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Some Researchers Question Whether Synthetic Dyes In Colorful Sweets May Pose Health Risks To Your Colon And Rectum

Early-onset colorectal cancer incidence among the young, defined as those under age 50, has been rising globally since the early 1990s. Rates for colon and…

There Are Laws, Incentives And Mindset Changes In Place That Could Reduce The Medical Errors That Keep Killing Patients

Michael J. Saks, Arizona State University Dr. Christopher Duntsch was a spine surgeon so reckless, incompetent or impaired that he’s now in a Texas prison.…

The Actions Of Government And Charitable Organizations Likely Kept Millions Of Americans Out Of Food Insecurity During The Pandemic

Craig Gundersen, Baylor University Despite the profound impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the vulnerable in the United States, the percentage of Americans in food-insecure…

Offering Insight Into Vaccine Hesitancy – Unverified Reports Of Vaccine Side Effects In VAERS Aren’t The Smoking Guns Portrayed By Right-Wing Media Outlets

HEALTH Matt Motta, Oklahoma State University and Dominik Stecuła, Colorado State University Chances are you may not be not familiar with the Vaccine Adverse Event…

A New Technique Can Create Treatment Against Drug-Resistant Bacteria In Under A Week And Adapt To Antibiotic Resistance

Kristen Eller, University of Colorado Boulder The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea A new technique my colleagues…

For Investing More In Health Care During The Pandemic – Credit Ratings Are Punishing Poorer Countries

Ramya Vijaya, Stockton University Economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic depends on sustained investment in health care and social services. But while rich countries like…