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Perforce Research Finds 68% of Online Shoppers Have Felt Like Throwing Their Phone Against the Wall When a Shopping App Crashes

Secure checkouts, accurate stock, and quick load speed are the top features consumers expect when shopping digitally this holiday season Minneapolis, MN., November 10, 2022 – Perforce Software, a provider of solutions to enterprise teams requiring productivity, visibility, and scale along the development cycle, released its Black Friday Consumer Report, revealing that 85% of consumers… Read More »

Was Your Heart Pill Approved on Fake Medical ‘Research’?

Xarelto (rivaroxaban) is a blockbuster blood thinning medication that’s been prescribed more than 80 million times in the U.S. alone.1 But the drug, which is manufactured by the Janssen Pharmaceuticals division of Johnson & Johnson, may have been approved based on manipulated data. The research in question was published by researchers with Temple University in… Read More »

Ketogenic diet for cancer research

Avocados are mainly fat and carbs but also have some protein. Dietary fat: friend or foe? PLoS One. Abstract Combining a ketogenic diet with standard chemotherapeutic and radiotherapeutic options may help improve tumor response, although more research is needed. Cancer cells use more glucose than normal cells to maintain their growth. We bring a detailed… Read More »

Research on cabbage soup diet

Soup consumption is associated with a lower dietary energy density and a better diet quality in US adults. Epidemiological studies have revealed that soup consumption is associated with a lower risk of obesity. Moreover, intervention studies have reported that soup consumption aids in body-weight management. However, little is known about mechanisms that can explain these… Read More »

Research reveals why redheads may have different pain thresholds

New research led by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) provides insights on why people with red hair exhibit altered sensitivity to certain kinds of pain. The findings are published in Science Advances. In people with red hair (as in numerous other species of animals with red fur), the pigment-producing cells of the skin —… Read More »