Archives for: September 2022

Can Tea Help Lower Diabetes Risk?

September 28th, 2022
Researchers studying the impact of tea found that drinking four or more cups of black, green or oolong tea every day was linked to a 17 percent lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes over the course of a decade. Tea Found to Lower Risk of Type 2 Dia… more »

New Scientific Method of Putting Baby to Bed

September 21st, 2022
A new study hands parents a simple technique to help put crying babies to sleep. The 13 Minute Method Researchers in Japan found that walking around while carrying infants for five minutes calmed the newborns and another eight minutes of sitting while… more »

Can Blood Type Affect Stroke Risk?

September 14th, 2022
The risk of suffering a stroke at an early age may depend partly on a person's blood type, a large study suggests. Blood Type and Stroke Risk A new study suggests that blood type is more strongly tied to the risk of ischemic stroke at a younger age (b… more »

Sound in the News

September 7th, 2022
New research on the topic of sound has made headlines. See below for what scientists have found out about sounds and our health. Misophonia and the Brain Misophonia is a disorder in which certain sounds cause extreme feelings of anger and disgust. Up… more »

Scientists Find Safer Method for Destroying “Forever Chemicals”

September 2nd, 2022
Scientists may have a safer way to destroy PFAS, also known as “forever chemicals.” Destroying PFAS PFAS, which stands for polyfluoroalkyl substances, is a class of synthetic chemicals used in the manufacture of consumer products. PFAS can linger perm… more »