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Open-label placebo may reduce fatigue in cancer survivors, according to a study published online Feb. 9 in Scientific Reports.
The bigger driver of overdose deaths was “the broader drug environment” — meaning the expanded supply of opioid painkillers, heroin, and illicit fentanyl over the past decade and a half, which has made these drugs much more available and, therefore, easier to misuse and overdose on.
“There’s no evidence you stop overdoses by taking patients off opioids against their will."
Vohra says UAB researchers will continue studies to manipulate grain size and the adhesive strength at the interface to optimize nanocrystalline diamond micro-anvils for high-pressure research.
A physical activity intervention significantly reduced perceived sleep dysfunction among breast cancer survivors, according to results of a randomized controlled study.
People who need to avoid potassium in their diets because of kidney disease or other health issues may want to steer clear of reduced-sodium sandwich meats, researchers say.
“What was once a death sentence when we opened the clinic is now a manageable chronic disease.”
One of the world's leading experts on Antarctica, McClintock introduces readers to this fascinating frozen world and the extraordinary wildlife that persists despite the harsh conditions.
Another potential fake news threat looms on the horizon: artificially generated fake video.
The small study of 32 obese men and women, half of whom had a habit of binge eating, suggests that satiety hormones may be lower during the evening hours, while hunger hormones rise toward nightfall and may be stoked even higher by stressful situations.
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