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Editors Save Lives

Health advocates are praising the social network Pinterest for taking an ethical stand on vaccine misinformation — and backing it up with editorial practices.

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Cool It With The Ice

A post-workout ice bath is a good way to show you’re serious about fitness, but it may not be a good way to grow muscle. A paper in the Journal of Applied Physiology compared muscle biopsies…

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Sleep Therapies

Genetic studies of “short sleepers” may lead to sleep therapies for the sleep-deprived, The New York Times reported. Short sleepers are those who…

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Battling Colds

A cure for the common cold may finally be in sight. There are so many strains of virus that lead to colds that researchers have long despaired of finding a way to attack them all.

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So Do Plants

Speaking of longevity, another way to achieve it could be to boost the proportion of your protein intake that comes from plants…

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Optimism Prolongs Life

Optimism isn’t just good, it’s good for you, scientists have found. Researchers in Boston were able to identify how optimistic patients were

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Late Breaking Egg News

Remember when eggs were good for you, then they were bad, then they were good again, or at least not homicidal? Well, they’re bad again…

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Ultra-Processed Foods

A new study from the National Institutes of Health shows that the rise of ultra-processed foods and the rise in obesity over the last several decades isn’t a coincidence.

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Burnout Syndrome?

It’s official: Burnout is a syndrome. The World Health Organization recently upgraded it (or is that a downgrade?) in the International…

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