Archives for: June 2022

New Study Warns People to Rethink Oral Piercings

June 29th, 2022
A new study warns that tongue and lip piercings can do damage to your teeth and gums. Study Finds Oral Piercings Damage Teeth Researchers analyzed eight studies that included 408 people with a combined 236 lip piercings and 236 tongue piercings. In al… more »

Can Babies Show Us the Origins of Obesity?

June 22nd, 2022
  Scientists are currently undergoing a new study to try and understand if metabolism is set from birth.   Studying Metabolism in Infants   Tiny babies as young as two weeks old are hanging out with scientists who take measurements of their body f… more »

From the Lab to Your Plate: Cultivated Meat Could be the Future

June 15th, 2022
  “Cultivated” or “lab grown” meat is real meat grown directly from animal cells. This could help eliminate the slaughter of billions of animals per year, which contributes to the climate crisis and high cholesterol levels.   Creating Meat in the La… more »

Cases of Hepatitis A Linked to Strawberries

June 8th, 2022
  Health officials are investigating cases of hepatitis A that are potentially linked to fresh organic strawberries, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said.   Strawberries Under Investigation   Hepatitis A is a contagious, yet treatable virus… more »

Women Less Likely to get Good Night’s Sleep

June 1st, 2022
  Women in the United States are less likely to get a good night’s sleep and more likely to report daytime sleepiness than men, a new study shows.   Women Come up Short in Sleep Department   The online poll of more than 2,000 U.S. adults found that… more »