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In this edition of Medical Myths, we tackle 12 myths related to allergies. We cover intolerances, pollen, hypoallergenic breeds, and more.
In this Special Feature, we look at the anecdotal evidence that going gluten-free could help relieve period pain. Two health experts weigh in on the topic.
The latest edition of Medical Myths focuses on the skin. We cover black salve, exfoliation, sun exposure, chocolate, cell phones, and much more.
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This edition of Medical Myths marks World Blood Donor Day by unearthing and overturning some of the myths associated with the vital act of blood donation.
We spoke with a dermatologist specializing in darker skin about education, trust, and the underrepresentation of People of Color in clinical research.
Written by Nicole Galan, RN 2 studies cited
Written by Yvette Brazier 9 studies cited
In this Honest Nutrition feature, we tackle the issue of funding: Who funds nutrition research, and do funding sources impact study credibility?
In this Special Feature, health articles we examine how the COVID-19 pandemic is evolving in Southeast Asia, and two experts propose solutions going forward.
Written by Jenna Fletcher 2 studies cited
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In the latest edition of Medical Myths, we investigate 10 myths that are often associated with psoriasis. We look at treatments, hygiene, types, and more.
Written by Tracey Williams Strudwick 16 studies cited
In this article, we address 11 common myths associated with hepatitis. We also provide information about the five main types of hepatitis.
Written by Jenna Fletcher 20 studies cited
Can we eat fish sustainably, is farmed fish healthy as wild-caught fish, and what are some emerging alternatives to fish? We investigate.
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Written by Zawn Villines 2 studies cited
Medical News Today Newsletter Coronavirus News Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2: Can vaccine boosters stop its spread? Written by Maria Cohut, Ph.D.
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As part of National Migraine and Headache Awareness Month, this week’s edition of Medical Myths tackles the misunderstanding surrounding migraine.
In this Special Feature, Medical News Today looks at whether or not vaccine boosters may improve protection against the Delta variant of SARS-CoV-2. global health news articles 2020