Dr. Miguel Maturana, chief cardiology fellow at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, understands soccer fandom. He’s a native of Chile, where the sport is often likened to a religion. “My dad used to take me to the stadium when I was 4 years old,” he said. “He would put me his… Read More
Publisher: US News & World Report
This can also happen if a child accidentally hurts the family pet, perhaps stepping on them, said Dr. Darria Gillespie, a clinical assistant professor at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Knoxville. “They snap really quickly and if the child’s hand happens to be by the face, the dog immediately releases it, but it’s… Read More
Older drivers using alcohol or drugs are much more likely to be at fault in a car crash. Researchers from the University of Memphis, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Kent State University in Ohio, and Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania collaborated on the study.
A new study published online in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics suggests that people who skipped meals, fasted or ate their meals too closely together overall had higher risks of premature death. “At a time when intermittent fasting is widely touted as a solution for weight loss, metabolic health and disease prevention, our… Read More
When someone loses a body part to amputation, he or she may experience residual, aka “phantom,” limb sensation. It’s the feeling that the body part is still present – whether after a major limb amputation, surgical removal of a finger or even following a mastectomy. Although the body part is gone, leftover physical feelings are… Read More