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Americans a Lot More Anxious Than They Were a Year Ago, Says New Survey

If you’re feeling anxious, you’re not alone. According to a new survey from the American Psychiatric Association (APA), nearly 40…

Keto Film “The Magic Pill” Slammed For “Harmful” Ideas. Separate Fact From Fiction

Can a high-fat, low-carb diet prevent and even cure illnesses like cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and autism? “The Magic Pill”— an…

Cancer-linked Weedkiller Glyphosate Found in Common Foods, Says New Report

The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) reportedly found traces of glyphosate, the active ingredient commonly used in herbicide products like Roundup,…

Bright Lights Before Bed Disrupt Sleep in Children, Says New Study

A lot of parents rely on the iPad to help their child decompress before bed. But you might want to…

Could A Fecal Transplant Cure Depression? How Gut Bacteria Impacts Your Mood

A recent health feature by the BBC explores the connection between gut bacteria and depression — and whether getting a…

Why Sushi Could Make You Fat — And What to Do About It

Sushi might seem like a nutritious option. After all, how can you go wrong with rice, seaweed, fish, and vegetables?…

Teens That Cook Eat More Nutritiously as Adults, Says Study

Fewer people are cooking at home than in previous generations, turning instead to convenience options like fast food. But getting…

Night Owl Behavior Leads to Higher Risk of Dying Sooner, Says Study

Do early birds really have an edge on night owls? A new study from Northwestern Medicine and the University of…