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What You Need To Know About The Fires Burning Around The World Right Now

Alaska, Siberia, the Canary Islands, and the Amazon rainforest are all up in flames. Here's what that means for you.

Emma Loewe
6 hours ago

Is This The Solution To Our Widespread Vitamin D Deficiency Problem?

A new study shows that fortifying wheat bread with vitamin D would help combat 10 million new cases of vitamin D deficiency.

Insomnia? It Could Be Putting Your Heart Health At Risk

A new study, published in Circulation—the journal of the American Heart Association—found a strong genetic link between insomnia and heart disease.

Is This Molecule The Secret To Calming Anxiety & Panic?

New study shows that increasing levels of a molecule called neurotrophin-3 could help combat anxiety and anxiety symptoms.

How Your Blood Sugar Levels Could Be Sabotaging Your Sleep

New study published in Menopause draws the first connection between type 2 diabetes and sleep disturbances.

Is It Time To Change Our Perspective On Stress & Anxiety?

It's time to get more realistic about our stress and anxiety levels, according to a presentation at the annual convention of the American...

Is This The Best Kind Of Nut For Digestion & Gut Health?

A new study, published in the journal Nutrients, showed that walnut supplementation can improve recovery from ulcerative colitis and protect the gut.

Can This Vitamin Deficiency Make Dementia Worse?

A new Scandinavian study connects Parkinson's disease symptoms with low vitamin D levels, including anxiety, depression, and sleep problems.

One In 300 People Have This Alteration In Their Sleep Cycle. Are You One Of Them?

New study published in SLEEP shows that one in 300 have an advanced sleep phase, which is characterized by alterations in melatonin production.

Scientists Just Sequenced The Avocado Genome — Will They Get Cheaper?

Researchers just sequenced the avocado genome, according to a new study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Is This Type Of Bread Actually Good For Your Blood Sugar?

New study explains rye bread's specific health benefits, including its positive effect on heart health and insulin response.

Does The Placenta Have Its Own Microbiome? New Study Finds An Answer

A new study, published in Nature, concludes that the placenta does not have a microbiome, but not all researchers are in agreement.

Eat *This* Part Of An Apple For Better Gut Health

A new study, published in Frontiers in Microbiology, analyzed the bacterial composition of store-bought and homegrown organic apples.