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 Father's diet before conception can impact children's metabolic health, study findsFather's diet before conception can impact children's metabolic health, study finds
 
Research reveals that a father's high-fat diet can influence offspring's metabolic health through changes in sperm mitochondrial RNA, potentially leading to glucose intolerance.
 
 
 Does cannabis use cause erectile dysfunction?Does cannabis use cause erectile dysfunction?
 
Study found no causal link between cannabis use and erectile dysfunction or changes in sex hormone levels using Mendelian randomization analysis.
 
   Emerging strains of resistant ringworm pose new public health threats in the U.S.Emerging strains of resistant ringworm pose new public health threats in the U.S.
 
Healthcare providers should watch out for new and highly contagious forms of ringworm or jock itch, which are emerging as a potential public health threat, according to a pair of reports.
 
   Heritage diets have important health benefits and policy implications, review findsHeritage diets have important health benefits and policy implications, review finds
 
A recent review in Advances in Nutrition examines how traditional Latin American, Asian, and African diets impact diet quality and health markers, emphasizing their benefits over processed foods.
 
   New study reveals gut microbiome's critical role in aging and heart diseaseNew study reveals gut microbiome's critical role in aging and heart disease
 
Researchers in China discovered that gut microbiome diversity, influenced by metabolic health and age, significantly impacts cardiovascular disease risk.
 
 America's looming heart crisis: Study forecasts alarming rise in cardiovascular disease and stroke by 2050
 
America's looming heart crisis: Study forecasts alarming rise in cardiovascular disease and stroke by 2050Researchers predict significant increases in cardiovascular disease and stroke in the U.S. by 2050, with rising disparities among racial and ethnic groups.
 
 
 JUN protein could slow prostate cancer growth, study finds
 
JUN protein could slow prostate cancer growth, study findsAs prostate cancer progresses, it becomes increasingly aggressive and can metastasise. In this form, the tumor is difficult to treat, which is reflected in high mortality rates: Worldwide, the malignant disease of the prostate is the second most common cause of cancer death in men.
 
 
 Loneliness slashes healthy years in older adults, study reveals
 
Loneliness slashes healthy years in older adults, study revealsStudy reveals that loneliness significantly reduces healthy life expectancy in older adults, particularly among women, highlighting the need for targeted health interventions to improve well-being and health.
 
 
 Surprising link between a diverse oral microbiome and better cognitive function in aging
 
Surprising link between a diverse oral microbiome and better cognitive function in agingStudy found that higher oral microbiome diversity is linked to better cognitive function and fewer memory issues in older US adults, highlighting the "oral-brain axis."
 
 
 Glowing marker dye gives medics a 'second pair of eyes' during prostate cancer surgery
 
Glowing marker dye gives medics a 'second pair of eyes' during prostate cancer surgeryA glowing marker dye that sticks to prostate cancer cells could help surgeons to remove them in real-time, according to a study funded by Cancer Research UK.
 
 
 Gulf Coast study uncovers the surprising effects of sunshine on mental health
 
Gulf Coast study uncovers the surprising effects of sunshine on mental healthHigher solar radiation levels may reduce psychological distress but not depression among Gulf Coast residents, with effects varying by season, age, and sex.
 
 
 Revolutionizing men's health: The influence of salivary testosterone measurements
 
Revolutionizing men's health: The influence of salivary testosterone measurementsThis article talks about the influence of salivary testosterone measurements on men's health.
 
 
 Sperm counts may not be declining globally, study suggests
 
Sperm counts may not be declining globally, study suggestsThe widely held view that sperm counts in men are dropping around the world may be wrong, according to a new study by University of Manchester, Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada and Cryos International, Denmark.
 
 
 Do taste genes influence how much alcohol we drink and our body fat?
 
Do taste genes influence how much alcohol we drink and our body fat?Study examines how polymorphisms in bitter taste receptor genes relate to alcohol consumption and body fat percentage, revealing significant associations with TAS2R13 but not TAS2R38.
 
 
 Can lifestyles changes reduce Alzheimer’s risk?
 
Can lifestyles changes reduce Alzheimer’s risk?Intensive lifestyle changes significantly improve cognition and function in patients with mild cognitive impairment or early dementia due to Alzheimer’s disease over a 20-week period, showing promising results for non-pharmacological interventions.
 
 
 Fertility warning: SARS-CoV-2 can linger in sperm for months after infection
 
Fertility warning: SARS-CoV-2 can linger in sperm for months after infectionResearchers at the University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil have shown for the first time that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can remain in the sperm of patients for up to 90 days after hospital discharge and up to 110 days after the initial infection, reducing semen quality.
 
 
 Proteomic fitness scores revolutionize disease prediction and personalized exercise plans
 
Proteomic fitness scores revolutionize disease prediction and personalized exercise plansResearch establishes a proteomic CRF score, linking it to improved prediction of mortality and multisystem disease risks, showing dynamic response to exercise training.
 
 
 Fear of stigma and rejection can lead to non-disclosure of STI status
 
Fear of stigma and rejection can lead to non-disclosure of STI statusThe existing literature on sexually transmitted infection (STI) disclosure.