USC scientists identify the order of COVID-19's symptoms

USC researchers have found the likely order in which COVID-19 symptoms first appear: fever, cough, muscle pain, and then nausea, and/or vomiting, and
The Coronavirus Was Found on Frozen Chicken Wings

The Coronavirus Was Found on Frozen Chicken Wings

A sample of frozen chicken wings in China was found to be contaminated with the coronavirus, authorities said this week. The chicken was imported to

New study suggests ADHD- like behavior helps spur entrepreneurial activity

Many people have experienced a few nights of bad sleep that resulted in shifting attention spans, impulsive tendencies and hyperactivity the next day

Despite large numbers tested, kids in England made up just 1% of COVID-19+ cases during first wave

Children made up a very small proportion--just 1%--of all confirmed COVID-19 cases in England during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic,
You Don't Need That Protein Shake

You Don't Need That Protein Shake

If you put in the time and effort to workout, you want to get the most from the work you're putting in. Which is why so many of us mix up a protein
Southwest Kicks Off Autistic Three-Year-Old For Not Wearing Mask - Live and Let's Fly

Southwest Kicks Off Autistic Three-Year-Old For Not Wearing Mask - Live and Let's Fly

We've had a lot of discussion over masks on airplanes lately as U.S. airlines have eliminated exceptions to wearing facial coverings. But an incident
COVID-19 is fuelling a resurgence of AIDS, malaria and TB

COVID-19 is fuelling a resurgence of AIDS, malaria and TB

AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis (TB), three of the deadliest infectious diseases, together kill 2.4 million people every year, with TB alone

MSG promotes significant sodium reduction and enjoyment of better-for-you foods, according to new study

ITASCA, Illinois - A new study published in the Journal of Food Science suggests monosodium glutamate (MSG) can be used to significantly reduce

UBCO researchers link advertising to uptick in youth vaping

UBC researchers are raising the alarm about the increase of vaping among teenagers and how e-cigarette marketing strategies target youth. Assistant

The dangers of the chemical imbalance theory of depression

tA study at Harvard's McLean Hospital claims that using the language of chemical imbalances worsens patient outcomes. tThough psychiatry has largely