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ConsumerAffairs.com 10/23/2020 13:34
Researchers suggest theres a mismatch between our diets and our digestive systems. By Kristen Dalli of. October 23, 2020. As many consumers are looking to follow. , experts continue to find how the things we put into our bodies can affect everything from our to . Now, researchers from Princeton University have discovered that the development of obesity and disease could stem from evolutionary diet changes.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/22/2020 14:12
Experts have highlighted another way that cannabis can benefit consumers well-being. By Kristen Dalli of. October 22, 2020. A new study conducted by researchers from Washington State University has found that. can be an effective way for consumers struggling with (OCD) to manage their symptoms. Were trying to build knowledge about the relationship of cannabis use and OCD because its an area that is really understudied,. researcher Dakota Mauzay. Mental health benefits. For the study, the researchers analyzed results from an app called Strainprint, which is a resource for consumers who use marijuana for medical purposes that allows users to track which strains of the drug are most effective in treating their symptoms.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/22/2020 12:41
Experts found that a few caffeinated beverages each morning could do more than just give consumers an energy boost. By Kristen Dalli of. October 22, 2020. Whether its. or , many consumers start their mornings with a caffeinated drink. Now, a new study has found that this daily ritual could come with some unexpected health benefits. According to a new study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), drinking green tea or coffee each day is linked with a lower risk of. for consumers with type 2 diabetes. In this prospective study, we found that higher green tea and coffee consumption was significantly associated with decreased all-cause mortality in patients with type 2 diabetes, the researchers. . This association remained significant after a.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/21/2020 13:42
A study finds that incorporating healthy habits can have lasting benefits for consumers. By Kristen Dalli of. October 21, 2020. A healthy. and regular are key ingredients to a healthy lifestyle, and now researchers are exploring both the mental and physical health benefits associated with these habits. According to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, following an exercise and. regimen can have countless positive benefits for consumers physical and cognitive health. Our work motivates the design of novel multimodal interventions that incorporate both aerobic fitness training and nutritional supplementation, and illustrates that their benefits extend beyond improvements in physical fitness to e.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/21/2020 13:28
Researchers say its important for older consumers to keep their brains active. By Kristen Dalli of. October 21, 2020. Sitting for long periods of time has been found to negatively affect consumers. and well-being, and now a new study is exploring how spending meaningful time sitting down could actually benefit older consumers cognitive function. According to a new study conducted by researchers from Colorado State University,. is important for older consumers overall wellness.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/21/2020 11:08
A study finds that researching plan variations could save consumers thousands over two years. By Gary Guthrie of. October 21, 2020. When the. on October 23, it will be met with a throng of consumers wanting to take one home. According to WalletHubs new 2020 iPhone Survey, 44 percent more Americans are planning to buy a new iPhone compared to 2019 -- and 73 percent more think the new iPhone is worth going into debt for. Finding the perfect plan for each and every consumers pocketbook can be a maddening experience.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/20/2020 13:51
Researchers say there are several reasons for these findings. By Kristen Dalli of. October 20, 2020. Recent studies have highlighted how living in could come at the expense of consumers . Now, a new study conducted by researchers from Syracuse University has confirmed this, finding that mortality rates were higher in more rural areas across the country. The researchers explained that there is no singular cause for these higher mortality rates, and women tend to be at a greater risk of death than men. Identifying the geographic trends. To understand how geographic location can affect mortality rates, the researchers analyzed roughly three decades worth of data from the National Center of Health Statistics and focused primarily on cause of death,
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/20/2020 13:20
Automakers are continuing to plan for an all-electric future. By Gary Guthrie of. October 20, 2020. General Motors (GM) is investing $2 billion to upgrade six of its U.S.-based plants. Much of that funding will go towards modifying its Spring Hill, Tennessee assembly plant, which will become the companys third vehicle manufacturing site to produce electric vehicles (EV).
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/20/2020 11:34
The findings highlight how the bodys immune response changes over time. By Kristen Dalli of. October 20, 2020. Recent studies have identified how the bodys immune response gets with age, and now new research suggests that this process could happen faster than many people may realize. According to researchers from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, young adults are more likely to experience severe symptoms from infectious diseases than children. We know infants are particularly vulnerable to infectious diseases due to their immature immune systems, and the elderly are vulnerable due to immune deterioration.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/19/2020 08:48
The House Speaker warns the White House that time is running out. By Mark Huffman of. October 19, 2020. There is still no agreement to provide financial aid to consumers and businesses dealing with the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the clock is ticking. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has given the White House 48 hours to agree to a bill or she says talks will end until after the Nov. 3 election, which is just over two weeks away.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/14/2020 14:27
Whether its watching TV or through virtual reality, time experiencing nature has benefits. By Kristen Dalli of. October 14, 2020. Recent studies have shown how spending time in nature can be beneficial for consumers and wellness, and now a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Exeter found that those benefits can also be felt virtually. According to their findings, essentially any experience with nature can give consumers a mental health boost.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/13/2020 12:50
However, researchers say substance use has become more widespread. By Kristen Dalli of. October 13, 2020. Because of the health complications associated with drinking , many recent studies have focused on how are affected by their . Now, a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Michigan has found that alcohol use among this age group is much lower than it was roughly 20 years ago.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/12/2020 13:47
Experts hope new treatments can be developed for kids struggling with both conditions. By Kristen Dalli of. October 12, 2020. and are common among young kids. While the symptoms of these conditions are troublesome enough, a new study found that they could be an indicator of other medical concerns. According to researchers from the University of Gothenburg, children who struggle with allergies and asthma could be at an increased risk of developing irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). The associations found in this large study suggest that theres a shared pathophysiology between common allergy-related diseases and adolescent irritable bowel syndrome, said researcher Dr. Jessica Sjlund. We knew that allergy and immune dysregulation had been suggested
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/12/2020 08:47
The FDA says a version of metformin hydrochloride contains a potential carcinogen. By Mark Huffman of. October 12, 2020. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced the recall of a widely-used prescription drug used to treat diabetes. The manufacturer warns that an ingredient may cause cancer. Marksans Pharma Limited, based in India, has recalled Metformin hydrochloride extended-release tablets, saying their levels of NDMA, which it labels a "probable human carcinogen," were present at higher than allowable levels. The medication is normally prescribed to treat type 2 diabetes and has shown to be effective in lowering glucose levels. The recall applies to metformin tablets between 500 mg and 750 mg, sold under the brand name Time.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/09/2020 12:58
Researchers say womens hormones can play a role in other health complications. By Kristen Dalli of. October 9, 2020. There are many types of health associated with , but a new study is exploring how such complications can negatively affect womens health over longer periods of time as they age. According to researchers, women who experience pregnancy complications -- like gestational diabetes, preeclampsia, or preterm birth, among several others -- are at an increased risk of developing heart disease later in life.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/08/2020 11:30
Regulators say the bank needs to make improvements. By Sarah D. Young of. October 8, 2020. Citibank is being fined $400 million for longstanding unsafe or unsound banking practices. The U.S. Treasury Departments Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). Wednesday that its penalizing Citibank for its longstanding failure to establish effective risk management and data governance programs and internal controls. The agency added that it will require the bank to take comprehensive corrective actions in the areas found to have deficiencies before it can make any significant acquisitions. In addition to the fine, Citigroup -- Citibanks parent company -- is facing a separate but related enforcement action by the Federal Reserve Board.
ConsumerAffairs.com 10/08/2020 11:20
Researchers say contaminated air can affect young consumers neurological health. By Kristen Dalli of. October 8, 2020. continues to be a concern for consumers health around the world, and recent studies have shown the ways that young peoples and are negatively affected by these toxins. Now, a new study conducted by researchers from Lancaster University has found that exposure to polluted air can increase the risk of young people developing serious neurological conditions, including Parkinsons, Alzheimers, and motor neuron disease (MND). Its critical to understand the links between the nanoparticles youre breathing in or swallowing and the impacts those metal-rich particles are then having on the different parts of the brain, researcher Barbara.

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