Researchers Investigate how we Experience Bitter Tastes

Researchers Investigate how we Experience Bitter Tastes

A new study has revealed the precise protein structure of the TAS2R14, a bitter taste receptor that allows us to sense bitter tastes. In addition…
Finding a New Defender for the Liver – the Function of Resident Macrophages

Finding a New Defender for the Liver – the Function of Resident Macrophages

Researchers at Osaka University discovered that liver resident macrophages play an important role in protecting against gut bacteria and associated chemicals entering the portal vein,…
Global Study reveals the Health effects of Airborne Trace Components

Global Study reveals the Health effects of Airborne Trace Components

Researchers studied global particle pollution and discovered health concerns from trace elements. As anyone with seasonal allergies knows, invisible airborne particles may seriously disrupt a…
Both Cheap and Pricey Treatments prevented Migraines

Both Cheap and Pricey Treatments prevented Migraines

A new study offers insight into what works best to prevent migraine attacks and unexpectedly, cheaper medications performed just as well as more expensive ones.…
Common Headaches caused by Inflammation of the Neck

Common Headaches caused by Inflammation of the Neck

According to a study presented today at the Radiological Society of North America’s annual meeting, researchers have found objective proof of how the neck muscles…
Wildfires Connected to a Surge in Mental Health-related Emergency Department Visits

Wildfires Connected to a Surge in Mental Health-related Emergency Department Visits

According to an Emory University study published in Nature Mental Health, wildfires cause an increase in anxiety-related emergency department visits in the western United States,…
A Blood Pressure Medication could Help Avoid Post-traumatic Headaches

A Blood Pressure Medication could Help Avoid Post-traumatic Headaches

Post-traumatic headaches are a common complication of traumatic brain injury (TBI), affecting up to 60% of those who sustain such injuries. A study performed by…
Women may get a more Severe Cluster Headache

Women may get a more Severe Cluster Headache

While cluster headaches are more common in men than in women, a recent study reveals that the illness may be more severe in women. The…
Are Cluster Headache Sufferers more Prone to have other Medical Conditions?

Are Cluster Headache Sufferers more Prone to have other Medical Conditions?

Cluster headache sufferers may be more than three times more likely to have other medical conditions such as heart disease, mental disorders, and other neurologic…
Hearing Soothing Words in your Sleep Decreases your Heart Rate

Hearing Soothing Words in your Sleep Decreases your Heart Rate

Researchers studied whether the body genuinely disconnects from the outside world during sleep. To do so, they studied how our heartbeats vary when we hear…
Childhood Hunger is Connected to Subsequent Eating Problem Symptoms

Childhood Hunger is Connected to Subsequent Eating Problem Symptoms

The study examined survey data from 3,670 young people in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands to see if early childhood appetite features can predict…
Using Silkworm Cocoons and Mussels to Prevent Organ Hemorrhage

Using Silkworm Cocoons and Mussels to Prevent Organ Hemorrhage

In recent news, there was a situation where a patient had agony as a result of a surgical operation requiring sutures, resulting in the unintentional…
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