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How to Prevent Acne, According to Dr. Pimple Popper — Interview – Allure

Lee’s final and most severe acne category contains nodules and cysts. This sometimes-painful acne lies deeper in the skin and often looks like a rash of red bumps. Lee doesn’t list a specific cause for this category because it’s so subjective. “Cystic acne has a lot to do with your hormones and genetics,” she explains.… Read More »

Is Nutrition Research Broken? An Interview with Taylor Wallace – Scientific American

My guest on today’s podcast is Dr. Taylor Wallace. Taylor is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Nutrition and Food Studies at George Mason University and CEO at the Think Healthy Group, Inc. His research and work focus on how we can use diet as a tool to prevent chronic disease. In this interview,… Read More »

HUMM Releases First Affordable Patch for Improving Working Memory: Exclusive Interview

We previously interviewed Humm, a San Francisco-based neuroscience company, when they had first released their Edge headset – an electrical stimulation device that helped users by boosting their working memory. Humm is focused on helping people continue to learn and grow throughout their lives. The idea behind their innovations is that through stimulation of the… Read More »

Diagnostic Blood Tests in Minutes: Interview with Brianna Wronko, Founder and CEO of Group K Diagnostics

We have all had to wait for test results after a doctor’s visit. In cases where a serious disease is suspected, a prolonged waiting period can be one filled with agonizing worry and anxiety. In certain scenarios, receiving medical test results earlier may even positively impact the treatment course – allowing patients to start therapy… Read More »

Keeping Up-to-Date on COPD Controversies: A Clinician Interview

The Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (GOLD) aims to increase awareness and research regarding chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), with the overarching goal of improving COPD prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. The GOLD annual report provides recommendations for COPD management; however, the scientific committee responsible for developing these recommendations notes that there are still… Read More »