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NASA program “OMG” trying to find out how fast Greenland’s ice is melting – CBS News

NASA program “OMG” trying to find out how fast Greenland’s ice is melting –...

Greenland's ice sheet is melting six times faster than in the 1980s. This month, it lost 11 billion tons of surface ice in one day, enough to fill more than four million Olympic-sized swimming pools.Summer came sooner there and is expected to last longer. Greenlanders said they've seen more extreme weather and fishermen are catching…
Medical News Today: Focus boosting drugs not worth the risks, studies warn

Medical News Today: Focus boosting drugs not worth the risks, studies warn

Many younger adults use focus boosting drugs without a prescription to help them study and stay on track with work. However, new research suggests that such drugs bring healthy adults very few — and only short-lived — benefits while placing their cognitive health at risk in the long run. Taking focus enhancing drugs without a…
Pain Eased By ‘Virtual Reality’ Explorations Of Nature : Shots – Health News – NPR

Pain Eased By ‘Virtual Reality’ Explorations Of Nature : Shots – Health News –...

Though not the same as actually jumping into the waves, a virtual reality program like this one that let a headset-wearing patient "swim with dolphins" was enough of an immersive distraction to significantly reduce pain, a study found. Courtesy of Cedars Sinai/Screenshot by NPR hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of Cedars Sinai/Screenshot by NPR Though…
Medical News Today: World’s first blood test for celiac disease in sight

Medical News Today: World’s first blood test for celiac disease in sight

Scientists have identified biomarkers that could form the basis of the world's first blood test for diagnosing celiac disease. They discovered that exposure to gluten in people with celiac disease causes a rise in certain inflammatory molecules in the bloodstream that correlates with common symptoms.New research suggests an innovative blood test for diagnosing celiac disease.…
Medical News Today: Swollen gum around one tooth: What to know

Medical News Today: Swollen gum around one tooth: What to know

Occasionally, people may notice a swelling of the gums around one tooth. This type of gum inflammation can have several different causes.In this article, we outline the possible causes of a swollen gum around one tooth. We also provide information on treatment and when to see a dentist. Causes Possible causes of swollen gums around…
Nutrition Coach Exposes The Worst Metabolism Myth People Still Believe – D’Marge

Nutrition Coach Exposes The Worst Metabolism Myth People Still Believe – D’Marge

Losing weight is like slogging against a steeply-inclined treadmill with a broken “off” switch. But it doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, shed this metabolism myth and that rabid treadmill might start feeling more like a gentle downhill slope. As Graeme Tomlinson, a nutrition coach who goes by the name of The Fitness…
Medical News Today: What to know about ingrown toenail surgery

Medical News Today: What to know about ingrown toenail surgery

Ingrown toenails are common and usually treatable without surgery. However, in severe cases, people may need a small medical procedure to treat an ingrown toenail.If they notice them at an early stage, people can treat ingrown nails at home. However, in severe cases — especially when the nail has become infected — people may need…
Future – Is soya bad for women’s health? – BBC News

Future – Is soya bad for women’s health? – BBC News

Consumed in many traditional Asian populations for millennia, soya has only been a common part of the Western diet for around 60 years. Now, many of our supermarkets are full of soy milk alternatives, soy burgers and other soya-based meat replacements – not to mention traditional soy-based products like tofu, tempeh, soya milk, miso and…
Eating more gluten early in life is tied to children’s higher risk of celiac disease, a study says – 9Honey

Eating more gluten early in life is tied to children’s higher risk of celiac...

Bad news for lovers of bread, pasta and baked goods: Eating lots of gluten-heavy foods from a young age could eventually lead to gluten intolerance.A...
Medical News Today: Can receding gums grow back? What to know

Medical News Today: Can receding gums grow back? What to know

Healthy gums fit snugly around the visible part, or the "crown," of the teeth. Gum recession occurs when the gums pull away or recede, exposing the roots below.Unlike the crown of the tooth, the roots do not have a protective enamel coating. This makes the exposed roots sensitive and prone to decay. Once the gum…

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