416 Articles by Gretchen Lidicker, M.S.
Gretchen Lidicker, M.S.
A new study suggests the gut microbiome has a role in mechanisms related to muscle strength.
New study shows that physical activity level—whether it be endurance running or sitting too much—can change the shape of your heart.
New study shows that positive childhood experiences, like having regular meals or good neighbors, have the potential to negate harmful health effects...
A new study, published in Aging, showed that regular tea drinkers have better-organized brain regions compared to non-tea drinkers.
It's a common mistake to use less than the recommended amount of Epsom salt in your bath, which means you're not getting the full benefits of...
New study shows that three hours of social media a day is linked with the highest levels of internalizing behaviors.
A new study, published in Heart, shows that occasional napping is associated with a decreased risk of heart disease.
A new study published in Nature Medicine explains why weight loss becomes harder as you age.
New study shows wildfires produce particles, called tarballs, that contribute to climate change.
New study shows that liposomes, or "tiny fat bubbles," could help reset the immune system to prevent and treat autoimmune disease.
New study shows how a high-sugar diet depletes metabolites that support brain health.
New study shows that DNA changes during lifetime increase biological age and risk of age-related disease.
A new study shows that a toxin found in the Australian black rock scorpion plays an important role in the chronic pain and inflammatory response.
A new study shows which type of UV radiation is the worst for your skin—and how sun damages it in the first place.
A new study shows that fortifying wheat bread with vitamin D would help combat 10 million new cases of vitamin D deficiency.
A new study, published in Circulation—the journal of the American Heart Association—found a strong genetic link between insomnia and heart disease.
New study shows that increasing levels of a molecule called neurotrophin-3 could help combat anxiety and anxiety symptoms.