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191. Nighttime smartphone use doesn’t worsen mental health
May 23, 2022

Studies have shown that using your phone at night can interfere with your sleep, but whether it plays a role in mental health has been difficult to understand. In a new study published in the journal

190. Men take time for exercise away from women
May 20, 2022

A new study suggests that men in a relationship have more time to exercise, possibly by taking it away from women. In the study, recently published in the Journal of Health and Social Behaviour, Austr

189. Combining ibuprofen and blood pressure medications might be bad for your kidneys
May 19, 2022

If you take medications for high blood pressure, adding ibuprofen might increase your risk for kidney damage. In a new study published in the journal Mathematical Biosciences, Canadian researchers use

188. Eating only during the day might help you live longer
May 18, 2022

Eating only during the day might help you live longer than eating at night, according to the findings of a new study published in the journal Science. Researchers from the University of Texas Southwes

187. Coffee affects cholesterol levels differently for men and women
May 17, 2022

A new study shows that coffee can raise your cholesterol, but it depends on the type and whether you are male or female. In the study, published in the journal Open Heart, researchers surveyed over 21

186. How to get your kids to eat more vegetables
May 16, 2022

If you have a young child who refuses to eat vegetables, you might consider giving him or her a reward for trying them. In a study presented earlier this month at the European Congress on Obesity, Dut

185. Eating carbs might be bad for your oral health
May 13, 2022

A new study suggests that what you eat affects your risk of gum disease and maybe your overall health. In a recent study published in the journal Scientific Reports, researchers at the University at B

184. Twice as many kids have prediabetes than 20 years ago
May 12, 2022

Over the last two decades, prediabetes among children in this country has more than doubled, according to a new study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics. Researchers at Mount Sinai reviewed data

183. Salt substitutes might lower your risk of stroke
May 11, 2022

Replacing regular table salt with a salt substitute can lower the risk of stroke 14 percent and combined risk of stroke and heart attacks 13 percent. The new data comes from a recently published study

182. Mothers influence emotional eating in their kids
May 10, 2022

A child’s odds of becoming an emotional eater is largely influenced by how their mothers eat in response to their emotions, and how they use food with their children. In a new study published in the J