11/22/2017 / By Zoey Sky

When you first hear the word “bacteria,” your reaction might be one of disgust. The word brings to mind sickness

http://www.research.news/2017-11-22-autoimmune-disease-and-gut-health-new-study-reveals-how-your-microbiome-regulates-inflammation.html

11/20/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Naivete compels us to still clutch on to the notion that doctors still operate under their code of “first, do

http://www.research.news/2017-11-20-research-reveals-the-expensive-tests-given-in-the-emergency-room-useless-patient-is-having-a-heart-attack.html

11/20/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

The brain works at its finest when it is well rested. Therefore, having the right amount of sleep a day,

http://www.research.news/2017-11-20-researchers-discover-sufficient-sleep-brain-performance.html

11/20/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Gulf War Illness (GWI), or Gulf War Syndrome, is the name given to a cluster of chronic symptoms affecting Gulf

http://www.research.news/2017-11-20-wars-keep-on-killing-gulf-war-illness-causes-dna-damage-in-vets-according-to-new-research.html

11/20/2017 / By Zoey Sky

Have you ever wondered what drives people to take certain risks, such as going bungee jumping or risking a financial

http://www.research.news/2017-11-20-whats-your-risk-taking-iq-research-suggests-how-much-risk-were-willing-to-take-is-pre-wired.html

11/19/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Adding to the wealth of evidence that prove the benefits of beast milk, a new study finds that breastfeeding could lower

http://www.research.news/2017-11-19-babies-that-were-exclusively-breastfed-have-less-than-half-the-risk-of-eczema.html

11/19/2017 / By Zoey Sky

It seems like we’re one step closer to finding the elusive fountain of youth. A recent study has discovered a

http://www.research.news/2017-11-19-old-order-amish-found-to-have-a-gene-mutation-that-protects-against-aging.html

11/18/2017 / By JD Heyes

Some researchers are putting forth the notion that cyberbullies who troll certain websites and who use Twitter as an offensive

http://www.research.news/2017-11-18-more-politically-correct-justification-for-bad-behavior-maybe-cyberbullies-are-angry-because-they-have-adhd.html

11/17/2017 / By Russel Davis

Plastic pollution has drastically affected marine life that even animals living in the deepest parts of the sea have been

http://www.research.news/2017-11-17-the-plastic-pollution-problem-is-wide-and-deep-study-finds-sea-animals-from-the-deepest-parts-of-the-ocean-7-miles-down-have-plastic-in-their-stomachs.html

11/17/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Scientists at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland found that extreme inflammation – which can be caused in middle

http://www.research.news/2017-11-17-predicting-alzheimers-major-inflammation-in-your-40s-puts-you-at-high-risk-making-the-case-for-improving-lifestyle-habits.html

11/17/2017 / By Rita Winters

There’s no question about it, smoking is bad for your health (and our environment). More than six trillion cigarettes are

http://www.research.news/2017-11-17-new-life-for-pollution-chemists-are-looking-into-using-cigarette-butts-for-hydrogen-storage.html

11/16/2017 / By Russel Davis

The scientific community has long dismissed chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and Gulf War illness (GWI) as mental health disorders, but a

http://www.research.news/2017-11-16-its-real-new-evidence-proves-chronic-fatigue-syndrome-is-not-psychological-it-alters-brain-chemistry.html

11/16/2017 / By Russel Davis

The health care industry has long established that smoking may exacerbate the risk of developing Crohn’s disease, but the mechanism behind

http://www.research.news/2017-11-16-new-study-finds-smoking-causes-inflammation-in-the-bowel-resulting-in-ailments-such-as-crohns-disease.html

11/15/2017 / By Russel Davis

A study published in the journal Science Signaling has revealed that teaching roundworms to sniff out a certain type of bacterium has

http://www.research.news/2017-11-15-scientists-sniff-out-new-treatment-for-alzheimers-new-research-suggests-brain-cells-can-be-protected-by-stimulating-the-sense-of-smell.html

11/15/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

A series of trials conducted at the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads National Park in the U.K. proved to be successful

http://www.research.news/2017-11-15-toxic-algal-blooms-can-be-easily-eliminated-by-adding-hydrogen-peroxide-to-ocean-water.html

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