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‘They see a cash cow’: Corporations could consume $50 billion of opioid settlements

‘They see a cash cow’: Corporations could consume $50 billion of opioid settlements

New prediction model estimates risk of opioid relapse early in treatment

New prediction model estimates risk of opioid relapse early in treatment

American Heart Association awards cash grants to social entrepreneurs to address health inequities

American Heart Association awards cash grants to social entrepreneurs to address health inequities

A family of weird proteins hijacks plants’ cellular plumbing

A family of weird proteins hijacks plants’ cellular plumbing

Rotating shoulders and extending elbows may have evolved as a natural braking system for primates

Rotating shoulders and extending elbows may have evolved as a natural braking system for primates

In older adults, a little excess weight isn’t such a bad thing

In older adults, a little excess weight isn’t such a bad thing

Researchers demonstrate targeted epigenome editing in the promoter region of several genes using sgRNA/dCas9 complexes

Researchers demonstrate targeted epigenome editing in the promoter region of several genes using sgRNA/dCas9 complexes

From deserts to desserts: cacti components for new functional foods

From deserts to desserts: cacti components for new functional foods

Apple-shaped obesity associated with greater inflammation and mortality in COVID-19 patients

Apple-shaped obesity associated with greater inflammation and mortality in COVID-19 patients

Scented path to healthy eating: study reveals the influence of sweet odors on food preferences

Scented path to healthy eating: study reveals the influence of sweet odors on food preferences

Juicy findings: Chinese consumers embrace fruit peel delights, scientists examine nutritional value and pesticide concerns

Juicy findings: Chinese consumers embrace fruit peel delights, scientists examine nutritional value and pesticide concerns

Study finds a declining trend in use of medications for sleep disturbance among Americans

Study finds a declining trend in use of medications for sleep disturbance among Americans

New systematic review finds low-quality evidence on the effectiveness of hangover remedies

New systematic review finds low-quality evidence on the effectiveness of hangover remedies

KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Compromise is coming — maybe

KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Compromise is coming — maybe

Beige fat cells mediate subcutaneous fat's brain protection from dementia

Beige fat cells mediate subcutaneous fat's brain protection from dementia

What can ancient feces tell us about the evolution of the human gut microbiome?

What can ancient feces tell us about the evolution of the human gut microbiome?

Climate change may have contributed to the COVID-19 pandemic

Climate change may have contributed to the COVID-19 pandemic

New double-balloon catheter receives Canadian patent

New double-balloon catheter receives Canadian patent

Higher HMBGB1 levels associated with obesity, inflammation, and cardiovascular disease in younger black adults

Higher HMBGB1 levels associated with obesity, inflammation, and cardiovascular disease in younger black adults

Research reveals how genetic differences in body fat affect men and women's health risks

Research reveals how genetic differences in body fat affect men and women's health risks