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  • If you have young children, then chances are you have paracetamol in your medicine cupboard and use it to treat some of the many ailments that are part of childhood. In fact, few parents wouldn’t have used this common medication ...

  • Mucus - part of the 0.5% of saliva that is not water - contains salivary mucins, compounds that actively protect teeth from damage by the cavity-causing bacterium Streptococcus mutans, according to a new study. Previously it was ...

  • A newly published study used activity monitors to track how sleep habits changed in younger and older teens as they grew during a two-year period. Key findings, for instance that the children fell asleep later as they matured and ...

  • As the cure for colds, flus and other seasonal viruses and bacteria continues to elude us, it’s best to avoid getting sick in the first place. And good old handwashing is the cheapest and most effective form of infection control w...

  • While “killing” may be an overstatement, if you spend all day sitting in front of a computer at work or all night gaming online, your computer time could be causing you no end of grief…and I’m not talking about that racy picture y...

  • Scratching an itch causes the brain to release the mood-regulating and pain-controlling neurotransmitter serotonin, according to new research from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO. The researchers suggest ...

 
 
Unknot Your Insides
Alyssa Shaffer.