New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week-Edition 188
6 days ago - By Mark's Daily Apple
Research of the Week
The more times you flip the burger, the faster it cooks .
College lowers smoking rates .
Female mice show less variance than male mice .
Young kids who train basketball frequently have improved executive functioning .
Grazing on perennial grasslands can match current meat production while improving the environment.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
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Primal Health Coach Radio: Anya Perry
New garbage red meat study pops up .
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The headlines of Master Doctor
How to Reduce Needle Anxiety in Children?
Two new nurse-led techniques, such as the Divided Attention technique and the Positive Memory Reframing technique, can help needle phobia in children.
Smart Contact Lenses can Diagnose Cancer
Smart contact lens has the ability to accurately capture and detect exosomes with different surface markers.
Big NO: Parents still reject COVID-19 vaccines for kids
Parents are still skeptical of the safety of the Wuhan coronavirus experimental injection for children six months to four years old more than a month after it has been...
NASH ‘fastest growing cause' of liver cancer death worldwide
Despite global declines in liver cancer mortality attributed to hepatitis B and C, liver cancer mortality rose sharply in the Americas, driven by an increase in nonalcoholic...
Large Study Confirms COVID Vaccines Safe for Pregnant Women
This analysis is one of the first to compare adverse events in pregnant and nonpregnant and vaccinated and nonvaccinated women.
Doctors' reluctance to discuss anal sex is letting women down as they are...
Writing in the British Medical Journal, two female NHS surgeons claimed anal intercourse is becoming more common among straight couples because it is portrayed as 'racy and...
CDC Drops Quarantine Recommendation for Those Exposed to COVID
Instead of quarantining if you're exposed to COVID-19, wear a high-quality mask for 10 days and get tested on or after day 5, irrespective of vaccination status, the CDC...
Digital therapeutic Somryst reduces insomnia severity, health-related services
The digital therapeutic Somryst, which delivers cognitive behavior therapy for insomnia, induced a significant decrease in insomnia severity after 9 weeks, researchers reported...
FDA Expands Home Testing Guidelines for COVID Exposures
While the agency still recommends repeat testing after a negative result, it also recommends that people who have no symptoms but think they have been exposed take three tests...
Children not getting ‘essential' sickle cell treatment in sub-Saharan Africa
Children with sickle cell disease living in sub-Saharan Africa do not have access to an “essential” treatment, experts wrote this week in The New England Journal of...