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Men under the age of 55 are more likely to suffer a heart attack the day after a Montreal Canadiens victory, according to a new study in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology

New study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine indicates these changes corresponded with increased US exports and investment in the Canadian food and beverage sector

Dietary and lifestyle changes guided by registered dietitian nutritionists and other professionals can help reduce the incidence and progression of obesity-related cancers and support the recovery of cancer survivors

Economic and social conditions underlie geographic disparities in overdose rates and addressing them will be key to reversing the rising tide of drug deaths, according to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine

NEF partners with Elsevier to provide editorial expertise, infrastructure and a capacity building engine for the next generation of African researchers

Long-term treatment with selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs) improves muscle, respiratory, and skeletal function without weakening bone in new mouse studies, according to a new report in The American Journal of Pathology

A new study in the Journal of Hepatology adds NAFLD to the list of diseases associated with a Western diet that includes relatively high consumption of red and processed meat

New special issue of the European Journal of Internal Medicine aims to bring cannabis into mainstream medicine

A study in Biological Psychiatry examines the sex-specific molecular changes in major depressive disorder

A study in Biological Psychiatry examines the relationship between air pollution exposure during fetal life, brain abnormalities and cognitive impairment

A study in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging investigates the brain mechanisms underlying autobiographical memory disturbance in depression

The earliest oxygen-producing microbes may not have been cyanobacteria

Tobacco smoke exposure during pregnancy is worse for children with asthma than postnatal secondhand smoke exposure, according to a new study in the journal CHEST®

Absorption and utilization of macro- and microminerals detailed in a new review from the Journal of Dairy Science®

Broad evidence now supports the potential of school-based services for the treatment of a wide range of child mental health problems