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Scientists say a One Health approach to plant health is vital to

WEBA team of scientists argues that a One Health approach to plant health is vital if we are to sustainably feed a growing population expected to reach 10 billion by …

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The connection between water and human biology is more …

WEBA researcher at Penn State is developing a way to consistently research water and its effects on human biology and health.

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Our bacteria are more personal than we thought, new study shows …

WEBOur bacteria are more personal than we thought, new study shows. Credit: Cell Host & Microbe (2024). DOI: 10.1016/j.chom.2024.02.012. The trillions of bacteria …

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Lakes worldwide are facing a slew of health issues that may …

WEBDOI: 10.1029/2023EF004387. Like humans, lakes are living systems that can suffer from a number of health issues, including circulatory and respiratory problems, infections, …

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Open burning of solid waste is a global threat to human health …

WEBThe Engineering X Global Review on Safer End of Engineered Life warns that the biggest threat is from the open burning of solid waste which is damaging the health …

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Low-income groups bear greater health burden in food systems: …

WEBAcross regions where food is produced, emissions from agriculture pose health risks to local populations. Among them, low-income groups are hit the hardest, a …

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Study links microplastics with human health problems, but there's …

WEBA recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine has linked microplastics with risk to human health. The study involved patients in Italy who had a …

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To save their soil, Kansas tribe shifts to regenerative …

WEBBut monocropping has been shown to damage soil health, and farmers' reliance on pesticides and herbicides can harm pollinators and water supplies while …

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Threatened species have declined 2% a year since 2000: Nature …

WEBThe government has great aspirations. It has committed to end extinctions and expand our protected areas to cover 30% of every Australian ecosystem by 2030. …

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Health misinformation is rampant on social media—here's what it …

WEBAccording to a survey of U.S. adults, Americans in October 2023 were less likely to view approved vaccines as safe than they were in April 2021. As vaccine …

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New research highlights long-term mental health benefits of …

WEBThe research assessed school belonging at the age of 15–16 and mental health symptoms at age 19–20, 23–24, and 27–28 years. Lead author, Associate …

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What's the latest on GMOs and gene-edited foods—and what are …

WEBAn expert explains. Advances in genetic engineering have given rise to an era of foods—including genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and gene-edited …

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Researchers discuss current state of homophobia, transphobia and …

WEBGender-neutral bathrooms, conversion therapy and Quebec's advisory committee on gender identity have been in the news lately. These are polarizing, hot …

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Health news and latest updates

WEBHealth. At the time of the creation of the World Health Organization (WHO), in 1948, Health was defined as being "a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being …

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Study shows political ideology determines health behavior, …

WEBA new study from the University of Kansas adds to the evidence that political ideology can be a social determinant of health, especially during public health crises. …

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Is it time to get rid of homework

WEBEmmy Kang, mental health counselor at Humantold, says studies have shown heavy workloads can be "detrimental" for students and cause a "big impact on …

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Astronomers determine Mars may face more potentially hazardous

WEBA team of astronomers at Nanjing University has found evidence that Mars likely has more potentially hazardous asteroids in its path than Earth. In their study, …

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Gender gaps remain for many women scientists, study finds

WEBAs more women have entered the biomedical field, they're getting a bigger share of research grants, and the gender gap in research funding appears to be …

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Science news tagged with human health

WEBAt the time of the creation of the World Health Organization (WHO), in 1948, Health was defined as being "a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not …

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Blue Origin flies thrill seekers to space after two year hiatus

WEBBlue Origin flew adventurers to the final frontier on Sunday for the first time in nearly two years, reigniting competition in the space tourism market after a rocket …

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Why the body positivity movement risks turning toxic

WEBBut while some find the body positivity movement to be uplifting and helpful, others have begun calling the movement "toxic" and suggesting it may be time to move …

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Soil testing time saver predicts key soil health characteristics

WEBGerson Drescher, assistant professor of soil fertility for the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, has led a study to create prediction models for these …

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Using hybrid nanotubes to enhance cancer treatment with …

WEBThe intracellular delivery of proteins is an important technique for unveiling the cellular functions, protein complex structure, and therapeutics. However, …

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Big dogs vs. small dogs: Which sizes face higher risks of which …

WEBA study of more than 25,000 U.S. dogs and 238 breeds has linked dog size to varying patterns of risk for health conditions over the course of a dog's lifespan. Yunbi …

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Saturday Citations: Mediterranean diet racks up more points; …

WEBThis week, we reported on the birth throes of black holes, the questionable assertions of a study about vegan dogs and a technique for observing entanglement …

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