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MDMA Moves from Party Drugs Back to Therapy Tool

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Sperm or egg from any cell? It’s called IVG and it holds huge promise and peril : Shots

A clinician prepares cells for in vitro fertilization, or IVF, the treatment for infertility. In the future, it could be joined by IVG, in vitro gametogenesis, a new process that could turn any cell first into a stem cell and then into a sperm or egg cell. Lluis Gene/AFP via Getty Images hide caption toggle

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Harvard Chan School’s Christopher Golden receives grant to strengthen public health systems through artificial intelligence | News

May 5, 2023—Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health’s Christopher Golden is among the recipients of the National Science Foundation (NSF)’s recent $140 million investment million in artificial intelligence (AI) research, development, and implementation. He will co-lead a project aimed at strengthening the public health system in Madagascar through AI tools. The project will fall

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Modified Mediterranean diet twice as healthy as original – Israeli study

The Mediterranean diet has been praised by clinical dietitians around the world as being the healthiest of all. But now, a modified Mediterranean diet called the “Green Mediterranean/high polyphenols diet” has been found to be twice as good – promoting dramatic proximal de-stiffening of the aorta. This largest artery of the body carries oxygenated blood

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Healthy aging: 5 easy ways for seniors to maintain healthy dietary habits | Health

Aging is a natural process that brings about changes in various aspects of our lives, including our dietary needs. As we age, it becomes increasingly important to maintain a healthy diet in order to promote overall well-being and prevent age-related health problems. In this context, it is essential for seniors to understand the importance of

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Keto-style diet may be tied to heart disease

A low-carb, high-fat “keto-like” diet may be linked to higher levels of “bad” cholesterol and double the risk of cardiovascular events such as blocked arteries, heart attacks and strokes, according to new research. “Our study found that regular consumption of a self-reported diet, low in carbohydrates and high in fat was associated with increased levels

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