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Dog Coronavirus Found In Humans And Why You Shouldn't Worry

Dog Coronavirus Found In Humans and Why You Shouldn't Worry

Sarah L Caddy, University of Cambridge
What Actually Is Catnip And Is It Safe For My Cat?
What Actually Is Catnip and Is It Safe For My Cat?
by Lauren Finka, Nottingham Trent University
There are many valid theories to explain the global appeal of cats, including our obsession with…
5 Things That Can Interfere with Clear Interspecies Communication
5 Things That Can Interfere with Clear Interspecies Communication
by Nancy Windheart
In my blog posts, free resources, and courses, I talk a lot about the things that we can do to…
Are Pandemic Puppies A Canine Crisis Or A Happy Household?
Are Pandemic Puppies A Canine Crisis Or A Happy Household?
by Beth Daly, University of Windsor
Yep. A dog shortage. Yet, they are everywhere. Parks are full of them. Shelters are empty. Adoption…
Why I Love Wasps -- And Why You Should Too
Why I Love Wasps -- And Why You Should Too
by Seirian Sumner, UCL
Humanity has always had a rocky relationship with wasps. They are one of those insects that we love…

FOOD & NUTRITION

Can I get AstraZeneca now and Pfizer later? Why mixing and matching COVID vaccines could help solve many rollout problems
Can I get AstraZeneca now and Pfizer later? Why mixing and matching COVID…
by Fiona Russell, Senior Principal Research Fellow; paediatrician; infectious diseases epidemiologist, The University of Melbourne
In the face of changing eligibility for the AstraZeneca vaccine, new variants of the coronavirus…
Taxes on sugary beverages are not enough on their own to halt march of…
by Asit K. Biswas, Distinguished Visiting Professor, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore
Facing declining markets in Western countries, multinational food companies are targeting Africa,…
Ecuador's school food is bad for kids — and the environment
by Irene Torres, Research in Education with a focus on Health Promotion, Aarhus University
Each year, malnutrition costs Ecuador the equivalent of 4.3% of its gross domestic product, as the…
Why Organic Meat Is Less Likely To Hold Dangerous Bacteria
Why Organic Meat Is Less Likely To Hold Dangerous Bacteria
by Johns Hopkins University
We sometimes need to use antibiotics to treat sick animals, but taking advantage of opportunities…

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Is Your 'Experience Diet' Making You Sick?
Is Your 'Experience Diet' Making You Sick?
by Jenny Donovan
Just as our food diet affects our physical and emotional health, so…
The Three Stages of Stress: Alarm, Resistance, Exhaustion
The Three Stages of Stress: Alarm, Resistance, Exhaustion
by Marianne Teitelbaum, D.C.
The adrenal glands are responsible for our “fight or flight” response…
Why The Effect On Your Brain To A Low-carb Diet Is Similar To An Illicit Drug
Why The Effect On Your Brain To A Low-carb Diet Is Similar…
by Andrew Brown, UNSW
Some people on very low-carb diets say they feel euphoric, have clear…
Why The Humble Legume Could Be The Answer To Fertiliser Addiction
Why The Humble Legume Could Be The Answer To Fertiliser…
by Michael Williams, Trinity College Dublin et al
Peas, lentils, chickpeas, beans and peanuts: if it comes in a pod…
How Your Metabolism Influences How Many Calories You Burn Each Day
How Your Metabolism Influences How Many Calories You Burn…
by Terezie Tolar-Peterson
It’s a common dieter’s lament: “Ugh, my metabolism is so slow, I’m…
How To Eat To Lower Your Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes
How To Eat To Lower Your Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes
by Nita Forouhi et al
Eating about five servings of fruit and vegetables a day is widely…
Why Is Colorectal Cancer Increasing In Younger Adults?
Why Is Colorectal Cancer Increasing In Younger Adults?
by Franklin G. Berger
The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2019, there will be…
Balancing and Healing Yourself: Getting Started with Jin Shin Jyutsu
Balancing and Healing Yourself: Getting Started with Jin…
by Alexis Brink
Though the Art of Jin Shin bears some similarities to acupuncture,…

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Opioid overdoses spiked during the COVID-19 pandemic

Opioid overdoses spiked during the COVID-19…

Brian King, Professor, Department of Geography, Penn State
A blue-gloved hand holds a urine test cup with a red lid
Urine test detects new or returning bladder cancer
by Gregory Filiano-Stony Brook
A new urine screening test can detect new or recurrent cases of bladder cancer, researchers report.
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Some recurrent miscarriages may have genetic cause
by Evelyne Dufresne-McGill
New research identifies a genetic cause for a patient’s recurrent pregnancy loss, 16 miscarriages…
A woman checks her smartwatch while walking in the park
Smartwatch lights could turn on insulin genes to control diabetes
by Peter Rüegg-ETH Zurich
Researchers have developed a gene switch that the green LED light commercial smartwatches emit can…
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How Animal Parasites Find A Home In Humans
by Katie M. Clow, University of Guelph
There has been a lot of buzz about a video shared by Oregon woman Abby Beckley, who describes…

FITNESS & EXERCISE

15 Minutes of Intense Activity Can Improve Heart Health

15 Minutes of Intense Activity Can Improve Heart Health

Matthew Haines, University of Huddersfield
Going Back To The Gym: How To Avoid Injuries After Lockdown
Going Back To The Gym: How To Avoid Injuries
by Matthew Wright, Mark Richardson and Paul Chesterton, Teesside University
Injuries happen when training load exceeds tissue tolerance – so basically, when you do more than…
6 Steps to Creating A Trauma-Sensitive Home Exercise Practice
6 Steps to Creating A Trauma-Sensitive Home Exercise Practice
by Laura Khoudari
Figuring out how to initiate (or return) to exercise in a way that feels emotionally and physically…
COVID-19: Does Exercising Really Reduce The Risk?
COVID-19: Does Exercising Really Reduce The Risk?
by Jamie Hartmann-Boyce, University of Oxford
A new US study shows that people who are less physically active are more likely to be hospitalised…
Too Much Sitting Is Bad For You — But Some Types Are Better Than Others
Too Much Sitting Is Bad For You — But Some Types Are Better Than Others
by Wuyou Sui, University of Victoria and Harry Prapavessis, Western University
One old behaviour that has persisted, and has arguably been amplified due to COVID-19, is sitting —…

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Study shows AI-generated fake reports fool experts
Study shows AI-generated fake reports fool experts
by Priyanka Ranade, PhD Student in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
A health-care worker performs a COVID swab test on a patient.
Why are some COVID test results false positives, and how…
by Adrian Esterman, Professor of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of South Australia
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I'm fully vaccinated – should I keep wearing a mask for my…
by Nancy S. Jecker, Professor of Bioethics and Humanities, University of Washington
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Parkinson's disease: we don't have a cure yet but…
by Chrystalina Antoniades, Associate Professor of Neuroscience, University of Oxford

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