Could reduced prenatal sun exposure be related to lowered cognitive ability in pandemic babies?
“The triage theory posits that some functions of micronutrients are restricted during shortage and that functions required for short-term survival take precedence over those that are less essential. Insidious changes accumulate as a consequence of restriction”
A press release from the American Chemical Society states: “A bacterial compound called butyrate that’s made by healthy microbiomes has shown promise against allergic reactions in lab tests, but it’s nasty to take orally. Today, scientists describe a more palatable way to deliver this compound and report that their “polymeric micelles” are effective against peanut […]
On May 24, 2019 Dr Jordan B Peterson posted on Facebook: “Did you know that about 20 years ago the American Psychological Association published a paper showing that most people who were sexually abused as children recovered with very little psychological damage? This is an unsayable truth. …” Dr Peterson had previously spoken of our […]
A new study by UC Santa Barbara research professor David Cleveland suggests turning lawns into vegetable gardens can reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Landscape and Urban Planning published the findings which demonstrated gardens produced 2 kg lower greenhouse gas emissions per kg of vegetable than purchased vegetables.. Cleveland said, “In addition to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, there […]
The Microbial Link to Type 1 Diabetes Researchers from NYU Langone Medical Center found that when mice genetically susceptible to Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) were given antibiotics mimicking human childhood exposures “T1D incidence was significantly higher, and microbial community composition and structure differed compared with controls.” Their paper, which was published in Nature Microbiology, also […]
A new paper published by JAMA Pediatrics examined acetaminophen use during pregnancy. From the paper: “In this study, we have demonstrated that children exposed prenatally to acetaminophen in the second and third trimesters are at increased risk of multiple behavioral difficulties, including hyperactivity and conduct problems.“ The authors stated that further research will be required […]