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HEALTH

Kangaroo Dads

Fathers can establish a closer bond with their infant child through skin-to-skin contact or Kangaroo care, reports researchers from Australia and the United Kingdom.

Visionary Insight Into Dementia

Sight impairment could increase one’s risk of developing dementia, finds a research team from China and the United States.

Measuring Blood Alcohol Levels Through The Ears

A new device that fits over a person's ears can measure real-time changes in blood alcohol levels through the skin.

An Afternoon Nap A Day May Keep Dementia At Bay

Afternoon napping is linked to better mental agility, locational awareness, verbal fluency and working memory, according to researchers from China.

Why Children May Experience Mild COVID-19

Compared to adults, children with COVID-19 have a lower T cell response, possibly leading to mild or asymptomatic infections.
prostate cancer, artificial intelligence

Keeping A Better AI On Prostate Cancer

To lessen invasive diagnostic tests, researchers have developed an artificial intelligence-based method to accurately diagnose prostate cancer with only a urine sample.
microbiome, longevity, japan

Finding The Fountain Of Youth In The Gut

The Japanese secret to a long and healthy life isn't just ikigai. In centenarians, gut microbiomes may help block harmful bacteria and promote longevity.
mindfulness, sleep, health, insomnia

Mindfulness Therapy Helps Bring On The Zzz’s

When it comes to getting a good night's rest, mindfulness-based therapy may be more effective than an active sleep hygiene program in improving sleep quality.

Prenatal BPA Exposure Linked To Male Bias In Autism

Male rat offspring exposed to BPA in the womb had impaired learning and memory, suggesting that BPA could contribute to male bias in autism.

Finding Peace Among The (Vertical) Plants

Need to relax? Looking at vertical greenery might just do the trick, say scientists from Singapore.