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Arizona professor honored for HIV research in Nigeria

TUCSON, Ariz. – John Ehiri, PhD, MPH, MSc, professor and chair of the Department of Health Promotion Sciences at the University of Arizona Mel...

‘Cutting For A Cure’ Barbershop Health Campaign Comes To Harlem

By Nathan James A two-day marathon health awareness campaign, aimed at promoting better medical care for men of color, is set to arrive at a...

Body organs may have a sexual identity

A Deeper Take on Our Sexual Nature The organs in our body may have a sexual identity of their own, new research suggests. The idea...

Chug, Don’t Sip? The Impact of Liquid Diets on Your Teeth

Keeping the mouth awash in certain liquids can be harmful College Station, Texas - Liquid diets are all the rage. We’re bombarded daily with advice...

Oral Bacteria Linked to Risk of Stroke

U of L brain researcher and Japanese collaborators demonstrate the importance of oral health in stroke LOUISVILLE, Ky. – In a study of patients entering...

Trouble Sleeping? The Size of Your Tongue and Tonsils Could Be...

UB research calls on dentists to increase role in treating people with obstructive sleep apnea, sleep-related disorders BUFFALO, N.Y. – The best time to identify...

People in Food Deserts Eat Much Differently Than the Rest of...

Social media reveals nutritional choices of people with fewer fresh food options Pork, mayonnaise and cookies versus bagels, kale and hummus. That’s the glaring difference...

Regular Aspirin Use Found to Protect Against Overall Cancer Risk

Preventive effect most apparent against colorectal, other gastrointestinal tumors An analysis of data from two major, long-term epidemiologic studies finds that the regular use of...

Bromances May Be Good for Men’s Health

Moderate stress encourages male bonding, and prosocial behavior makes them more resilient to stress Male friendships, portrayed and often winked at in bromance movies, could...

Does Gender Expression Impact Weight?

New Research Ties Masculinity to Higher BMI for Young People SILVER SPRING, MD – The first long-term research study of its kind ties masculine gender...