Dietary
Study: Quality of fruits/vegetables at dollar stores just as good as regular grocery store produce  NEWS MEDICAL · 15 minutes
When you hear about dollar discount stores, the first thought that comes to mind likely isn't groceries for... more
Mitochondrial proteotoxicity appears to be epicentre of molecular pathogenesis  NEWS MEDICAL · 51 minutes
Researchers at the University of Helsinki uncovered the mechanisms for a novel cellular stress response arising from the toxicity of newly synthesized proteins. more
Uber is reportedly close to making a tactical exit from India’s food delivery industry  TechCrunch · 1 hour
Uber has said adamantly that it won’t exit India (or any more markets) following a hattrick of retreats from China,... more
Vitamin D supplementation less effective in the presence of obesity, shows study  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 hour
A new Journal of Bone and Mineral Research study confirms that vitamin D supplementation is less effective in the presence of obesity, and it... more
New mechanisms regulating neural stem cells  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 hours
The use of stem cells to repair organs is one of the foremost goals of modern regenerative medicine. Scientists have discovered that the protein Akna plays a key role in this process. It controls, for example,... more
Understanding peppers and chilis from around the world  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 hours
Capsicum is a major vegetable and spice crop worldwide. Global production of both fresh and dried fruit continues to increase steadily in terms of area harvested and total yield. A comprehensive review... more
Three years into soda tax, sugary drink consumption down more than 50 percent in Berkeley  SCIENCE DAILY · 7 hours
Consumption of sugary drinks dropped 52 percent among Berkeley's low-income residents in the three years after the city... more
Chemical added to consumer products impairs response to antibiotic treatment  SCIENCE DAILY · 7 hours
Triclosan exposure may inadvertently drive bacteria into a state in which they are able to tolerate normally lethal concentrations of antibiotics -- including those antibiotics that are commonly... more
Healthy menu options in handwritten typeface prompt positive response  PHYS.ORG · 8 hours
Food can conjure up all kinds of warm and fuzzy feelings—childhood nostalgia, memories of road trips, or just the simple comfort of a nourishing cup of soup. more
GI neuroimmune disruption contributes to Gulf War Illness  SCIENCE DAILY · 9 hours
Many Persian Gulf War veterans experience Gulf War Illness (GWI), a chronic condition with symptoms ranging from gastrointestinal to neurological. While exposure to the anti-nerve gas pyridostigmine bromide (PB) is linked to... more
Scientists uncover how high-fat diet drives colorectal cancer growth  SCIENCE DAILY · 10 hours
A new study suggests that high-fat diets fuel colorectal cancer growth by upsetting the balance of bile acids in the intestine and triggering a hormonal signal that lets potentially cancerous... more
Unhealthy diet linked to poor mental health  NEWS MEDICAL · 10 hours
A study has found that poor mental health is linked with poor diet quality -- regardless of personal characteristics such as gender age, education, age, marital status and income level. more
Latrophilin GPCRs direct synapse specificity by coincident binding of FLRTs and teneurins  Science Magazine · 11 hours
Bidirectional signaling by cell adhesion molecules is thought to mediate synapse formation, but the mechanisms involved remain elusive. We found that the adhesion G... more
Ubiquitin-dependent chloroplast-associated protein degradation in plants  Science Magazine · 11 hours
Chloroplasts contain thousands of nucleus-encoded proteins that are imported from the cytosol by translocases in the chloroplast envelope membranes. Proteolytic regulation of the translocases is critically important, but little is known about the underlying mechanisms. We... more
Dietary fiber helps to aggregate gut particles, study shows  NEWS MEDICAL · 11 hours
Food, microbes, and medicine all clump together as they move through our gut. Sticky molecules secreted into our intestines bind the gut particles in the same way that flour holds... more
Foxes were domesticated by humans in the Bronze Age  SCIENCE DAILY · 11 hours
In the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula, between the third and second millennium BC, a widespread funeral practice consisted in burying humans with animals. Scientists have discovered that both foxes... more
New 'interspecies communication' strategy between gut bacteria and mammalian hosts uncovered  SCIENCE DAILY · 11 hours
Bacteria in the gut do far more than help digest food in the stomachs of their hosts; they can also tell the genes in their mammalian... more
WATCH: Learn how to winterize your diet  ABC NEWS · 11 hours
Nutritionist Maya Feller teaches Michael and Sara how to eat properly to help their mood, skin, metabolism and immunity. more
New 'interspecies communication' strategy between gut bacteria and mammalian hosts uncovered  PHYS.ORG · 12 hours
Bacteria in the gut do far more than help digest food in the stomachs of their hosts, they can also tell the genes in their mammalian... more
The smelling of food controls cellular recycling and affects life expectancy  SCIENCE DAILY · 12 hours
The smelling of food affects physiology and aging, according to research conducted on the model organism, the roundworm. Surprisingly, this relationship is due to a single... more
Dietary fiber helps clump material in your gut  SCIENCE DAILY · 12 hours
A new study in mice shows dietary fiber promotes the aggregation of gut particles. more
Consumption of allium vegetables linked to reduced colorectal cancer risk  NEWS MEDICAL · 13 hours
Consumption of allium vegetables—which include garlic, leeks, and onions—was linked with a reduced risk of in colorectal cancer in a study of men and women in China. more
Junk food is linked to both moderate and severe psychological distress  SCIENCE DAILY · 13 hours
The study revealed that California adults who consumed more unhealthy food were also more likely to report symptoms of either moderate or severe psychological distress than... more
HIV drug could improve recovery after stroke  Science Magazine · 14 hours
A protein that may hinder the brain’s regrowth after damage points researchers to an unexpected treatment more
Tech investors see bugs as a big business as Ÿnsect raises $125 million  TechCrunch · 14 hours
A company using advanced technologies to grow and harvest mealworms (larval beetles) at scale is on track to become one of the... more
Food industry waste becomes profitable biogas  PHYS.ORG · 14 hours
Huge gains can be made by using waste from the food industry for biogas production, no matter whether the biogas is used in vehicles or to produce electricity and heat. This is the conclusion of researchers... more
Consuming garlic and onions may lower colorectal cancer risk  SCIENCE DAILY · 15 hours
Consumption of allium vegetables -- which include garlic, leeks, and onions -- was linked with a reduced risk of in colorectal cancer in a study of men and women in... more
The dollar store diet: Study shows discount produce matches quality of traditional chains  PHYS.ORG · 15 hours
When you hear about dollar discount stores, the first thought that comes to mind likely isn't groceries for you and your family. more
Dietary fiber helps clump material in your gut  PHYS.ORG · 15 hours
Food, microbes, and medicine all clump together as they move through our gut. Sticky molecules secreted into our intestines bind the gut particles in the same way that flour holds a ball... more
Squid could provide an eco-friendly alternative to plastics  nanowerk · 15 hours
Self-healing fabric, abrasion-resistant coatings, precision drug delivery and smart textiles are among the potential applications of squid 'ring tooth' protein. more
New mechanisms regulating neural stem cells  PHYS.ORG · 15 hours
The use of stem cells to repair organs is one of the foremost goals of modern regenerative medicine. Scientists at Helmholtz Zentrum München and Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU) have discovered that the protein Akna... more
Scientists uncover new mechanisms regulating neural stem cells  NEWS MEDICAL · 16 hours
The use of stem cells to repair organs is one of the foremost goals of modern regenerative medicine. Scientists at Helmholtz Zentrum München and Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich have discovered that... more
Scientists identify unique subtype of eczema linked to food allergy  SCIENCE DAILY · 16 hours
Scientists have found that children with both atopic dermatitis and food allergy have structural and molecular differences in top layers of skin near the eczema lesions, whereas children... more
Squid could provide an eco-friendly alternative to plastics  SCIENCE DAILY · 16 hours
The remarkable properties of a recently-discovered squid protein could revolutionize materials in a way that would be unattainable with conventional plastic. Originating in the ringed teeth of a squid's predatory arms, this... more
Lab-grown steak could be worse for climate than gassy cattle  CBC · 17 hours
Cultured meat production could spur global warming more in the long term than some types of... more
One tiny step for a nematode, one big step toward sustainable agriculture in space  PHYS.ORG · 17 hours
An exciting collaboration between the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and Pheronym (Alachua, FL), will send... more
New study—how to save a seabird  PHYS.ORG · 17 hours
In the 1990s, the endangered status of the short-tailed albatross catalyzed efforts to reduce the number of birds accidentally killed as bycatch in Alaska, home to the country's biggest fisheries. Marine fisheries scientist Ed Melvin, at... more
The smell of food controls cellular recycling and affects life expectancy  PHYS.ORG · 18 hours
The smell of food induces a variety of physiological processes in our body. Thus, the production of saliva and digestive enzymes is stimulated before the actual... more
Squid could provide an eco-friendly alternative to plastics  PHYS.ORG · 20 hours
The remarkable properties of a recently-discovered squid protein could revolutionize materials in a way that would be unattainable with conventional plastic, finds a review published in Frontiers in Chemistry. Originating in the... more
Intense exercise, fasting and hormones can enhance waste-protein removal, study shows  NEWS MEDICAL · 23 hours
The body's ability to adapt to changing conditions and shifting physiologic demands is essential to survival. To do so, each cell must be able to dispose... more
Study quantifies hepatic and intestinal mRNA expression of Ugt isoforms in rats  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 day
In pharmaceutical companies, rats are used commonly in nonclinical studies to investigate the safety, efficacy, and pharmacokinetic profiles of drug candidates before they are... more
Over 1 in 3 adults miss the mark on protein, finds study  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 day
Walk into any grocery store and you'll find high-protein products dominating shelf space throughout the aisles. The benefits of protein are well established, and... more
Scientists demonstrate influence of food odors on proteostasis  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 day
The smell of food induces a variety of physiological processes in our body. Thus, the production of saliva and digestive enzymes is stimulated before the actual food intake in order to prepare... more
Link between dietary fatty acid intake and hypertension found to be influenced by diabetes status  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 day
Hypertension is an important public health problem that can lead to life-threatening cardiovascular events, including heart attack and... more
Viruses in the intestinal tracts can lead to islet autoimmunity and Type 1 diabetes  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 day
Researchers at the Center for Infection and Immunity at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and the University... more
Thor star will run wild as WWE's Hulk Hogan in new biopic - CNET  CNET · 1 day
Chris Hemsworth is going to need to eat his vitamins and say his prayers, brother. more
Gene therapy durably reverses congenital deafness in mice  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Scientists have managed to restore hearing in an adult mouse model of DFNB9 deafness -- a hearing disorder that represents one of the most frequent cases of congenital genetic deafness. Individuals with... more
An intricate interaction: Dietary fatty acid intake influences hypertension risk  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Hypertension is an important public health problem that can lead to life-threatening cardiovascular events, including heart attack and stroke. Here, the relationship between dietary intake of n-6 fatty... more
New insight on potent HIV antibody could improve vaccine design  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
A new observation highlights the importance of previously unstudied mutations that arises early in bnAbs, giving the antibodies the flexibility to adapt to changes in the virus's outer... more
[Editors' Choice] Anxious to lose weight  Science Magazine · 1 day
Anxiety leads to increased whole-body energy expenditure and thermogenesis in mice, preventing weight gain upon high-fat diet feeding. more
Cocktail of common antibiotics can fight resistant E. coli  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Scientists have discovered that a combination of two common antibiotics is able to eliminate multi-drug resistant E. coli causing urinary tract infections. This combination treatment could become an effective measure... more
Viruses that linger in gut could trigger type 1 diabetes  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 day
Researchers provide new evidence supporting an association between elevated levels of enteroviruses in the intestinal tracts of children and islet autoimmunity, a precursor to type 1 diabetes. more
Copepods drive large-scale trait-mediated effects in marine plankton  Science Magazine · 1 day
Fear of predation may influence food webs more than actual predation. However, the mechanisms and magnitude of nonconsumptive predator effects are largely unknown in unicellular-dominated food webs such as marine plankton. We... more
UQ research may explain why vitamin D is essential for brain health  NEWS MEDICAL · 1 day
University of Queensland research may explain why vitamin D is vital for brain health, and how deficiency leads to disorders including depression and schizophrenia. more
A High-Fat Diet May Be Bad for Your Gut Bacteria  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 days
Eating too much fat may be bad for your gut bacteria, a new study from China suggests. more
Medical News Today: Treating constipation in Crohn's disease  MNT · 2 days
Crohn's disease typically causes frequent diarrhea, but some people also have constipation. Constipation can result from medications or strictures, and treatment options include dietary and lifestyle changes, laxatives, and bowel training. Learn... more
Treating constipation in Crohn's disease  MNT · 2 days
Crohn's disease typically causes frequent diarrhea, but some people also have constipation. Constipation can result from medications or strictures, and treatment options include dietary and lifestyle changes, laxatives, and bowel training. Learn more here. more
Misunderstanding food date labels linked with higher food discards  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
A new survey examining US consumer attitudes and behaviors related to food date labels found widespread confusion, leading to unnecessary discards, increased waste and food safety risks. more
Visualizing mental valuation processes  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
Researchers have developed a computer model capable of predicting certain human decisions. With it, researchers can predict for example which food someone in a supermarket will choose to buy -- valuable information for marketing and health. more
Lab-grown steak could be worse for climate than flatulent cattle  CBC · 2 days
Cultured meat production could spur global warming more in the long-term than some types of beef... more
What plant proteins can tell us about Alzheimer's  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia are a growing burden on society and a leading cause of death among the elderly. There is no cure. more
Microalgae as natural detector of environmental safety  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
An international group of toxicologists, including experts from the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU), report that unicellular microalgae, the most common microorganisms on Earth and an important part of the food chain for more... more
Budget‑friendly ways to get your veggie fix as prices rise  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
The Food Price Report 2019, released by Dalhousie University and the University of Guelph in December, suggested vegetable prices will go up by as much as six per... more
Keeping heavy metals out of beer and wine  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
A frosty mug of beer or ruby-red glass of wine just wouldn't be the same if the liquid was murky or gritty. That's why producers of alcoholic beverages usually filter them. But... more
Studying ant cooperation is revealing how brains work together  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
As a child, you almost certainly at one stage spent hours watching ants move about from their nest. Maybe you dropped a piece of food and watched as a group... more
Elevated levels of key cellular process implicated in intestinal inflammation and IBD  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
Elevated levels of the key cellular process of apoptosis have been implicated in intestinal inflammation and inflammatory bowel disease in a new study from... more
App-Based Delivery Men Highlight India's Growing Gig Economy  Gadgets 360 · 2 days
A surge in the popularity of food-ordering apps like Uber Eats and Swiggy provides a welcome source of income for many as India's unemployment rate sits at a reported 45-year high. more
Medical News Today: ¿Qué son estas manchas blancas en mi piel?  MNT · 2 days
Las manchas blancas en la piel generalmente surgen cuando las proteínas cutáneas o las células muertas quedan atrapadas debajo de la superficie de la piel. more
Chronic Wasting Disease may soon spread to humans, warns CDC  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
Experts are warning that the consumption of deer meat infected with CWD may lead to the disease spreading to humans within the next few years. more
App-based delivery men highlight India's growing gig economy  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
Suraj Nachre works long hours and regularly misses meals but he treasures his job as a driver for a food delivery startup—working in a booming industry that highlights India's expanding apps-based gig-economy. more
Widespread confusion among consumers on food date labels lead to unnecessary discards  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
A new survey examining U.S. consumer attitudes and behaviors related to food date labels found widespread confusion, leading to unnecessary discards, increased waste and... more
Researchers uncover biochemical pathway that may help identify drugs to treat Alzheimer's  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
Researchers have uncovered an enzyme and a biochemical pathway they believe may lead to the identification of drugs that could inhibit the production of... more
Study reveals major sex differences in management of cardiovascular risk factors among U.S. adults  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
"The good news is that, since the Millennium, there have been reductions in blood pressure and cholesterol levels and in... more
New screening method could catch organ rejection much earlier without a biopsy needle  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
Too often, it's only after a transplanted organ has sustained serious damage that a biopsy reveals the organ is in rejection. A... more
Dose of vitamin C helps gold nanowires grow  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
Scientists discover a method to turn stubby gold nanorods into gold nanowires of impressive length. The metal wires could be valuable for sensing, diagnostic, imaging and therapeutic applications. more
Study finds new link between food allergies and multiple sclerosis  NEWS MEDICAL · 2 days
Like many other medical conditions, the mechanism of multiple sclerosis remains an enigma--a puzzle composed of complex genetic and environmental factors. A key piece to this puzzle is... more
Plants can skip the middlemen to directly recognize disease-causing fungi  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
Scientists have revealed that direct physical associations between plant immune proteins and fungal molecules are widespread during attempted infection. The authors' findings run counter to current thinking and... more
Fluorescing urine signals organ transplant rejection, could replace needle biopsies  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
Glowing urine may replace the biopsy needle: In detecting organ transplant rejection, a new nanoparticle has proven much faster and more thorough in the lab than a biopsy.... more
Darwin's finches don't tell the whole story of avian evolution  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
The connection between bird diet and skull shape is surprisingly weak for most species according to a new study led by UCL and the Natural History Museum, rewriting... more
Medical News Today: What gluten-free food can I eat?  MNT · 2 days
Gluten-free foods may help people lose weight and also prevent any symptoms in those who are sensitive to gluten. Examples include vegetables, fruits, and lean proteins. Learn more here. more
Neanderthals' main food source was definitely meat  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
Researchers describe two late Neanderthals with exceptionally high nitrogen isotope ratios, which would traditionally be interpreted as the signature of freshwater fish consumption. By studying the isotope ratios of single amino acids, they however... more
Medical News Today: Which foods are rich in vitamin A?  MNT · 2 days
Vitamin A is an essential nutrient that plays a role in a range of bodily processes, such as immune function and vision. Here, we discuss 14 of the... more
Engineers can detect ultra rare proteins in blood using a cellphone camera  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
Commercial approaches to ultrasensitive protein detection are starting to become available, but they are based on expensive optics and fluid handlers, which make them... more
Engineers can detect ultra rare proteins in blood using a cellphone camera  PHYS.ORG · 2 days
One of the frontiers of medical diagnostics is the race for more sensitive blood tests. The ability to detect extremely rare proteins could make... more
Micro-control of liver metabolism  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
A new discovery has shed light on small RNAs called microRNAs in the liver that regulate fat and glucose metabolism. Research shows that a molecular anticipation, during fast to re-feed transition, is essential for capping glucose production by the liver.... more
Apple 6K display in depth – Back to the Mac 012 [Video]  9to5Mac · 2 days
According to a report from reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will launch its first 6K display for the Mac Pro this year. This report... more
Food allergies and multiple sclerosis: New link  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 days
Investigating the correlation between allergy and inflammatory disease activity, a team of investigators has found new evidence connecting food allergies and relapses of multiple sclerosis. more
FDA officially warns against buying young blood  THE VERGE · 2 days
The US Food and Drug Administration is officially warning consumers that buying young blood infusions to improve their health is not a... more
Multinational initiative to study familial primary distal renal tubular acidosis  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 days
In addition to regulating the body's fluid balance, by excreting greater or smaller amounts of urine, the kidneys also maintain the proper balance of electrolytes (salts) and the... more
Unique gene therapy approach paves new way to tackle rare, inherited diseases  NEWS MEDICAL · 3 days
Nonsense mutations are single-letter errors in the genetic code that prematurely halt the production of critical proteins. These unfinished proteins are unable to function... more
Getting to Mars may happen only if we can grow food in space  PHYS.ORG · 3 days
Decades after the last human set foot on the moon, NASA is contemplating setting up a permanent base there or sending astronauts... more
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Star Trek's formula for sustainable urban innovation
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Sandwich chain Jimmy John’s is revolting against Uber Eats and other food delivery apps
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Our 'bee-eye camera' helps us support bees, grow food and protect the environment
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Rhomboid enzymes warp space to break cellular speed limit
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How light-farming chloroplasts morph into defensive warriors
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The curious link between brain diseases and blue-green algae
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