Idaho health officials link 8 foodborne illnesses to raw milk dairy Idaho health officials are investigating eight illnesses in the southwest part of the state likely associated with drinking unpasteurized (raw) milk from an Idaho dairy. As of Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015, four people sickened by Campylobacter and four with E. coli 0157:H7 infections had reported drinking raw milk produced by the Natural Farm Fresh Dairy in Kuna, ID
New study explains why you bulk up with resistance training, not endurance training Resistance and endurance exercises activate the same gene, PGC-1?, but the processes stimulated for the muscles to adapt depend on the exercise type. A new study offers insight into why the physical changes from resistance exercise are so different than from endurance exercise.
People with sedentary lifestyles are at increased risk of developing kidney disease Being sedentary for too long during the day may be a risk factor for chronic kidney disease.
Team-based treatment is better for first episode psychosis Treating people with first episode psychosis with a team-based, coordinated specialty care (CSC) approach produces better clinical and functional outcomes than typical community care, new research shows. Investigators also found that treatment is most effective for people who receive care soon after psychotic symptoms begin.
Algae virus can jump to mammalian cells New research provides first direct evidence that an algae-infecting virus can invade and potentially replicate within some mammalian cells. It follows up a 2014 study that found signs of a chlorovirus in throat swabs of human participants