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Could CBD help you drink less alcohol?

We’re drinking more alcohol than ever, despite social restrictions. But the new soberista crowd are now looking to CBD to take the edge off their nerves with no hangovers In a surprise to precisely no one, Brits are drinking more in lock down. Pubs and bars may be closed across the country, but that hasn’t… Read More »

Natural light, fresh air could keep coronavirus out of workplaces, scientists suggest

With millions of people adjusting to work-from-home orders and practicing social distancing, scientists are examining what simple changes could be made to home and office environments in order to reduce the spread of coronavirus. Researchers from UC-Davis and the University of Oregon published their report in the journal mSystems and came up with some recommendations… Read More »

High blood pressure symptoms: The sign in your hair suggesting you could have hypertension

Prevention is always better than cure, the old adage goes. To help minimise your risk of developing high blood pressure, certain lifestyle factors are encouraged. The NHS suggest to limit the amount of salt in your food. You can do this by not seasoning your food with salt. Make no mistake, the NHS confirms: “Salt… Read More »

Fauci says ‘it’s possible’ hundreds of thousands or millions of US citizens could die from coronavirus

America’s top infectious disease expert said “it’s possible” that thousands or even millions of U.S. citizens could die during the coronavirus outbreak. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, appeared on CNN’s State of the Union on Sunday and was asked if estimates that millions of people dying from illnesses… Read More »

Why a single molecule called CD166 could unlock new cancer therapies

More than $ 3 million from the National Institutes of Health will allow Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center researchers to improve understanding of the complex system of how hematopoietic stem cells (HSC) survive and sustain their function in the bone marrow. Edward F. Srour, Ph.D., the Robert J. and Annie S. Rohn… Read More »