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[Research] NIH researchers find potential target for reducing obesity-related inflammation

Study sheds light on preventing or reversing certain obesity-associated diseases

Scientists at the National Institutes of Health have identified a potential molecular target for reducing obesity-related inflammation. 599 more words

Weight Loss

Sleep Awareness Week Interview with Clifford Saper

Who wouldn’t enjoy an extra hour or two of sleep before climbing out of bed and getting ready for work? A good night’s rest, or lack thereof, not only contributes to the following day’s productivity levels and emotions, but also its long-term effects are linked to cognitive and cardiovascular health. 1,021 more words

Dana Alliance For Brain Initiatives

Larry J. Forney, Ph.D.

Title: Chemical Engineer, Emeritus Professor
Company: Georgia Institute of Technology
Location: Atlanta, GA United States

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The High Hopes and Political Risks of the March for Science

This Earth Day, April 22nd, scientists and science advocates will be marching in support of evidence-based policy making in Washington DC and at over 500 sites across the world.  426 more words

Budget Cuts

Straight, No Chaser: Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

With all the focus of late on other forms of drug use and abuse (e.g., methamphetamine, marijuana, opiates), alcohol abuse seems to be lacking the attention it deserves. 531 more words

Sterling Medical Advice

Public Funding Essential For Advances In Biomedical Research

In the budget President Trump recently submitted to Congress, he asked for a reduction in the 2018 funding of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) of almost 20 percent—or $6 billion. 386 more words

Breaking News

and it only gets worse...

“The State Department said on Monday it was ending U.S. funding for the United Nations Population Fund, the international body’s agency focused on family planning as well as maternal and child health in more than 150 countries.” …

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