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There Are 9 Types Of Vegan Bread Available At Subway

Whether you’re a longtime herbivore or new to this whole plant-based diet thing, you no doubt know the absolute struggle of finding vegan eats at chain restaurants like Subway. Sure, you can go for dressing-free iceberg salads or sandwiches made with just raw veggies and vinegar, but, girl, you deserve better. Luckily, the momentum of

Synthesis considers how being smart helps you at school and school helps you become smarter

Academic achievement plays an important role in children’s development because academic skills, especially in reading and math, affect many outcomes, including educational attainment, performance and income at work, health, and longevity. A new synthesis looked at the relation between academic achievement (reading, math) and cognitive abilities (working memory, reasoning, executive function), and offered suggestions on

See Pregnant Stars’ Baby Bumps at the Grammys

Baby bumps are the best accessory! Beyoncé, Gwen Stefani and other pregnant stars have rocked the Grammys red carpet over the years. The “Run the World” singer performed at the 2017 awards show the same month she announced that she was pregnant with twins. Her budding belly was on full display as she sang “Love

Virus screenings to begin at three US airports amid outbreak in China

Federal authorities will begin screening airline travelers arriving from Wuhan, China, for signs that they may be infected with a new coronavirus that is spreading in Asia, officials announced Friday. Passengers flying into Los Angeles International Airport, San Francisco International Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York will be examined for the

Standardized screening for ASD recommended at 18, 24 months

(HealthDay)—Standardized screening for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is recommended at ages 18 and 24 months in primary care, according to a clinical report published online Dec. 16 in Pediatrics. Susan L. Hyman, M.D., from the Golisano Children’s Hospital at the University of Rochester in New York, and colleagues updated the 2007 American Academy of Pediatrics

Poorest patients most at risk from emergency surgery

The risk of dying as a result of emergency surgery is significantly higher for patients living in the most deprived areas, a new UCL-led study finds. The research, published in the British Journal of Anaesthesia, examined the outcomes of nearly 59,000 patients who underwent an emergency laparotomy—one of the most commonly performed major emergency surgical

Cap your alcohol at 10 drinks a week: New draft guidelines

New draft alcohol guidelines, released today, recommend healthy Australian women and men drink no more than ten standard drinks a week and no more than four on any one day to reduce their risk of health problems. This is a change from the previous guidelines, released in 2009, that recommended no more than two standard

Wild Rice Isn't Actually Rice At All…

If you’ve hesitated when picking between white rice and brown rice while ordering from your favorite takeout joint, you’re definitely not the only one. White rice tastes so good soaked in sweet and sour sauce, but isn’t brown rice better for you? Considering the age of keto and low-carb everything has many people throwing grains