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( Plant Protein Linked to Sharply Lower Cancer Rates—How to Eat More of It
Jan 18th 2024, 08:50

Source: ( Google NewsPlant proteins have been labelled "unsung heroes" in the world of nutrition—and now there's even more science to back this up. A large-scale study from Tufts has found that women who eat higher amounts of plant protein have a far lower risk of cancer and heart disease later in life. Based on data from 48,000 women between 1984 and 2016, the study also discovered that those who ate more plant protein were nearly 50% more likely to have a...


( Florida Education Board Votes to End Diversity Efforts at State Colleges
Jan 18th 2024, 08:30

Source: ( Google News - HealthFlorida Education Commissioner Manny Diaz Jr. told the State Board of Education Wednesday that "Students should be focused on learning the truth about our country instead of being radicalized by woke ideology in our college classrooms." Shortly after, the board unanimously approved two rules governing Florida's 28 state colleges. One bans spending on diversity efforts, and the other removes sociology as an option to fulfill core requirements.


( Multivitamins Improve Memory and Slow Cognitive Aging, Study Finds
Jan 18th 2024, 08:29

Source: ( Science Daily - Top HealthCan a daily multivitamin improve memory and slow cognitive aging? A new report—based on data from 573 older adults and a meta-analysis using more than 5,000 non-overlapping participants across multiple studies—suggests the answer is yes. The results, published today in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, showed a statistically significant benefits of a multivitamin versus placebo for both memory and global cognition.


( Therapy Just As Effective As Anti-Depressants for Heart Patients
Jan 18th 2024, 08:29

Source: ( Science Daily - Top HealthRoughly 50% of heart failure patients experience symptoms of depression along with their condition. Now, research suggests these patients can treat depression just as effectively with 'behavioral activation therapy" (an evidence-based treatment that heightens engagement in activities a patient finds enjoyable) as with anti-depressants. The study, published in JAMA Network Open, followed more than 400 patients over the course of a year.


( U.S. Approves First AI Medical Device to Detect Skin Cancer
Jan 18th 2024, 07:02

Source: ( United Press International - Health NewsThe first medical device powered by artificial intelligence and designed to help doctors catch skin cancer has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Although not meant to be used as a primary screening tool, the technology further evaluates skin lesions that doctors have already flagged as suspicious. The handheld device uses AI-powered spectroscopy to assess lesions at both the cellular level and beneath the skin's surface.


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