In a trial involving trained cyclists, potato puree and carbohydrate gel showed equal ability to sustain blood glucose and racing performance. Source: New feed

A new study in twins finds that modifiable factors, such as early family life, may be more important than genes in driving heart and brain health outcomes. Source: New feed

New research suggests that the placebo effect can transmit from doctors to patients through subtle social cues, lessening the latter’s experience of pain. Source: New feed

New research suggests socially stressful experiences that occurred in the past leave a long lasting print on genes and health in monkeys and humans. Source: New feed

A new study suggests that a heart drug could help treat cancer by killing a wide array of aging cells that may contribute to tumor growth and spread. Source: New feed

After studying human tissue, mice, and worms, scientists link excessive brain activity to reduced life span and find that its suppression can extend life. Source: New feed

A diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables, and legumes, contains some red wine and poultry, and is low in red meat may keep the gut microbiota healthy. Source: New feed

Emerging evidence links vaginal douches with higher blood concentrations of potentially harmful chemicals, which may contribute to adverse health effects. Source: New feed

Swapping sugar and saturated fat for vegetables and smoothies can diminish the impact of sleep deprivation, according to new findings. Source: New feed

Using rats for their study, a team of researchers discovered that pain relief may originate in the brain, not in the spinal cord as previously assumed. Source: New feed

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