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Diet Soda-Fueled Dementia?
Diet soda seems to age the brain. Both dementia and stroke risk increased with soda consumption.   > >
April 26, 2017

Salt Makes You Hungry, Not Thirsty
A set of new findings has completely changed our understanding of what too much salt does to your body.   > >
April 25, 2017

Saturated Fats Damage Joints
Saturated fats actually damage cartilage and joints, leading to osteoarthritis. Other fats appear to be protective.   > >
April 24, 2017

Why Kids Drop Out
Life crises contribute to many kids' decision to leave school. A little help navigating these rough times could prevent it.   > >
April 21, 2017

Smoke Screen
Bigger, more graphic, warnings on cigarette packs reduce smoking. But the U.S. tobacco industry is blocking them. The public is not pleased.   > >
April 20, 2017

Reset Your Body's Clock
You can fix biorhythms thrown off by shift work, travel or late nights in front of a screen and lose weight at the same time.   > >
April 19, 2017

Violent Video Games Increase Violence
There's a link between the violence that we experience virtually and the violence that we act out in reality.   > >
April 18, 2017

The Secret to Staying Motivated Over the Long Haul
What motivates us changes as we progress toward our goals. It pays to know the difference.   > >
April 17, 2017

Sexism and Video Games
Playing video games is significantly associated with sexist attitudes, a French study has found. It's about how women are depicted.   > >
April 13, 2017

Be Flexible: Eat Peanuts
A handful of peanuts with a meal can keep fatty deposits from sticking to your arteries.   > >
April 12, 2017

Better Schools, At No Cost
Enrichment doesn't have to cost money. Trusting, deep relationships at school can have a big academic impact.   > >
April 11, 2017

When Employees Lose Weight, Companies Gain
Company programs to help workers lose weight not only benefit workers' health, they add to hours on the job.   > >
April 10, 2017

"Your" Medical Records
Why is getting a copy of your medical records so expensive?   > >
April 7, 2017

Marathoners' Kidney Damage
Running a marathon is hard on your body, but the toll it takes on your kidneys is just being explored.   > >
April 6, 2017

African Americans Less Likely to Receive Statins
Competing guidelines for the use of statins in people with atherosclerosis may leave African Americans less protected.   > >
April 5, 2017

Vending Machines Programmed for Healthier Food Choices
If you have to wait for a your chips to drop, but can get a healthier snack more quickly, or cheaply, you might choose differently.   > >
April 4, 2017

"A Robot Ate My Job"
Workers in both blue and white collar jobs are looking over their shoulders, worried that robots will replace them.   > >
April 3, 2017

Why You Need to Eat at Home More
Home-cooked meals used to be prized; now they are seen as inconvenient. But the health benefits of eating at home are undeniable.   > >
March 31, 2017

Bye Bye Bedbugs
Bedbugs' resistance to eradication is legendary. A promising new approach uses mold to stop them in their tracks.   > >
March 30, 2017

Heart Patients Need Exercise
Too few heart attack patients exercise the way they should after an attack. Sure, they're worried, but they still need rehab. It can make a big difference.   > >
March 29, 2017