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What does the color of period blood mean?

Date: Apr-01-2019
Period blood can vary in color and relays important information about a person’s health. Normal period blood typically varies from bright red to dark brown or black. Blood or discharge that is orange or grey may indicate an infection. Learn more about what the different colors can mean here.

Causes and treatment of finger pain

Date: Apr-01-2019
Finger pain can result from a minor injury and will usually get better with self-care. However, severe, worsening, or recurring pain may indicate a more serious injury or underlying condition. Learn more about the causes and treatment of finger pain here.

What to know about tumor necrosis factor

Date: Apr-01-2019
Tumor necrosis factor is a protein involved in inflammation. Excess tumor necrosis factor (TNF) in the blood has a role in inflammatory conditions, such as forms of arthritis and irritable bowel disease. In this article, we look at TNF, its links with medical conditions, and how to reduce TNF levels.

Scientists locate brain circuit that curbs overeating

Date: Apr-01-2019
Scientists have identified a group of memory-related neurons in the hippocampus whose activation can cause mice to reduce their food intake.

A new wearable device may detect cancer with more precision

Date: Apr-01-2019
Researchers are developing and testing a wearable device that can detect the presence of cancer cells in the bloodstream with greater accuracy.

How 1 hour of brisk walking can benefit people with osteoarthritis

Date: Apr-01-2019
A new study investigates the impact of 1 weekly hour of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity on disability in people with knee osteoarthritis.

Fish slime: An answer to antibiotic resistance?

Date: Apr-01-2019
Antibiotic resistance is an increasingly pressing issue for humanity. A recent study dives into the constituents of fish slime to hunt for new antibiotics.

Weight loss: How the 'love hormone' might help

Date: Apr-01-2019
An intriguing new study demonstrates that an oxytocin nasal spray can change the way that people's brains respond to images of unhealthful food.

The 'burden of disease' in those who recover from addiction

Date: Mar-31-2019
A recent investigation into health conditions that develop in people recovering from addiction reveals that more than one-third have a chronic disease.

Could reused cooking oil trigger breast cancer spread?

Date: Mar-31-2019
A new study in mice finds that reused cooking oil may encourage breast cancer metastases. These preliminary results are sure to spark more research.