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Weight loss surgery more effective than obesity drugs: study

Sorry, Ozempic users. Bariatric surgery leads to longer-lasting weight loss compared with medications such as Ozempic and Wegovy or behavioral changes such as diet and exercise. New research findings. “Metabolic and bariatric surgery is the most effective and durable treatment for severe obesity. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most underutilized,” said study co-author […]

Water births do not increase risk of complications, study finds | Childbirth

Research has found that giving birth in a cold bath does not increase the risk of complications for the baby or mother. Researchers from Cardiff University assessed 73,229 records of low-risk pregnancies in which water pools were used during labour across 26 NHS organisations in England and Wales between 2015 and 2022. The analysis looked […]

Air Pollution, Wildfires Linked To 135 Million Premature Deaths: Study

Study finds weather patterns increase deaths by 14% (representative) Singapore: Pollution from human-made emissions and other sources such as wildfires was linked to about 135 million premature deaths worldwide between 1980 and 2020, a Singapore university said on Monday. Weather phenomena such as El Niño and the Indian Ocean Dipole increased concentrations of pollutants in […]

Another Study Refutes Left’s False Claims Against Voter ID and Secure Elections

Trust the science, we’ve all been told. Well, the science has spoken again: Voter ID laws aren’t discriminatory and don’t suppress anyone’s vote. For years, liberals have peddled fabricated claims about voter ID requirements, asserting that they give an advantage to the Republican Party by “discriminating against African Americans” and suppressing their vote. They pooh-pooh […]

Diet, exercise may slow decline in some Alzheimer’s patients: Study

Research suggests that a healthy diet and consistent exercise may slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease in some people with the early stages of the disease. Published Friday. The study, published in the journal Alzheimer’s Disease Research and Treatment, found that patients who made “in-depth” lifestyle changes — such as eating whole foods, exercising and […]

Study: COVID Vaccines May Have Helped Increase Excess Deaths Since Pandemic

(Photo by Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images) James Myers of OANThursday, June 6, 2024 8:18 AM COVID vaccines may be partly responsible for an “unprecedented” increase in excess deaths in the United States and other Western countries in the three years since the pandemic began, according to a new study. advertisement Scientists from the Vrije Universiteit in […]

Green Orgs’ New Study Challenges Rationale Behind One Of Biden’s Biggest Crackdowns On Major Energy Sector

A new study published by two environmental groups contradicts the stated reasoning behind President Joe Biden’s most aggressive action against the fossil fuel industry. Environmental consultancy Ceres and environmental groups Clean Air Task Force (CATF) recently study According to data from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), methane emissions from natural gas activities fell while production […]

Warming Climate Affecting Snowfall, Raising Risk Of Summer Droughts: Study

As climates around the world warm, seasonal peak river flows tend to decrease. New Delhi: Reduced snowfall across the Northern Hemisphere is affecting seasonal river flows and increasing the risk of summer droughts, a new study finds. The researchers explained that this could threaten water and food security, ecosystems and hydroelectric power. A research team […]

Female athletes react faster, make fewer errors on their period: study

Menstrual cramps just don’t suit their style. Female athletes react faster and make fewer mistakes during their period, even though they believe symptoms and feeling unwell will negatively impact their performance. According to a new study from University College London,. “This research emerged from carefully listening to female soccer players and coaches,” Paul Burgess, the […]