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Overweight and obese men who are fathers were more likely than men without children to be referred for nutrition or exercise counseling, according to a new study in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior


Analysis of ten years of inpatient records published in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology yields important insights into the changing patterns of hospitalizations for heart conditions, stroke, and vascular cognitive impairment in Canada


Schizophrenia symptom may be the result of increased connections between sensory and language-processing brain areas


Scientists have identified a microRNA in obese mouse mothers that may increase the odds of liver cancer in their offspring throughout multiple generations, report scientists in the Journal of Hepatology


Research in the Journal of Dairy Science® studies dose-response effect of methane inhibitor in dairy cows


Research in the Journal of Dairy Science® studies gradual weaning of dairy calves


New research in the journal CHEST® sounds an alarm about long-term health consequences, including massive pulmonary fibrosis, for workers who fabricate and install engineered quartz countertops


Clinicians should carefully monitor patients treated with chloroquine therapy, particularly elderly women and others at higher risk for heart rhythm abnormalities, investigators caution in the journal Heart Rhythm


Molecular analysis may facilitate targeted treatment by differentiating underlying conditions affecting pulmonary arteries and veins, report scientists in The American Journal of Pathology


A common genetic marker in African Americans may predispose them to cardiac complications from COVID-19, and the use of therapies such as hydroxychloroquine may increase the risk – investigators urge caution in the journal Heart Rhythm


Delivering a single dose of visual chromophore to the retinas of diabetic mice rescued visual function and may represent a potential therapy for early diabetic retinopathy, report scientists in The American Journal of Pathology


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Regular volunteer work provides demonstrable benefits for the health and well-being of older adults, according to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine


Women with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) should receive preconception counseling about increased maternal and infant risks, while pregnant mothers may benefit from evaluation by a high-risk obstetrics team, recommend scientists in the Journal of Hepatology


Patients in weight management or weight loss programs were more likely to eat family meals together when they had good communication and low discouragement at home, according to the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior


Adding a single question about physical activity when performing coronary artery calcium scanning showed that elderly patients who report higher levels of physical activity have a lower risk of death than less active patients, according to a 10-year study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings: Innovations, Quality & Outcomes