Category: Health

Posted in Concussion Health Medical

Five questions: What parents should know about concussions

by Erin Digitale,  Stanford University Medical Center Stanford pediatric emergency medicine physician Angela Lumba-Brown, MD, explains what families should know about new CDC guidelines on the…

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Posted in Environment Health Living Medical

A lab-stage mRNA vaccine targeting ticks may offer protection against Lyme and other tick-borne diseases6

Andaleeb Sajid, National Institutes of Health The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea A new laboratory-stage mRNA vaccine…

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Posted in Concussion Health Medical Sports

Study: Aerobic exercise after a sport-related concussion speeds recovery in adolescent athletes

by  University at Buffalo Adolescents can speed their recovery after a sport-related concussion and reduce their risk of experiencing protracted recovery if they engage in aerobic…

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Need for new cochlear implant design for localizing sound directions

by  City University of Hong Kong Cochlear implants help deaf patients in hearing, yet the current technology remains far from perfect. A research team led by…

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Paralyzed mice are able to WALK AGAIN within four weeks following breakthrough treatment to rebuild spinal fluid cells, researchers say

The team of scientists behind the newly-published research hope to approach the Food and Drug Administration as early as next year for human trials  The…

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Posted in Health Living

Healthy guts are swarming with bugs, so what do they do?

Robert Moore, RMIT University Our gut does more than help us digest food; the bacteria that call our intestines home have been implicated in everything…

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Posted in COVID-19 Health

Merck’s Covid Pill Could Pose Serious Risks, Scientists Warn

By Josh Nathan-KazisUpdated October 8, 2021 / Original October 5, 2021 Merck ‘s announcement that its antiviral molnupiravir had halved hospitalizationsin a trial of high-risk Covid-19 patients was…

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5 Ways Your Cells Deal With Stress

By Kirstie Saltsman , Emily Carlson May 16, 2012 &nbsp; (Image credit: Stressed businessman via <a href=”http://www.shutterstock.com”>Shutterstock</a>) Stressed Out! Your heart rate speeds up. Your muscles tense. Your face may…

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Posted in COVID-19 Health Living

Why vaccine doses differ for babies, kids, teens and adults – an immunologist explains how your immune system changes as you mature

Brian Peppers, West Virginia University Human beings are born pretty helpless, with a lot of developing to do. And just as you must learn such…

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Is the rowing machine a good workout?

By Steve Hoyles 7 days ago We investigate whether the rowing machine is a good workout, and compare it to other ways of getting fit. If you…

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