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19 Jan

Low-Carb Diets Linked to Greater Diabetes Remission

Strict low-carb diets push type 2 diabetes into remission more than low-fat diets

18 Jan

In Lockdowns, Childcare Still Falls to Women

And when the mom does it all, the outcomes are bad for couples

15 Jan

One Drink Daily May Raise Your Risk for Atrial Fibrillation

Common heart arrhythmia linked to alcohol consumption in new, long-term study

Fewer U.S. Cancer Patients Are Dying From Suicide, Study Finds

Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter January 19, 2021

Fewer U.S. Cancer Patients Are Dying From Suicide, Study Finds

TUESDAY, Jan. 19, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- New research reveals an encouraging trend: Despite the rate of suicide rising overall for Americans, U.S. cancer patients are actually less likely now to take their own life than in the past.

Researchers at the American Cancer Society (ACS) tracked national data on causes of dea... Full Page

Promising Steps Toward Retinal Cell Transplants to Fight Blindness

Robert Preidt January 19, 2021

Promising Steps Toward Retinal Cell Transplants to Fight Blindness

A promising step toward using retinal cell transplants to treat blindness is reported in a new study.

Adult retinal stem cells from deceased human donors survived when they were transplanted into the eyes of non-human primates, according to the researchers.

The cells were taken from the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE). It is a layer... Full Page

Strict Low-Carb Diets Could Push Type 2 Diabetes Into Remission, But Effect Fades

Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter January 19, 2021

Strict Low-Carb Diets Could Push Type 2 Diabetes Into Remission, But Effect Fades

TUESDAY, Jan. 19, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Tough limits on carbohydrates in your meals can help get type 2 diabetes under control -- but the benefits typically wane over time, a new research review shows.

The analysis of 23 small trials found that low-carb diets worked better than other eating plans in helping people los... Full Page

Fried Food a Big Factor in Heart Disease, Stroke

Steven Reinberg January 19, 2021

Fried Food a Big Factor in Heart Disease, Stroke

Delicious but deadly: Eating fried food is tied to an increased risk of heart disease and stroke, a new study suggests.

The risk rises with each additional 4-ounce serving per week, a research team in China found.

For the study, the investigators analyzed 19 previously published studies. They combined data from 17 studies, involvin... Full Page

The Family Cat Could Be Good Medicine for Kids With Autism

Denise Mann HealthDay Reporter January 19, 2021

The Family Cat Could Be Good Medicine for Kids With Autism

Cats have a long history of boosting people's moods and brightening their days. And that's probably true for kids on the autism spectrum as well, new research shows.

The small study suggests that adopting a shelter cat may help reduce separation anxiety and improve empathy in kids with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

"Ca... Full Page

A Promising New Therapy Against OCD?

Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter January 19, 2021

A Promising New Therapy Against OCD?


Noninvasive electrical stimulation of the brain, fine-tuned to specific "circuitry" gone awry, might help ease obsessive-compulsive behaviors, an early study hints.

Researchers found that the brain stimulation, delivered over five days, reduced obsessive-compulsive tendencies for three months, though in peopl... Full Page

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