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Over 80 Percent of Patients Don't Level With Their Doctors
It may seem harmless to not be entirely forthcoming with your doctor, but the health consequences could be huge.


Bringing Sleep Patterns Into Diet Plans
The timings of our meals effect our ability to lose weight, so the integration of sleep rhythm data would help to build more effective personalised diet guides, experts have said.


Tiny Sun Sensor Warns You When Your Skin Is About To Burn
A miniature wearable sensor has been designed to let you know if you've spent too much or too little time in the sun.


As Couples Age, Humor and Tenderness Towards One Another Increases
A new UC Berkeley study shows those prickly disagreements that can mark the early and middle years of marriage mellow with age as conflicts give way to humor and acceptance.


8 Reasons We Need To Stop Focusing On Nutrients
The rise of nutritionalism -- focusing on nutrient content rather than the whole food -- has created a 'nutritional cacophony' that leaves people confused.


Sunshine Is The Ultimate Protection Against Eczema
Babies who spend more time in the sun are less likely to develop eczema, but it may not be because it boosts their vitamin D levels as previously thought says a new study in Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.


Your Brain Overcomes Limitations Using Bias and Prior Beliefs
Imagine trying to write your name so that it can be read in a mirror. Your brain has all of the visual information you need, and you're a pro at writing your own name. Still, this task is very difficult for most people. That's because it requires the brain to perform a mental transformation that it's not familiar with: using what it sees in the mirror to accurately guide your hand to write backward.


Does Cannabis Make You More Creative?
Cannabis is one of the most powerful healing plants on the planet. One of the most important roles cannabinoids play is in the suppression of cancer. However, the plant's impact on our psychological health, including artistic creativity and convergent thinking have now been highlighted by a study in Consciousness and Cognition.


Do People Notice The Difference Between Strategic Kindness and Real Kindness?
Psychologists at the University of Sussex have confirmed that the warm glow of kindness is real, even when there's nothing in it for you. In their study, published in NeuroImage, they undertook a major analysis of existing research showing the brain scans relating to over 1000 people making kind decisions. For the first time, they split the analysis between what happens in the brain when people act out of genuine altruism – where there's nothing in it for them – and when they act with strategic kindness – when there is something to be gained as a consequence.


Which Milk Alternatives Are Worthy of Your Consideration?
The risks of consuming pasteurized cow's milk are pronounced when consuming in the long term, especially for women. Not only does pasteurized milk create imbalances in the ratios of crucial minerals, but it influences progression and rates of osteoporosis. So which alternatives to milk are there and which ones are actually healthy?


Coffee Causing Cancer??
Scientists have been doing research on a coffee-cancer link for a very long time. Meta-studies looking at all the scientific literature up to date have clearly shown that not only there is no association between coffee-drinking and cancer, but there is actually a mild inverse correlation between drinking coffee and some type of cancer. In other words, not only does coffee not give you cancer, but it may mildly protect you from some types of cancer, such as breast and liver cancer.


The Real Culprit May Not Be Gluten At All
Gluten might not be the bad guy after all. Evidence suggests it may be the fructan molecules in wheat that cause stomach problems in people with an intolerance.


Study Examines Microdosing Psychedelics To Enhance Focus and Ease Anxiety
Microdosing is the act of consuming sub-perceptual amounts of psychedelics, like LSD or Psilocybin Mushrooms. A new study from the University of Toronto reveals fascinating insights into how and why people use small doses of psychedelics for therapeutic effects.


Spending Time Outdoors Reduces The Risk of 6 Different Ailments
Living close to nature and spending time outside has significant and wide-ranging health benefits -- according to new research from the University of East Anglia. 'The health benefits of the great outdoors: A systematic review and meta-analysis of greenspace exposure and health outcomes' is published in the journal Environmental Research.


Women Ingesting Probiotics Can Decrease Their Bone Loss By Half
For the first time in the world, researchers at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, have demonstrated that probiotics, dietary supplements with health-promoting bacteria, can be used to affect the human skeleton.


Your Brain Anatomy Plays A Role In Determining Your Food Choices
Our indulgence in delicious but unhealthful food may not necessarily reveal a character flaw. Rather, our ability to exercise self-control is linked to our neurobiology, according to a study that has been published in The Journal of Neuroscience.



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