Study: Healthy Diet in Early Pregnancy Reduces Risk of Gestational DiabetesJanuary 5th 2022
The mother-child study was conducted at the university and Turku University Hospital and examined the correlation between dietary intake and the onset of gestational diabetes in 351 women who were overweight or obese.
Study Shows Chemicals from Hair, Beauty Products Impact Hormones, Especially in Pregnant WomenDecember 15th 2021
Most personal care and beauty products contain several ingredients that often include a wide range of endocrine-disrupting chemicals, such as phthalates, parabens, phenols, and toxic metals.
New Research Finds Most People Applying Concept of Mindfulness IncorrectlyNovember 17th 2021
The research team found that many people confuse the practice of passive acceptance of problems in their use of mindfulness concepts, which is a misconception the study authors said ignores the important work of engaging with them.
Study Finds Good Night’s Sleep Can Ease Infant Obesity RisksNovember 10th 2021
Infant height, weight, and body mass index were measured to collect growth measurements, and infants were classified as overweight if they were in or above the 95th percentile on the World Health Organization’s growth charts.
Lyme Disease Continues to Be Top-Of-Mind for Clinicians Based on Past Summer DataOctober 13th 2021
The increase in Americans traveling again this year and predictions of a warmer, wetter weather pattern could have also played a major factor in the uptick of Lyme disease this past summer, according to Albert.
Study: Ketone Supplement May Be Therapeutic for Boosting Brain Function in ObesityOctober 7th 2021
The researchers also demonstrated that ketone supplements may be a novel therapy for protecting and improving brain health in people with obesity who are at risk of developing neurocognitive impairment.
Study: Hospital-acquired COVID-19 Picked Up Through Other Patients Rather Than Health Care WorkersSeptember 8th 2021
The team used new statistical methods that combine viral genome sequence data with clinical information about the locations of individuals to help look at where the data were consistent with transmission occurring between individuals in the hospital.
Study Finds Mild to Moderate Adverse Effects From Pfizer Vaccine in Youth at High Risk of COVID-19 ComplicationsAugust 30th 2021
Although healthy children with COVID-19 infection generally have a mild illness, some coexisting conditions, such as neurological conditions, are associated with severe disease.
Reducing Daily Calories by 200, Exercise Associated With Heart Health Improvements in Obese Older AdultsAugust 24th 2021
Additionally, among this population, combining aerobic exercise with a moderate reduction in daily calories resulted in greater improvements in aortic stiffness versus exercise only or exercise plus a more restrictive diet.
Study Finds Certain Blood Pressure-Lowering Meds Linked to Less Memory Decline in Older AdultsJune 30th 2021
ACE inhibitors, angiotensin 2 receptor blockers, calcium channel blockers, and diuretics, and each reduce blood pressure while crossing the blood-brain barrier and impacting cognitive function.