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Health & Wellness

Study: Low-Fiber Diets Could Be Messing With Gut Bacteria Diversity

A lack of diversity is never a good thing, especially for our microbiomes, which may be a factor in obesity.

Starting a Business

Why Small Business Failure Rates are Declining

Starting a business still carries risk, but the percentage of companies shutting down has slowed over the past few decades.

Health & Wellness

Could 'Poop Pills' Be the Key to Treating Obesity?

Researchers are examining the link between gut bacteria and metabolism in humans with new clinical trial.

Business News

Why Every Science Textbook Is Now Out of Date

Four new elements have been added to the periodic table.

Business News

Check This Out: GPS Top Hat Gives Directions With Audio Cues

The prototype may look ludicrous, but it's both hands-free and language-free.

Living

Can't Sleep? A Glass of 'Night Milk' Might Help.

Taken from cows at night, the milk's elevated levels of tryptophan and melatonin suggests it could work as a sleep aid for humans.

Living

Study: Taking Antidepressants During Pregnancy Nearly Doubles the Risk of an Autism Diagnosis

New research finds that taking antidepressants during the second or third trimester of pregnancy increased the chance of the child being diagnosed with autism by 87 percent.

Science & Technology

Are We 5 Years Away From Being Able to Reverse Aging?

One Harvard Medical School genetics professor thinks so.

Health & Wellness

Gut Bacteria May Be the Key to Weight Loss

A new study adds to the growing evidence that weight is influenced by our microbiomes.

Business News

MIT Researchers Built a Chip That Could Bring Night Vision to Cars, Phones

New graphene-based sensors could one day be integrated into car windshields and other everyday products.

Money & Finance

6 Ways R&D Tax Credits Can Help Save You Money

Don't be afraid to apply for research and development benefits if they apply to your current professional projects.

Health & Wellness

New Study Concludes That Standing Isn't Necessarily Healthier Than Sitting Down All Day

Both are problematic in that they encourage a sedentary workday.

Science & Technology

Scientific Breakthrough Could Pave Way for 'Exercise Pill'

A research team mapped out the biochemical reactions that happen in the body during a workout.

Business News

Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded to Scientists for Their DNA Repair Research

The researchers' finding could provide ammunition in the war against cancer.

Marketing

Gen Zers Are Revolutionizing Our Marketing Landscape. Here's How They Want to Be Reached.

In coming years, consumers aged 12 to 24 will contribute $44 billion to the economy annually.