Health & Medicine
How a Whole-Grain Diet Can Help Regulate Your Blood Pressure
A diet rich in whole grains may significantly lower the risk of cardiovascular disease in overweight and obese adults who are younger than age 50, new research from Cleveland Clinic shows. A team of Cleveland Clinic researchers led by John Kirwan, PhD, in collaboration with Nestl Research Center, conducted one of the largest controlled studies of its kind on whole grains.
Apr 15 5:49PM Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic

This Is How To Sleep Better: 5 Secrets From Neuroscience
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Apr 15 1:30PM Barking Up The Wrong Tree

It's the golden age for artificial intelligence, says Bush Center forum speaker D. Scott Phoenix
Among the discussions at the George W. Bush Presidential Center's Forum on Leadership will be what to do and how to think about artificial intelligence.
Apr 15 1:19PM You Brand, Inc.

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Apr 15 12:11PM Dallas News

A New Way to Classify Alzheimer's Disease
Recent studies have identified biomarkers which can help predict the risk, as well as recognize the existence, of Alzheimer's disease. Now, researchers involved with the National Institute on Aging (NIA) and the Alzheimer's Association (AA) have proposed a new biomarker-based definition of Alzheimer's disease.
Apr 15 10:36AM World of Psychology

Obesity, winning arguments, kindness, and more
The 1918 influenza pandemic affected the whole world. Could it happen again? This virus killed more people in 24 weeks than HIV killed in 24 years.
Apr 15 7:05AM FSM

Deep Learning Allows for Cell Analysis Without Labeling
This approach has the potential to revolutionize biomedical research, Margaret Sutherland, program director at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, which partially funded the work, says in a statement. The researchers, who published their work in Cell today (April 12), designed their a neural network, a program modeled after the brain, using an approach called deep learning, which uses data to recognize patterns, form rules, and apply those rules to new information.
Apr 15 4:30AM The Scientist

Plant-based supplements that can help balance your emotions
(Natural News) The conventional treatment for mental disorders uses various synthetic medications to suppress the faulty processes. These drugs have numerous negative side effects, so an article by American Herbalists Guild recommends plant-based supplements that can assist emotional balance.
Apr 15 4:19AM

Genes found for deadly heart condition
Scientists say they have identified genes that cause a deadly heart condition that can only be cured by transplants of the heart or lungs. Pulmonary arterial hypertension kills 50% of those affected within five years, but little was known about what caused the condition in some people.
Apr 15 1:48AM BBC News

3-Quinuclidinyl benzilate - an overview
3-Quinuclidinyl benzilate (BZ) is a centrally acting drug with an anticholinergic action similar to atropine. From: Clinical Neurotoxicology, 2009 Tina Wismer, in Handbook of Toxicology of Chemical Warfare Agents (Second Edition), 2015 3-quinuclidinyl benzilate (BZ) is a centrally acting synthetic anticholinergic agent.
Apr 15 1:26AM ScienceDirect Topics

Hypercalcemia in a bodybuilder with cosmetic silicone injections.
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Apr 14 11:26PM NCBI

In the hope of a cure: can stem cells treat autism?
A key trial, based in the U.S.
Apr 14 7:47PM

47 Black Owned Coffee and Tea Businesses That are Great Alternatives to Starbucks
Recently, a Philadelphia Starbucks employee called the police on two Black patrons. Their crime? Waiting for a friend.

Passion for fashion helps fund camp for kids with diabetes
Subscribe TodayLog InSubscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access.Every year for more than a decade, Marcie Robertson has worked to blend spring and summer fashion collections, a Honda car raffle and fundraising to help kids with diabetes attend a camp to learn there is nothing they can't do.
Apr 14 5:09PM The Clarion Ledger

This Week's Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through April 14)
AI Learns a New Trick: Measuring Brain Cells Robbie Gonzalez | Wired For three months, I spent three or four hours a day, five or six days a week, in a small room, peering through a microscope and snapping photos of the brain cells. This kind of work, which is common in neuroscience research, requires time and a borderline pathological attention to detail.
Apr 14 3:12PM Singularity Hub

The Most Severe Personality Disorder Causes Huge Mood Swings
The disorder affects between 1 and 6% of the population. People with Borderline Personality Disorder experience very stormy emotions, commit self-destructive acts and are sometimes aggressive.
Apr 14 3:01PM PsyBlog

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Apr 14 2:59PM Vaccine Impact

Neuroscience: Sitting at Your Desk All Day May Raise Your Risk of Alzheimer's and Dementia
We all know that sitting in a chair in our office all day -- staring at a computer screen -- is not conducive to our good health. In fact, scientists have already found that sitting for long periods of time can cause all sorts of problems, including heart disease, diabetes, increased blood pressure, obesity, abnormal cholesterol levels, and more.
Apr 14 10:12AM

How to treat an allergic reaction: Treatment and home remedies
Table of contents What is it? Treatment Natural remedies Anaphylaxis Allergy symptoms Outlook According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), more than 50 million Americans experience an allergic reaction each year, and the best treatment will depend on the cause and severity of the reaction. In this article, we take a close look at a range of treatments for allergic reactions, depending on a person's symptoms and their severity, including anaphylaxis.
Apr 14 7:10AM Medical News Today

Your Brain's Music Circuit Has Been Discovered
Before Josh McDermott was a neuroscientist, he was a club DJ in Boston and Minneapolis. He saw first-hand how music could unite people in sound, rhythm, and emotion.
Apr 14 6:16AM Nautilus