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Intermittent fasting lowers blood pressure

In an animal model researchers demonstrate that intermittent fasting can reduce hypertension by reshaping the gut microbiota.

Gut yeast overgrowth may increase asthma risk

Yeast overgrowth in the gut within the first few months of life may lead to changes in the immune system, increasing the risk of asthma later on.

Neuromodulation to treat tinnitus

New research shows that combining sound and electrical stimulation to the tongue can significantly reduce tinnitus.

Sugar may impair brain development

In a rodent model research demonstrates how high sugar consumption affects learning and memory. Is gut microbiome the key to sugar-induced memory impairment?

Two SARS-CoV-2 variants are resistant to current vaccines

The B.1.351 and B.1.1.7 SARS-CoV-2 variants show increased resistance to antibody neutralization in laboratory experiments, according to new research.

Weighted blankets for better sleep

Weighted blankets are a safe intervention for insomnia in patients with psychiatric disorders, recent research reveals.
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