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How to live longer: A juice to reduce cancer risk, improve cognition and boost longevity

‘You are what you eat’ is a statement that is even more pertinent when it comes to longevity and a reduction in risks of serious diseases. By including a certain drink, a multitude of healthy outcomes will ensue. Numerous studies and research have proven drinking a certain nitrate-rich juice will help to boost longevity. A… Read More »

MGH researchers studying early onset celiac disease

A collaborative group of researchers has identified substantial microbial changes in the intestines of at-risk infants before disease onset in a new, long-term, prospective approach to the development of celiac disease. Using advanced genomic sequencing techniques, MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) researchers, along with colleagues from institutions in Italy and the University of Maryland, College… Read More »

CDC group weighs Covid booster shots for immunocompromised people at higher risk of breakthrough infections

Geert Vanden Wijngaert | Bloomberg | Getty Images A CDC advisory group is considering whether fully vaccinated Americans with weakened immune systems need a booster dose of a Covid vaccine after data shows they are less likely to have antibodies to fight the disease and more likely to suffer from a so-called breakthrough infection. Immunosuppressed… Read More »

Best Mushrooms for Your Active Lifestyle

One of the best foods you can incorporate into your active lifestyle is fungi. Mushrooms have been widely used in both cooking and traditional medicine for thousands of years. Extremely common in various soups and sauces, as well as in countless meat, cheese, fish, and veggie dishes, most people are familiar with mushrooms. Chefs utilize… Read More »

OSHA standard compliance date arrives amid confusion, industry pushback

Dive Brief: Healthcare facilities must be in full compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Emergency Temporary Standard as of Wednesday, including requirements around ventilation, physical barriers and training. The American Hospital Association, Association of American Medical Colleges and other groups had pushed the agency to delay compliance dates, contending providers needed more time… Read More »