Mint as a natural remedy for digestive problems and sugar marketing to kids and the latest research on chocolate for heart disease.
A lot of us have been sitting too much, and it's hard on us mentally as well as physically. Research shows breaking up that couch or desk time with short stints of movement can help lift your mood.
The Full Circle Everest team will be scaling Everest next year in an attempt to make history. But it's not just about the climb. They also want to inspire Black people to explore the outdoors.
Opening the lines of communication between research scientists and the wider community
Pre-workout powders should be diluted in water, but some gym-goers are eating it neat. Doctors alerted to dangerous dry scooping workout trend The post Doctors alerted to dangerous dry scooping worko
Asexual species do not have genetic variability like humans, and most animals, do. Despite that, they can still adapt to environmental changes using modifications to their DNA known as epigenetic cha
If you're trying to rev up your pandemic fitness routine, maybe it's time to mix things up with some free weights — or soup cans — and get your muscles pumping.
Despite not having been able to talk for 15 years, a paralyzed man can now communicate using electrodes implanted in his brain. The post Scientists Detect Brain Signals to Help a Paralyzed Man Speak
by Lauren Granatafigures by Xiaomeng Han As Covid-19-related deaths overwhelmed the country in 2020, drug overdose deaths furtively took their own toll. The opioid epidemic is still surging, but a ne
Exercise is important, but balancing exercise with mental health and your own body confidence can be a tricky thing to pull off. These tips can help you along your fitness journey.
Scientists have discovered another piece in the puzzle of how tabby cats get their stripes. The post What Makes a Cat a Tabby? appeared first on Science in the News.
What makes CBD one of the hot new kids on the #wellness block? Research suggests that it can ease anxiety, kick inflammation to the curb, and even relieve pain. Convenience is also a factor for this
New data shows the pandemic exacerbated an already fast-growing problem, tipping more Americans' weight over the scales into unhealthy territory.
Between 300 to 400 frontline workers are set to wear panic buttons amidst the increase of assaults made against employees. Learn more. Frontline Workers to Wear Panic Buttons Amidst Spike in Assaults
Researchers have grown a miniature brain that also develops eye-like structures. The post Development in a Dish: Scientists Grow a Combined Brain and Eye Organoid appeared first on Science in the New
The star of this Vegan Caesar Salad is the oyster mushrooms that we sear using a special pressing method that makes it umami-rich and crunchy on the outside while juicy and flavor-packed inside. Vega
Animals frightened by a close call with a predator eat less and produce fewer offspring in the future. The post Frightening Interactions with Predators Have Long-Term Impacts on Animal Brain and Beha
It's clear the next couple of seasons won't be the "life as usual" we all hoped for. Rituals, deep breathing and reaching out to friends are just a few ways to manage anxiety when the days grow dark.
Alaska is experiencing fast and expansive consequences of climate change, resulting in an increase in greenness in Arctic areas. The post Climate Change Drives Arctic Greening appeared first on Scien
The deep, caramelized flavors of roasted tomatoes and onions alongside the smokiness of the chipotles equals an incredibly good salsa. Continue reading Roasted Tomato Salsa on 101 Cookbooks Roasted T
Manasvi Verma is a 2nd year PhD student in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program at Harvard Medical School studying host-microbiome interactions in the human gut. Corena Loeb is a first-yea
by Manasvi Verma In all my travels I’ve never been attacked by a wild animal, lost my way or caught a disease… I don’t think there’s any place in the world where a woman can’t venture. –
Nanomachines are plagued by their short lifespans and the looming chaos in the environment. This group at TUM used a new tubular design made from DNA to keep the machine together, but the chaos out.
Many parents have seen their kids' weight go up after months of disrupted schedules and excess screen time. Here's how to respond, without causing new problems, like body image issues.
U.S. Olympic heptathlete Annie Kunz says tracking her monthly cycles and learning she needs to eat more and get more naps when she's fatigued has already improved her athletic performance.
Sweat is an "evolutionary marvel," says Sarah Everts, the author of The Joy of Sweat. In her new book, Everts delves into the science of perspiration and how this trait has enabled humans to thrive.
The PubMed Clinical Queries interface has been updated following a usability study to support user-friendly, efficient searching on clinical and disease-related topics. Clinical Queries currently
When classrooms reopen for the fall term, all of the state's 6.2 million public school students will have the option to eat school meals for free, regardless of their family's income.
Recent PubMed updates include emailing up to 1,000 citations, saving your most recently used Cite format as a preference, and convenient access to the Save/Email/Send to buttons.
The link to holdings in LocatorPlus from the NLM Catalog, including both the “NLM Holdings in LocatorPlus” button at the top right of the page and the linked NLM ID at the bottom of the record,
On June 8, 2021, NLM staff will begin using Alma for core library operations including acquisitions, cataloging, collection management, and circulation. On May 14, the Voyager system will be fro
NLM announces selected queries will no longer be updated.
The Single Citation Matcher and Batch Citation Matcher have been updated to the new PubMed cloud environment.
PubMed MEDLINE indexed citations and the MeSH database have been updated with 2021 MeSH vocabulary.
The legacy PubMed site was retired as of November 2020 and is no longer available to use.
The PubMed Clinical Queries page will soon be updated with design and content changes. The new page design aligns with the new PubMed and includes a new category for COVID-19 searches.
As previously announced via the banner on the legacy site, the legacy PubMed site will be retired after October 31, 2020. Since the new PubMed replaced the legacy site in May, NLM has continued t
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