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Child-Free by Choice
Not everyone wants kids. Despite the stigma sometimes attached to those who choose not to have children, they're doing fine.
Laughing Gas to Lift Depression
Nitrous oxide, the anesthetic you may have been given at the dentist, shows promise as a way of relieving treatment-resistant depression.
Bot or Not
Between 10 and 20% of the posts on Twitter and Facebook are from automated sources. Bots' ability to spread misinformation is unprecedented.
Online Grocery Shopping Brings Healthier Choices
More of us are buying food online since the pandemic hit. It seems to be helping us cut back on purchases of some high calorie foods..
Catching Gestational Diabetes Early
Placental hormone levels may help physicians catch gestational diabetes and other pregnancy complications in the first trimester.
Predicting School Safety Ahead of Re-Opening
Pretty much everyone is eager for schools to reopen. A new model offers a way to predict how well various safeguards work to keep them safe.
When babies are offered soft drinks and other high calorie snacks, is childhood obesity any surprise? Here's how parents can help.
Late Nights and Depression
Night owls' body rhythms make them vulnerable to depression. Getting to sleep just a little earlier appears to reduce that risk by a lot.
Strawberries’ Lo-Cal Health Statement
Two cups of strawberries, 130 calories, can lower blood sugar, reduce blood pressure, and provide antioxidant protection against cancer.
Disrupted Sleep Offers a Clue to Parkinson's
Poor circulation in the brain is the cause of a certain sleep disorder. It also may predict who goes on to develop Parkinson’s disease.
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