expand
Is Caffeine Fueling Your Anxieties?
2 DAYS AGO - For some people, caffeine may help with concentration and provide an energy boost, but it can Expand
Metabolic factors likely contribute to anorexia
2 DAYS AGO - A genetic study suggests that anorexia nervosa has metabolic as well as psychiatric components and Expand
Bison burgers linked to E. coli outbreak
2 DAYS AGO - The CDC have linked a recent E. coli outbreak to infected bison meat that has affected 21 people. Expand
Higher iron levels may protect arteries but raise clot risk
3 DAYS AGO - A new study links naturally higher iron levels to a reduced risk of clogged arteries but a raised Expand
Ground Bison Linked to E. Coli Outbreak: CDC
3 DAYS AGO - An E. coli outbreak in the United States that's linked to ground bison produced by Northfork Bison Expand
WHO Says Congo Ebola Outbreak Is Health Emergency
3 DAYS AGO - The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday called the year-old outbreak of Ebola in the Expand
Clues to Women’s Higher Odds for Alzheimer's
4 DAYS AGO - Rates of Alzheimer's disease are higher in women than in men, and researchers now think they know Expand
Computer use later in life may prevent cognitive decline
1 DAY AGO - New research finds that using a computer and playing games, among other activities, can Expand
Heat Bakes the Nation, Here Are Some Safety Tips
1 DAY AGO - Across two-thirds of the United States, over 115 million Americans live where some level of heat Expand
EPA Won't Ban Pesticide Linked to Harm in Children
2 DAYS AGO - Even though the pesticide chlorpyrifos has been linked to brain harm in children, it will not be Expand
How a gut infection might spark Parkinson's
2 DAYS AGO - Scientists are still unpicking the processes involved in Parkinson's. A new study ties together Expand
Study Casts Doubt on Safety of Herbal Drug Kratom
3 DAYS AGO - Kratom, made from the leaves of a Southeast Asian plant, is usually used to treat pain and Expand
Money Might Motivate Smokers to Quit Long Term
3 DAYS AGO - Financial rewards for quitting smoking do help smokers -- including pregnant women -- kick the Expand
Overdose Deaths Fall for First Time in Decades
3 DAYS AGO - For the first time in three decades, drug overdose deaths in the United States fell last year.
Scientists discover pathway to skin regeneration
3 DAYS AGO - A new study in human volunteers and mice identifies which danger signaling molecules lie at the Expand
Autism Largely Caused by Genetics, Not Environment
4 DAYS AGO - he largest study of its kind, involving more than 2 million people across five countries, finds Expand
How an omega-6 fatty acid may keep heart disease at bay
1 DAY AGO - New research in mouse cells sheds light on some mechanisms that help explain how Expand
Pot Use During Early Pregnancy on the Rise
1 DAY AGO - Pot use and pregnancy hardly go hand-in-hand for health reasons, but more American women are using Expand
Diabetes Raises Heart Failure Risk More in Women
2 DAYS AGO - Diabetes brings with it a variety of long-term complications, but at least one of those -- heart Expand
More evidence that pets benefit mental health
2 DAYS AGO - New research examines the fluctuations in levels of the stress hormone cortisol both before and Expand
The 'Bottom' Blood Pressure Number Matters, Too
3 DAYS AGO - A new study confirms that both numbers are, in fact, critical in determining the risk of heart Expand
Menstrual cups vs. pads and tampons: How do they compare?
3 DAYS AGO - A new systematic review has assessed the safety and reliability of menstrual cups. Its findings Expand
Why orthopedic shoes may not really be good for our feet
3 DAYS AGO - New research into how calluses work for our feet and balance suggests that thick-soled shoes, such Expand
Do antidepressants work better than placebo?
3 DAYS AGO - A new paper asks whether there is sufficient evidence to prove that antidepressants work better Expand
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