A study published online in the BMJ suggests that eating ultra-processed foods is associated with higher risk for developing inflammatory bowel disease, such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis: https://t.co/q7CZTqXKZC #HarvardHealth #IBD #crohnsdisease https://t.co/Wu9czGNiQg
June may be #Pride Month 🏳🌈, but October is #LGBTQHistoryMonth 📖. This year, we are celebrating by affirming our commitment to improving the health and future of this community. Learn more about our data-driven strategy to accomplish this: https://t.co/Qs8LLlsI8G. https://t.co/sRzvo2gSJT
The International Health Regulations Emergency Committee on #COVID19 reconvenes today, for the 9th time since its first meeting in January 2020. More about the IHR Emergency Committee: 👉 https://t.co/Qtsxqkr7xi https://t.co/Zsib2idkrl
Healthy lifestyle habits may contribute to better brain health and sharper thinking skills. Eating a healthy diet, for example, helps ward off “mini” #strokes that kill brain cells and lead to #cognitive decline: https://t.co/kfCg2R85Yn #HarvardHealth https://t.co/Bvj6ZLn7HG
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