Zinc oxide in sunscreens destroys UVA protection during sun exposure

During use some sunscreens offer very limited protection against dangerous sunrays and may even be harmful. Chemical reactions involving a main ingredient – zinc oxide – mean many sunscreens become ineffective after just two hours of sun exposure, according to a new collaborative study between the University of Leeds, the University of Oregon, and Oregon State University. Researchers are now […]

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Study reveals motor cortex could have larger role in Parkinsons disease

The role of neuron and dopamine loss in Parkinson’s Disease (PD) has long been recognized by neuroscientists. However, how dopaminergic modulation affects brain regions involved in the control of voluntary movement remains a subject of investigation. Researchers in the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook […]

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NHS explain the best ways to treat back pain We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Back pain impacts one in six people in England, but only […]

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A fascinating new preprint shows that the immune cell status varies considerably over time, in healthy individuals going about their normal lives, even over a single day. This study contributes to building a basic database of immune responses that underline the unique nature of immunity in individuals. Study: Intensive Single Cell Analysis Reveals Immune Cell Diversity among Healthy Individuals. Image […]

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Mornings are, well, mornings. Sometimes mornings are welcomed, or, at least tolerated, and other days, not so much. Sore back, cranky mood, not enough coffee. You know the drill. So how do you shake it off and start the morning differently with a little more energy and less ‘tude? Stretching. Including some stretching in your mornings can help invigorate your […]

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Baby-wearing products lead to higher risk of injury, hospitalizations in children under age 1

Baby-wearing products are an increasingly popular way to carry a young child in a sling, soft carrier or other type of device, but new research suggests that they can pose a higher risk of injury to children under age 1. The study abstract, “Baby Wearing Injuries Presenting to Emergency Departments, 2011-2020: A Dangerous Fashion Trend,”—presented during the virtual American Academy […]

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