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  • May 25, 2022

Electric KNEE implants could be the answer for millions of arthritis sufferers after scientists find a way to regrow cartilage with the help of a tiny electrical current

SummaryElectric KNEE implants could be the answer for millions of arthritis sufferers after scientists find a way to regrow cartilage with the help of a tiny electrical current Electric knee implants could be the answer…

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COVID Booster: New WHO-recommended drugs, smart face masks, and poor birth outcomes

The World Health Organization (WHO) has released new recommendations for the use of two drugs in the treatment of COVID-19. The first, baricitinib, was strongly recommended for treatment of severe or critical COVID-19 in combination with corticosteroids. The…

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Healthy Eating in Early Pregnancy Lowers Risks for Gestational Diabetes

Healthy Eating in Early Pregnancy Lowers Risks for Gestational Diabetes – Pregnant women who consume a healthy diet early in pregnancy have a lower risk for gestational diabetes, reveals new research from the University of…

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Older woman, younger man: Does age really matter? The Stigma Around Older Woman-Younger Man Relationships

What you need to know:Today’s woman is able to choose the kind of relationship she wants or needs, and the kind of man who suits her best. This includes the younger man.The couple must be…

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Health rituals can offer some comfort in times of stress and crisis. A range of experts explain why rituals are the well-being tools we all need right now

Anthropologists say a ritual is something we turn to in times of crisis because it is comforting in its repetitiveness. Psychologists suggest this comfort stems from the slightly rigid and formulaic nature of a ritual…

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Moffitt experts provide insight on the role of B cell immunity in endometrial cancer

Endometrial cancer is the most common cancer of the female reproductive system. Patients who have active immune responses against cancer cells tend to have better outcomes, but much of what is known focuses on only…

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‘Power is such an impactful force’

Power is such an impactful force – Power is an incredibly nuanced, difficult concept that impacts many areas of life. In a scientific, more evidence-based sense, power is the ability to influence the states of…

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Decoding imagined language to treat people suffering from aphasia University of Geneva (UNIGE) and the University Hospitals of Geneva (HUG)

In news-medical.net published an article in which claiming that What if it were possible to decode the internal language of individuals deprived of the ability to express themselves? This is the objective of a team…

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Severity of menopause symptoms can affect a woman’s cognitive performance

In eurekalert.org published an article in which claimming that Menopause is often accompanied by an array of symptoms that can detract from a woman’s quality of life. A new study suggests that the severity of…

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Following a plant-based diet lowers risk of blood clots in the brain

We know that eating more vegetables than meat is good for the environment. Now, new research tells us a sustainable approach to eating also benefits the brain in a big way. Scientists from Aarhus University…

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