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Ali Pattillo

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Past articles by Ali:

Grape-seed study reveals antioxidant compound may boost longevity

A new discovery, published in the journal 'Nature Metabolism,' suggests a key component of grape seeds called PCC1 can increase the health and lifespan of mice. → Read More

Covid-19 misinformation: Doctors reveal the other pandemic we're losing

Oncologist and science communicator Shikha Jain shares what it's like to spread basic scientific facts, and face harassment, bullying, and threats online. → Read More

5 Netflix nature documentaries that will get you through winter

It's possible to get nature's mood-boosting effects from your couch. Start with these 5 nature documentaries currently streaming on Netflix. → Read More

4 essential strategies to reboot your life in 2021

Leadership capacity expert Robert Glazer outlines four core strategies to elevate your life and unlock your full potential. → Read More

Using lab-grown muscle, scientists discover exercise combats inflammation

Researchers discover exercising muscle has a "self-defense mechanism" that chronic inflammation. → Read More

Will the national mask mandate stop Covid-19? What scientists predict

Public health experts say Biden's national mask mandate is both symbolic and practically meaningful in fighting Covid-19. → Read More

Neuroscience study reveals why the brains of musicians are different

Scientists find learning music early in life actually makes the brain more structurally and functionally connected. → Read More

Why do our minds wander? Brain study shows benefits of daydreaming

Researchers outline the cognitive benefits of daydreaming, developing a way to detect different trains of thought in the brain. → Read More

Covid-19 may harm male fertility in 4 ways, sexual health report finds

In a review of Covid-19 studies published in the journal "Open Biology," researchers outline how the disease may influence men's reproductive health. → Read More

Are depression and intelligence related? Scientists say the answer is in our genes

Scientists combed through a massive genetic dataset and discovered depression and intelligence have a "dual relationship," with mixed effects. → Read More

Studies show 1 brain hack can stop addiction cold

Neuroscientist Judson Brewer explains how to leverage your brain mechanisms to overcome even the most addictive habits. → Read More

Gut microbiome imbalances influence the likelihood of 'long-Covid'

New research suggests gut microbiome disturbances may influence Covid-19 severity. → Read More

Why a specific view of masculinity gave rise to Donald Trump — study

Psychology researchers discover one type of masculinity drives Trump supporters more than others. → Read More

10 exceptional people who made a difference during Covid-19

Covid-19 heroes who made an outsized difference in the midst of an overwhelming health crisis. → Read More

Detox science: How to actually 'cleanse' the body in 4 steps

While wildly popular, detox programs have little science backing them up. Instead, take four simple steps to support your natural detox system. → Read More

Two sensory symptoms are warning signs of Covid-19 infection — study

Growing evidence suggests clinicians might have overlooked a key clue of possible coronavirus infection: new-onset loss of smell or taste. → Read More

World's largest study on New Year's resolutions reveals 1 tip for thriving in 2021

According to a new study on New Year's resolutions, people who create resolutions to add behaviors rather than erase them are more likely to change. → Read More

How you measure happiness depends on where you live

In a new study — spanning over 15,000 people in 63 countries — researchers discovered how people measure happiness also varies from culture to culture. → Read More

Inside a Covid-19 support group, where a long-haul future is faced head-on

Through virtual support groups, Covid-19 long-haulers are banding together, fighting for their mental health, and demanding better care. → Read More

Two tweaks to the Mediterranean diet make it especially healthy for men

The Mediterranean diet — with a green twist — could be a game-changer for men's health. → Read More