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Childhood Trauma Might Raise Risk of Headaches in Adulthood

One of the lingering aftereffects of childhood trauma may be painful headaches as an adult, research published Wednesday suggests. The study, a meta-analysis of existing evidence, found that people who reported traumatic events in their childhood were noticeably more likely to report headache disorders than those without such a history. The HP Spectre Fold: One …

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Millions of Americans Have Cognitive Decline and Don’t Know It

Millions of Americans and their doctors are in the dark when it comes to early cognitive decline, according to new research from the University of Southern California. A study out this week suggests that most general physicians vastly under-diagnose mild cognitive impairment among their patients, following another recent study from the same authors which found …

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Eli Lilly’s Obesity Drug Helped People Lose 25% of Their Weight in Latest Trial

New research suggests that Eli Lilly’s tirzepatide can boost existing efforts to lose weight. The company’s latest clinical trial found that people who dropped at least 5% of their weight before taking the drug went on to lose substantially more weight than those who took a placebo. Those in the treatment group ultimately lost 25% …

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Exercise or Pills for Depression? Study Finds Pros and Cons to Both

New research could complicate the narrative over using exercise to help with depression and other mental health issues. A study compared depressed and/or anxious people who joined a running program to those who took a course of antidepressants, and found that both groups experienced a similar level of mental health improvement after several months. Those …

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Scientists Print Skin That’s More Human-Like Than Anything Before It

A team of scientists may have developed a breakthrough in wound repair: bioprinted skin that’s closer to natural skin than ever. In experiments with mice and pigs, the researchers found their skin was able to accelerate wound healing with less scarring than usual. It’s possible that this technology could one day help people completely heal …

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