Psychology & Psychiatry

Cooking with 'dirty' fuels affects women's mental health

About 2.6 billion people—nearly half of the global population, most of them in Africa, Asia and central and south America—rely on biomass fuels, like wood and charcoal, or kerosene to cook meals, heat and light their ...

Health

Five ways the pandemic has affected routine medical care

Since the beginning of the pandemic, COVID has infected at least a third of the U.K. population and is estimated to have factored in the deaths of almost 200,000 people in the U.K. But critically, COVID has also had a devastating ...

Genetics

Study finds 'super gene' shows promise for preventing obesity

Nearly three decades after first discovering the tumor-suppressing Par-4 "super gene" that has been shown to kill cancer cells, a team of researchers at the University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center is now learning about ...

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