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1 month agoChloe Wilde tackles taboos with Healthy Is Hot -- The Healthy Is Hot star talks mental health, periods ... even poop
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4 days agoEpilepsy treatment side effect: New insights about the brain -- When surgery is necessary in epileptic patients, research scientists can ask to piggyback on the procedures for a rare chance to study the brain directly.
8 days agoA researcher at U of G is mapping toddlers movements to find out how they spread germs -- Researcher at University of Guelph is mapping movements of toddlers to determine where germs build up with the goal of minimizing the hot spots.
11 days agoTurns out your music playlist really does affect your workout -- High-tempo music can reduce the amount of perceived effort of a workout and help boost cardiovascular benefits more than slower tempos, a new study says.
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18 days agoHow Canadian researchers are using data to track the spread of the coronavirus -- The coronavirus comes from the same family that caused the 2003 SARS outbreak which killed at least 774 people worldwide, including 44 people in Canada.
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1 month agoMiscarriage and the myth of control -- A reproductive historian offers context to misunderstood and painful event for today's parents
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1 month agoZinc and folic acid supplements did not boost men's fertility, says new U.S. government study -- A rigorous U.S. government-led study found that zinc and folic acid supplements don't boost men's fertility, despite promotional claims that they do.
1 month agoI did a cleanse promoted by GOOP (so you don't have to) -- Cleanse appears to be a mash-up of Ayurvedic medicine, but felt like a starvation diet
1 month agoBlack teens who experience daily racial discrimination show depressive symptoms, study finds -- For years, scientists have connected health disparities in the United States to racism and discrimination. African Americans are more likely than white people to die from diabetes and suffer from hypertension and heart disease.
1 month agoWhy I'm going on an Instagram diet for 2020 -- For many, 2020 brings a lot of pressure for a "New Year, new me." But there's the dark side of that pressure in the age of Instagram influencers and beauty goals.
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