A Common Food Additive Called Trehalose Might Be Responsible for the Clostridium difficile Epidemic by F. Perry Wilson

Trehalose, in the food-supply since 2000, may play a role in the increased prevalence and toxicity of Clostridium difficile, according to a new study.

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Early Puberty in Girls Linked with Depression / Antisocial Behavior in Adulthood by F. Perry Wilson

A new study appearing in the journal Pediatrics now suggests that early puberty in girls can lead to depression and antisocial behavior well into adulthood, suggesting that the difficulties of those teenage years are far from fleeting.

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A Study Showing Gingko Biloba Improved Cognition After Stroke Is an Example of Lord's Paradox by F. Perry Wilson

A randomized trial, appearing in the journal Stroke and Vascular Neurology, found that Gingko Biloba – the ubiquitous supplement –improved cognitive function among patients with acute ischemic stroke. Or… did it?

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Vaccine Skeptics Value "Purity" over "Protection from Harm" by F. Perry Wilson

The study found that individuals with high "vaccine hesitancy" placed higher importance on moral concepts of purity and liberty than other moral foundations.

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Study Reveals Broad Mislabeling and Adulteration Among Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs) Marketed as "Nutritional Supplements" by F. Perry Wilson

Nearly half of the products analyzed contained no SARMs, and 4 out of 44 actually contained tamoxifen, a selective estrogen receptor modulator.

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