University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers may have identified a vaccine that would defend against Zika virus without producing antibodies.
Giving birth is associated with a 14% higher risk of heart disease and stroke compared to having no children, reports a study published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).
Nearly a fifth of heart disease deaths in adults aged 25-69 in 2011 may be attributed to high sodium diets in a large province in China.
When it comes to snow safety, calling Iain Stewart-Patterson an expert is like calling powder skiing enjoyable—accurate, but only scratching the surface.
When a patient goes into a hospital or clinic, whether for a heart attack, stroke, or because they walked into a lamp post (yes, really), a massive amount of data is collected and entered into medical reports.
Examination of popular meals in full service and fast food restaurants in five countries reveals large number of highly caloric options, possible contributor to global obesity.
The average Canadian family can expect to spend $411 more on food in 2019, bringing their total yearly grocery bill to $12,157 thanks to more expensive fruit and vegetables, according to Canada’s Food Price Report.
Delaying high school start times by as little as 10 minutes can increase adolescents’ length of sleep by almost 25 minutes, says new Brock-led research.
They approach with the telltale sign – a high-pitched whine. It’s a warning that you are a mosquito’s next meal.
Findings reveal tripling of blood levels of TMAO from red meat diet, but dietary effects can be reversed.
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