Poor oral health may contribute to declines in brain health

Research Highlights: Adults who are genetically prone to poor oral health may be more likely to show signs of declining brain health than those with healthy teeth and gums. Early treatment of poor oral health may lead to significant brain health benefits. Embargoed until 4 am CT/5 am ET, Thursday, Feb. 2, 2023 DALLAS, Feb. … Read more

Dave Ramsey has a blunt message for young adults who still live with their parents. 3 things you need to do to get ahead (and get your own place)

‘Momma can’t protect you’: Dave Ramsey has a blunt message for young adults who still live with their parents. 3 things you need to do to get ahead (and get your own place) More young adults are choosing to live at home with their parents — but many of them are using what they are … Read more

Serendipity leads Michael Lynch to being named Regents Professor

February 2, 2023 Lynch lauded for visionary approach in quantitative genetics As one of the world’s leading quantitative geneticists, Michael Lynch knows everything there is to know about natural evolution. Including the fact his life hardly evolved naturally. “I’ve thought about that quite a bit,” said Lynch, a professor in Arizona State University’s School of … Read more

The Band That Best Captures the Sound of the ’70s

No decade is dominated by a single genre of popular music, but the 1970s was arguably more important than most. What’s the sound of the ’70s? Is it … folk rock? (Neil Young’s harvest turned 50 last year.) Progressive rock? (Prog’s nadir, Yes’s Tales From Topographic Oceans, was released in 1973 and promptly crashed under … Read more

How many top QB recruits transfer? The staggering attrition of CFB’s most coveted players

For college quarterbacks, transferring is now standard operating procedure. If you’re not playing, you’re leaving. If you are playing and one thing goes wrong, like a season-ending injury or a coaching change, you’re probably leaving. The Athletic Studied the careers of the top 50 high school quarterbacks who signed with FBS programs in the recruiting … Read more

‘Dr. Phil’ Is Ending After Years of Scandals. ‘Good Riddance,’ Critics Say.

Weiss Eubanks/NBCUniversal/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images After 21 seasons of sensational programming focused on everything from delinquent offspring to rampant substance abuse to extramarital affairs, dr Phil, the hit daytime talk show led by dr. Phil McGraw, will end after its current season per the host’s choice, Variety reported Tuesday. It’s the end of … Read more

The delicate, difficult struggle to get healthy food in rural West Virginia | News

Editor’s note: This article was first printed by Mountain State Spotlight on Jan. 26. CLAY — On a recent weekday, Sarah Williams was doing what she does most Tuesday mornings: Waiting for a weekly delivery of produce, meat and dairy products for her mom-and-pop grocery store, Small Town Market. “You know it’s Tuesday, but you … Read more

Undiagnosed Fabry Disease in Heart Changes, Kidney Impairment

A long clinical history of cardiac alterations, including heart valve impairments, without an apparent cause and accompanied by kidney dysfunction may be a sign of undiagnosed Fabry disease, a case report suggests. The report, “Transcatheter Tricuspid Valve Replacement for Anderson Fabry Disease With Severe Tricuspid Regurgitation,” was published in CASE. Fabry disease, i.e. Anderson Fabry … Read more