Monthly Archives: May 2019

Anxiety: 11 of 21 studies say regulating gut bacteria may help

A new review evaluating the findings of 21 studies suggests that interventions regulating the intestinal flora could help reduce anxiety symptoms. …read more

Bridge of nose pain: Causes and how to treat it

There are many possible causes of pain in the bridge of the nose. Most commonly, the pain is due to an injury or sinusitis. Learn about these and other causes as well as possible treatments here. …read more

Understanding rheumatoid arthritis at the cellular level

Researchers identified ways that immune cells and joint cells interact to produce the inflammation and tissue damage seen in rheumatoid arthritis. …read more

Engineered phages treat drug-resistant infection

Engineered phages were used to treat a teenager’s life-threatening antibiotic-resistant infection. The approach could be used to combat otherwise untreatable infections. …read more

Eating highly processed foods linked to weight gain

When people ate a diet full of highly processed foods, they consumed more calories and gained more weight than when they ate a minimally processed diet. …read more