- Bromide Linked To Angola Illness
A mystery disease that has hit nearly 400 Angolans is associated with very high levels of the chemical bromide, UN health experts say.
- MIT: Prenatal Arsenic Exposure Detected In Newborns
MIT researchers have found that the children of mothers whose water supplies were contaminated with arsenic during their pregnancies harbored gene expression changes that may lead to cancer and other diseases later in life.
- Potential Link Between Congenital Heart Anomaly And Migraines Interventional cardiologists at Rush University Medical Centerare investigating whether a heart procedure may be the key to relieving migraines in patients with severe headaches.
- Eating More Fish May Reduce ‘Senior Moments’
Misplaced your keys? Can’t place that face? Study findings suggest that you may be able to lessen the frequency of these “senior moments’ simply by eating more fish.
- Smoking Before And After Pregnancy Harms Daughters’ Fertility Researchers have identified the chemical pathway by which a mother’s smoking before and after pregnancy might reduce her daughter’s fertility by as much as two-thirds.