• November 29, 2021

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Is hydrogen the fuel of the future in the EU due to climate change?

Under the Innovation Fund, the EU will invest approximately €1.1 billion in seven innovative projects. Projects in energy-intensive sectors, hydrogen, carbon capture, utilisation, and storage, and renewable energy will all benefit from the funding. Belgium,…

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The Best Treatment For High Blood Pressure

Moving more and sitting less is the best “prescription” and should be the first treatment option for lowering blood cholesterol or hypertension, according to an American Heart Association (AHA) statement. In spring.org.uk published and claiming…

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Older women who eat alone face increased incidence of heart disease: Study

In thenewdaily.com.au Up until menopause, women are thought to be ‘protected’ from cardiovascular disease (CVD) because of estrogen, which helps to increase blood flow. Estrogen also serves to keep blood triglycerides low, increases HDL or…

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Pregnant women with a penicillin allergy label – reduce their exposure to antibiotics

Study Shows Penicillin Allergy Testing During Pregnancy Can Help Prevent Baby Illness Caused By Infant Infections It is well known that 9 out of 10 Americans who believe they are allergic to penicillin are not. It…

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Study: Zinc may help shorten cold, flu – Zinc shown to prevent symptoms and shorten duration of common cold and flu-like illnesses

By Ernie Mundell & Robert Preidt, HealthDay News Many people pop a zinc supplement at the first sign of a cold, and there’s new evidence supporting the habit. Australian researchers found that the supplements appear…

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Why Whale Poop Matters More Than You Might Think

A new paper [ slate.com ] in Nature suggest whales poop a lot. That’s great news! Whales might poop more than scientists previously thought. That’s one conclusion of a paper published Wednesday in Nature, in…

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Chronic hepatitis C is expensive for Ontario patients and caregivers

Peer-Reviewed Publication UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO Courtesy: eurekalert.org On eurekalert.org he published an article claiming that Ontarians with chronic hepatitis C can lose up to 20 per cent of their overall income managing their condition, a…

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Breast cancer patients can navigate care at home with a new skills kit

30-Sep-2021 11:25 AM EDT, by American College of Surgeons (ACS) He said in an essay on newswise.com that CHICAGO (September 30, 2021): With the exception of skin cancers, breast cancer is the most common cancer affecting women.…

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Differences between males and females with spinal cord injury in the experience of subliminal and explicit sexual pictures

Elia Zanin,  Carl Froilan D. Leochico,  Sara Salizzato,  Reynaldo R. Rey-Matias,  Paolo Pauletto,  Stefano Masiero &  Humberto A. Cerrel-Bazo  Spinal Cord (2021)Cite this article Metrics On nature.com he published an article claiming which is geven below:- AbstractStudy…

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Dogs learn about word boundaries as human infants do

Peer-Reviewed Publication EÖTVÖS LORÁND UNIVERSITY (ELTE), FACULTY OF SCIENCE Courtesy from eurekalert.org On eurekalert.org he published an article claiming that Dogs extract words from continuous speech using similar computations and brain regions as humans do,…

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