In case you missed it, here are the biggest headlines of the week!


Fight the Cold with Green Tea

green tea

A study has found that a set of molecules, naturally present in green tea, elevate the body’s short-term ability to generate heat, whilst also enhancing the body’s chronic heat-generating capacity in cold temperatures … [read more]




Nonadherence to ADHD Medication in Adolescents Transitioning Into College

ADHD medication

Nonadherence to ADHD medication in adolescents, especially during their transition to college, can have significant repercussions on academic performance and long-term goals. In a recent study, published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, 10 freshmen with ADHD were interviewed regarding their medication self-management experience as they transitioned to college life … [read more]



Skin Cancer Risk May Be Associated with High Glycemic Load Among Women

skin cancer

A new study published in the British Journal of Nutrition analyzes the relationship between dietary intake and risk of skin cancer … [read more]





Eating More Nuts May Reduce Risks of Mortality


An increase in nut consumption is associated with lower risk of chronic disease and mortality … [read more]





Cognitive and Social Impairments Linked to Moderate and Late Preterm Births

preterm births

A longitudinal study of moderate and late preterm (MLPT) infants found that their development into childhood resulted in poor cognitive, language, and motor abilities. These findings highlight the need for better monitoring of development and intervention strategies for this group of preterm born infants … [read more]

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