Why Your Next Big Idea Should Come From a Team

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Let’s be clear: It’s innovate or die out there. Ideas are the currency that buys you a starring role in today’s workplace. But too many people prioritize ownership over adoption, and watch their ideas waste away as a result. Truth is, you’ll be more effective if you work collaboratively with a team to turn ideas Read More

Could this device help to prevent the harms of sitting?

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Continuously moving while sitting at a desk may boost metabolic rate more than sitting or standing at a desk, according to new research led by the University of Illinois at Chicago. Using a desk fitted with a movable footrest raises metabolic rate more than sitting or standing at a desk. Lead study author Craig A. Read More

New Stem Cell Treatment Offers Dramatic Burn-Healing Potential

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A med-tech startup has developed a fast and easy way to treat certain burn wounds with stem cells. RenovaCare harvests a variety of cells, including stem cells, from a healthy area of skin on a patient. Those cells are then suspended in a water-based solution, which is loaded into the company’s SkinGun and sprayed onto the Read More

Is Type 2 Diabetes An Autoimmune Disease?

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Type 2 diabetes is in the process of being redefined as an autoimmune disease rather than just a metabolic disorder, said an author of a new study published in Nature Medicine this week, the findings of which may lead to new diabetes treatments that target the immune system instead of trying to control blood sugar. As part of the Read More

All you need to know about egg yolk

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Egg yolks used to have a bad reputation because of their high-cholesterol content. Doctors and health authorities once recommended that people limit egg yolk consumption, especially individuals with high cholesterol, blood pressure, or heart conditions. But more focused research indicates that high blood levels of cholesterol are less influenced by cholesterol-containing foods, such as eggs, than individual Read More

Why do my muscles feel sore after exercise?

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Whether you are cramming in some last-minute exercise before the holidays or trying a new workout, beware of aching muscles. But why does your body feel so sore, and what can you do to speed up recovery? Delayed onset muscle soreness can hit some people particularly hard. Have you decided to make a start on Read More

How can we switch off hunger in the brain? Study sheds light

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Many of us think that controlling our food cravings and sticking to a diet depend largely on our willpower, but our biology has a different story to tell. Now, new research shows that a complex interplay between calories, digestion hormones, and neurons determines what we eat and when. What happens in our brain when we’re Read More

The Stupid Easy Change That Made Me Ask Better Questions

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During an average workday, I ask a lot of questions. I mean a lot. I’ll be the first to admit that there’s nothing inherently wrong with that. However, recently I had a somewhat brutal “aha!” moment: I’m really not that great at asking questions. What do I mean? Here’s what my typical question looks like: Should Read More

The eight best day trips from London

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With so many world-class things to see and do in London, planning a day trip away from it can feel akin to lounging on a sunbed in Mauritius researching beach holidays. But England is spoilt rotten with attractions meaning a day away from the capital is definitely worthwhile and generally just a short train ride away. Impressive and mysterious, Read More