2008 Articles in Health
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It's not just a mother's health that can get transmitted to the child.
New study explains "itchy gut" symptoms are caused by the same receptors that cause itchy skin.
We might not even need to see blue light to experience its harmful effects.
Can you run your way to a better gut?
New study published in Nature Communications explains why food tastes better when you're hungry.
Hint: the internet.
Are they too good to be true?
New study published in the Journal of Affective Disorders showed that contrast avoidance may be the explanation for relaxation-induced anxiety.
These tests act as a baseline for your inflammation levels.
You might have more power in the process than you thought.
Take that, winter blues.
A new study, published in Nature Communications, introduces a tool that can measure changes in the microbiome—on a cellular level—over time.
Your stress can affect your baby's brain, a new study shows.
The next time you find yourself on a stroll, it may be worth it to monitor your speed.
The future of gut immunity sure looks hopeful.
If you're doing any of these daily habits, your eyes want you to stop.
Nose goes...toward the unhealthy treats when we're tired, it turns out.
Here's what researchers, psychiatrists, and healers say.