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Tons Of People Say They’re Losing Their Hair On The Keto Diet

Okay, so you’re on the keto diet and losing some serious weight—but you’re also noticing a little more hair in the shower drain…and in your hair brush…and all over your clothes. What gives? Is keto to blame? Unfortunately, maybe. The Instagram hashtag #ketohairloss is full of horror stories (and before-and-after pics) of people who started

A deep-dive into the impact of arthritis drugs on gene expression

A new computational framework has revealed key differences between four rheumatoid arthritis medications and their impact on biological pathways in mice. Niki Karagianni of Biomedcode Hellas SA, Greece, and colleagues present their new approach and findings in PLOS Computational Biology. People with rheumatoid arthritis often receive medications that target and inhibit Tumor-Necrosis Factor (TNF), a

Anne Hathaway Cuts Back on Work to Spend More Time With Her Son

Hollywood stars experience a lot of pressure to pack their schedules to the brim with multiple projects, award shows, and public appearances. But those time commitments can take a toll on family life, which is why actress Anne Hathaway is cutting back on work to spend more time with her three-year-old son, Jonathan Rosebanks. Hathaway,

Tweeting their own horn: Author self-promotion on Twitter increases research dissemination

Researchers from the University of Toronto presented a new study at CHEST Congress 2019 Thailand in Bangkok that aimed to determine the effect of authors’ self-promotion on the social media site, Twitter, in regards to the dissemination of their research. Tweets referencing scientific articles published between June 2011-January 2017 were gathered through Altmetric.com. The study

Doctors unclear on legal obligations in caring for patients with disability

(HealthDay)—Practicing physicians might not understand their legal responsibilities when caring for people with disability, which may contribute to inequalities in their care, according to a study published online April 1 in Health Affairs. Nicole D. Agaronnik, from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, and colleagues interviewed 20 practicing physicians across five specialties to examine the knowledge

Climate Change: Heat-induced heart attack risk on the rise

Heart attack, or myocardial infarction, is the number one cause of death worldwide. A study published in the European Heart Journal by scientists at Helmholtz Zentrum München and colleagues from a range of other Bavarian institutions shows that the risk of suffering a heat-induced heart attack has increased significantly in recent years. During the same

Ben Affleck On Trying J. Lo’s 10-Day Challenge

  Jennifer Lopez’s 10-day challenge of no carb, no sugar has been making rounds on the internet as she challenged other celebrities like Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, Leah Remini and Hoda Kotb to accept it. And guess who else joined the competition? It’s J. Lo’s ex-beau Ben Affleck who just jumped in and took on the dare