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Even a low intake of red and processed meat may raise death risk

Date: Apr-08-2019
Consuming just a small amount of red and processed meat could still pose a risk to health and affect longevity, according to new research.

Frequent urination at night may be a sign of hypertension

Date: Apr-07-2019
New research finds that nocturia, or the frequent need to urinate at night, may be a sign of high blood pressure. A high salt intake may also play a role.

Alcohol use disorder: Brain damage may progress despite sobriety

Date: Apr-07-2019
Scientists have compared the brains of people with alcohol use disorder with those of people without the disorder. They also studied rodents.

Looking for beauty in your DNA

Date: Apr-06-2019
Newly published research explores the genetic variations that are associated with facial attractiveness and finds that they vary by sex.

Is the 'sugar rush' a myth?

Date: Apr-06-2019
It is common knowledge that after eating a sugary snack, we experience a 'sugar rush.' However, according to a recent meta-analysis, this might be a myth.

What are the health benefits of beetroot juice?

Date: Apr-05-2019
Beetroot juice contains plenty of healthful vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Drinking beetroot juice could provide several health benefits, such as lowering blood pressure and reducing inflammation. In this article, we discuss the health benefits, nutrition, and side effects of beetroot juice.

List of the best full-body exercises

Date: Apr-05-2019
The best full-body exercises include squats, burpees, lunges, and cycling. People can do these to exercise several muscles at once. Learn more about how to do these exercises here.

Can scientists 'hack' memory?

Date: Apr-05-2019
Is it possible to manipulate memory formation and consolidation? And why would we want to do it? We explore these questions in this Spotlight feature.

Poor diet biggest risk factor for early deaths worldwide

Date: Apr-05-2019
A global study links 1 in 5 deaths to poor diet, suggesting that low intake of fruit, vegetables, nuts, seeds, whole grains, and legumes is a major factor.

Keto diet: A 'cheat day' may undo benefits and damage blood vessels

Date: Apr-05-2019
New research suggests that people should not follow the ketogenic diet for 6 days and then take a day off, as a 'cheat day' may offset the benefits.