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Can a Common Artificial Sweetener Fuel Anxiety?An artificial sweetener commonly found in diet drinks and food is associated with an increased risk for anxiety-like behavior, early research suggests.
2 weeks ago
A recent metformin study casts doubts on longevity indicationsA new retrospective study contradicts previous evidence of metformin’s potential effects on lifespan extension in a general population, but for real answers, randomized trials are needed.
Brain structure and joint hypermobility: relevance to the expression of psychiatric symptomsJoint hypermobility is overrepresented among people with anxiety and can be associated with abnormal autonomic reactivity. We tested for associations between regional cerebral grey matter and hypermob...
More hype than substance: erythritol and cardiovascular riskA newly-published study caught public attention by reporting an association between the common sweetener erythritol and increased risk of heart attack and stroke, but there’s more to the story.
Whitney Webb Exposes Scary Truths About WHO's New Chief ScientistIn this video, investigative journalist Whitney Webb discusses the World Health Organization's (WHO) recent appointment of Jeremy Farrar as its new chief sci...
4 weeks ago
Princeton cancer researchers find that tumors’ metabolism is slower than suspectedThe discovery has vast implications for cancer treatment, showing that “starve the tumor” strategies are unlikely to be effective.
1 month ago
Lean mass loss on GLP-1 receptor agonists: a downside of the “miracle drugs”Clinical trials have generated impressive data on the effects of GLP-1 agonists on body weight and BMI, but how do these drugs perform in terms of body composition?