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Vegetarians' Weak Bones
Vegans and vegetarians get less protein than meat-eaters, making them more prone to fractures. There are ways to keep bones strong.
Heart Health Starts at Bedtime
Healthy sleep patterns protect against heart failure, reducing the risk by 40%. Sleeping well is not rocket science -- you can fix this.
Rapid COVID Tests Foil Transmission
People who show no symptoms can spread SARS-CoV-2, a huge blind spot. Fast and repeated testing is the way to find the virus where it hides.
Eat the Clock
Time-restricted eating is a popular diet trend right now. But does when you eat really make a difference?
An Established Vaccine Shows COVID Potential
A common tuberculosis vaccine is one possible and somewhat unexpected tool in the fight to control COVID-19.
Cataloging the Medicinal Power of Plants
Chemicals in plants that can break down bacteria in new ways may be the answer to antibiotic resistance. A major review should help.
How to Talk to Kids about Race
Parents can be reluctant to talk about race. They may not feel qualified. They may think their child is too young. Both ideas are mistaken.
Celebrate the Holidays at Home
With COVID-19 infections soaring, the CDC is asking us all to stay home. Here are ways to make the holiday festive and safe.
New Covid Strain Associated with Mink in Denmark
The SARS-CoV-2 mutation seen in Danish mink seems to have emanated from humans, but transmission now goes both ways.
Vitamin D Builds Smarter Babies
Babies born to women who are deficient in vitamin D tend to have lower IQs. Here's why moms of color appear to be especially vulnerable.
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