Category Archives: Health

23Apr/24

Landmark New Publication: the Forgotten Biochemistry 101 of COVID-19

TrialSite News features a paper published today in Viruses (Basel), authored by an international team of researchers, including two fellows of their nations’ academies of sciences (Colleen Aldous, senior author Wendy Hoy) and others who participated in Nobel prize-honored research (Thomas Borody, Morimasa Yagisawa). The publication reveals how coronavirus biochemistry well-established over past decades governs the morbidities of COVID-19, risk factors and therapeutic approaches. Continue reading

17Apr/24

Americans favor quality over quantity in pursuit of longevity

Americans overwhelmingly say that when they think about longevity, it’s more than just living longer—it’s about living their healthiest, best lives. While most want to live to 90—well past the average U.S. life expectancy of 77.5 years—nearly two-thirds (66%) would choose a shorter, healthier life over a longer one with health issues. Continue reading

02Feb/24

Playing a musical instrument or singing in a choir may boost your brain – new study

Michael Hornberger, University of East Anglia

Generations of parents have told their children to practice their musical instruments. Parents have good reason to keep on top of their children’s musical education, since learning an instrument is not only associated with better educational attainment but also cognition (thinking) and even intelligence scores in children. But does this musicality translate to better cognition later in life?

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22Jan/24

Mental health consequences of relentless money pursuit

Jan. 22, 2024 /Healthcare/ — There can be a significant link between the pursuit of money at any cost and mental illness. Here are some ways of this connection: Continue reading

04Jan/24

Understanding the Outbreaks in Zambia

Jan. 4, 2024 /Health/ — The recent outbreaks of Cholera, Typhoid, dysentery, syphilis, and Anthrax in Zambia are concerning and raise questions about the effectiveness of the Zambia health service and the need for transparency in data. Here’s a breakdown of the situation and potential explanations: Continue reading

25Nov/23

Autism is a condition that intelligent people have

25 November 2023 /Healthcare/ —
Does Autism Cause People To Have A Higher IQ? Evidence shows that the autistic can exhibit high IQs. However, there are also indicators of low IQ in people with ASD. Moreover, the IQ of someone with autism could be significantly lower when factoring in problems regarding the taking of IQ tests. Continue reading

13Oct/23

TCL Kicks Off World Sight Day Celebrations With ‘NXT Eye Opener’ — A Social Media Challenge, Featuring NXTPAPER

TCL, a global leader in display technology across smartphones, tablets, and connected devices, today, launches the ‘NXT Eye Opener’ social media campaign in observation of World Sight Day. Celebrating the theme , this campaign is part of TCL’s broader initiative to promote eye health, emphasizing the unique NXTPAPER technology in a world increasingly dependent on digital screens. Continue reading