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Gut Bacteria Influence Fairness Perception - Neuroscience News

Neuroscience News

Summary: A new study finds that manipulating gut bacteria through probiotic and prebiotic supplements can increase altruistic punishment behavior in humans. Participants receiving supplements were mo

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Is MSG bad for you or does it just have a bad rap? - The Wash...

Lindsey Bever

Does the flavor enhancer called MSG make some people feel sick? Chinese egg fried rice, Vietnamese chicken noddle soup, even salads and popcorn there is a proliferation of recipes on TikTok using mo

The Washington Post

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Your kids ultraprocessed food consumption may put them at hig...

Madeline Holcombe

Sign up for CNNs Eat, But Better: Mediterranean Style.Our eight-part guide shows you a delicious expert-backed eating lifestyle that will boost your health for life. The ultraprocessed foods your k

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Shuttering state institutions was supposed to help fix mental...

Christopher Snowbeck, Star Tribune

Listen and subscribe to our podcast: Apple Podcasts| Spotify Nick Johnston worked during the 1960s at a massive psychiatric hospital in Illinois. He remembers one of his first patients telling him t

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When TikTok therapy is more lucrative than seeing clients - V...

Rebecca Jennings

Dr. Julie Smith is sitting behind a rainbow of five Post-it notes, each meant to represent one of the Top Five Signs of High-Functioning Depression. Said signs will be familiar to anyone who has spen

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Highly Pathogenic Bird Flu Detected in Birds in New York City...

Carly Cassella

It's not just hunters, poultry farmers, and dairy farmers that need to be wary of the current bird flu outbreak happening in the United States. City folk, especially those with pets, need to take ca

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The Best Time to Drink Green Tea for Maximum Antioxidant Abso...

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Whether it's the warmth of a steaming mug on a chilly morning or the refreshing coolness of iced green tea on a hot summer day, green tea is a popular drink we enjoy for its pleasantly earthy tastean

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Masks did not reduce risk of COVID infection after first Omic...

By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH

After the first Omicron wave, many of the risks of Covid infection changed. Before February 2022, wearing face masks and being over 70 were credited with a reduced risk of being infected by others

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Are the Pittsburgh steps I loved as a boy now 'death stairs'?...

First-person essay by Steven Hanson

For the first 18 years of my life, I assumed it was normal to climb hundreds of steps to get around your city. This is probably one of the many things growing up in Pittsburgh does to a person. I w

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Testing urged: Suspect accused of continuing sex work while H...

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Photo by Michelle Dillon Marietta/Belpre Health Department Administrator Barbara Bradley, center, speaks at a press conference Thursday morning about HIV testing and treatment services the health d

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Eerie Personality Changes Sometimes Happen After Organ Transp...

Carly Cassella

The idea that the heart contains the very 'essence' of a person might be more than just a spiritual concept. Ever since the first human heart transplants back in 1967, patients have reported, often r

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Properly cooked hamburgers pose no bird flu risk, study finds...

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CHICAGO No bird flu virus was found after cooking ground beef to medium to well done, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said in a briefing on Thursday after conducting a study as it addresses concer

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New research highlights potential of d-limonene in reducing T...

Eric W. Dolan

Cannabis use is on the rise globally, with increased legal acceptance for both medical and recreational purposes. The primary psychoactive component of cannabis, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), i

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Moms help solve a medical mystery: The week in Well+Being - T...

Tara Parker-Pope

Happy Thursday. This week were writing about a medical mystery, iron supplements and the new coronavirus variants. Plus, weve got our weekly joy snack. But before that These moms helped solve a med

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Southern California Releasing Thousands of Mosquitoes - Newsweek

Kaitlin Lewis

Southern California officials on Thursday launched an initiative aimed at curbing an invasive mosquito species that has spread rapidly in the greater Los Angeles area during the past 10 years. The e

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HIV-positive woman indicted for solicitation in Ohio; more th...

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WASHINGTON COUNTY, Ohio (WCHS) An Ohio grand jury indicted an HIV-positive woman Tuesday who had sexual contact with more than 200 people in multiple states, officials said. The woman was charged wi

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UH OH: More Than 100 Individuals in Humboldt Exposed to Measl...

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Public Health staff have been in contact with at least 109 people who were exposed to measles after an individual with the virus visited two Eureka locations late last week and is asking anyone who t

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Mosquito pool tests positive for West Nile virus in San Anton...

David Ibaez

SAN ANTONIO A mosquito pool tested positive this week for West Nile virus in San Antonio, the first of the year. According to the Metro Health Department, the infected pool trap was collected on the

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Washington County officials issue public health notice about ...

Chase Campbell

MARIETTA, Ohio (WTAP) - Washington County officials are starting a campaign to contact people who may have been exposed to HIV. Washington County Sheriffs Office Chief Deputy Mark Warden said that l

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Big rise in diseases linked to ageing and lifestyle increases...

Sarah Neville

The number of people becoming seriously ill or dying prematurely from conditions such as high blood pressure and obesity has risen 50 per cent since 2000, underlining the huge challenge diseases link

Financial Times

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Osteoporosis is on the Rise: What to Know - Newsmax

Lynn C. Allison

May is Osteoporosis Awareness and Prevention Month. Osteoporotic fractures are responsible for more hospitalizations than heart attacks, strokes, and breast cancer combined, according to the Bone Hea

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New rule of biology? Instability may be vital to life - USC D...

Michael Liu

A molecular biologist at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences may have found a new rule of biology. A rule of biology, sometimes called a biological law, describes a recognized pat

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6 Ways to Soothe a Sunburn, According to Dermatologists - Men...

Erica Sweeney

THE BEST WAY to deal with a sunburn is to not get one in the first place. But sometimes they're inevitable, especially if you spend even a short amount of time outside and forgot to protect yours

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