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Consequence-based cognitive training may be more effective, studies suggest

Consequence-based cognitive training may be more effective, studies suggest

Over one in four adults worldwide is inactive finds study

Over one in four adults worldwide is inactive finds study

Study opens new avenues for engineering smells and tastes

Study opens new avenues for engineering smells and tastes

NRGene partners with Pure Cannabis Research AG to develop novel cannabis varieties

NRGene partners with Pure Cannabis Research AG to develop novel cannabis varieties

Children have better nutrition when they live near forests, global study shows

Children have better nutrition when they live near forests, global study shows

New breeding technologies could enhance shape, size, color, and health benefits of produce

New breeding technologies could enhance shape, size, color, and health benefits of produce

Health impact of highly processed summertime staples

Health impact of highly processed summertime staples

Unique FoodSwitch app suggests healthier alternatives

Unique FoodSwitch app suggests healthier alternatives

Zucchini, brown rice, turkey soup - Medicaid plan offers food as medicine

Zucchini, brown rice, turkey soup - Medicaid plan offers food as medicine

Study hints at benefits of lifestyle interventions in reducing dementia risk

Study hints at benefits of lifestyle interventions in reducing dementia risk

Exercise can help overcome genetic effects of obesity in older age

Exercise can help overcome genetic effects of obesity in older age

Sweet potato-fortified bread may help fight vitamin A deficiency in Africa

Sweet potato-fortified bread may help fight vitamin A deficiency in Africa

Vitamin B6 could help people to recall their dreams

Vitamin B6 could help people to recall their dreams

Women survive better than men during hard times, research shows

Women survive better than men during hard times, research shows

Nutrition labeling has little impact on sodium consumption

Nutrition labeling has little impact on sodium consumption

Flies may be more potent pathogen carriers than previously thought

Flies may be more potent pathogen carriers than previously thought

Study: People less likely to have high-quality diet when healthier food is pricier than unhealthy items

Study: People less likely to have high-quality diet when healthier food is pricier than unhealthy items

UB researcher explores link between signals in the brain's reward system and overeating, drug addiction

UB researcher explores link between signals in the brain's reward system and overeating, drug addiction

Experimental ‘golden’ potato could hold power to prevent disease in developing nations

Experimental ‘golden’ potato could hold power to prevent disease in developing nations

Exposure to BPA during pregnancy may lead to long-lasting health problems in offspring

Exposure to BPA during pregnancy may lead to long-lasting health problems in offspring