Tylenol May Be Risky for Pregnant Women – A New Review of 25 Years

By Ann Z. Bauer, University of Massachusetts Lowell NS Research Summary This is a short excerpt about interesting academic studies. big idea Increasing evidence suggests that the use of acetaminophen, commonly known by the brand name Tylenol, during pregnancy may pose risks to the fetus and early childhood development. This was a result new review …

50 Years Ago, First CT Scan Allowed Doctors to See Inside a Living Skull

By Edmund S. Higgins, South Carolina Medical University The possibility of precious objects hidden in secret rooms can really fire the imagination. in the mid-1960s, British engineer Godfrey Hounsfield He wondered if he could detect hidden areas in the Egyptian pyramids by capturing cosmic rays passing through unseen voids. Over the years he has clung …

American Muslims at High Risk of Suicide – 20 Years After 9/11

By Amelia Noor-Oshiro, Johns Hopkins University This year, 9/11 is of dual significance to Americans nationwide. It is not only the 20th anniversary of the tragic events and loss of life since September 11, 2001, but also National Suicide Prevention Awareness Week. For American Muslims who are both victims increasing rates of Islamophobic violence and …

1.5 years of weight and muscle gain progress + Caroline Girvan mini review

Hi all, I wanted to share it here because I hope someone will find this useful! The transformation took over 1.5 years, but in the last 5-6 months, my progress has really accelerated, which is when I started weightlifting seriously with Caroline Girvan’s programs. Photos: https://imgur.com/a/ftDLJSV Stats: 5’7” 27 F 113–>123 lbs Nutrition: In the …

25 Years Study of Black Women, Links to Frequent Use of Ash-Based Hair

Kimberly Bertrand, Boston University Research Summary is a short excerpt about interesting academic studies. big idea Frequent and prolonged use of lye-based hair straightening products or relaxers may increase the risk of breast cancer in Black women compared to more moderate use. of Boston University Black Women’s Health Study It followed 59,000 African-American women for …