Friday, 26 February 2021
Friday, 26 February 2021
Health & Medicine
Mind & Braind
More Natural Light Will Give you Better Health
The benefits of natural light are considerably more prominent than those that provide artificial light.
Could mental health influence the effectiveness of vaccines?
A study reveals that mental health can influence how the immune system reacts to a vaccine
These are the main types of psychotherapy
When deciding to take psychological treatment for your mental health, it is important that you bear in mind that there are several types of psychotherapy that exist
This is how World Cancer Day was celebrated this year
Last Thursday, February 4, the fight against cancer was celebrated around the world under the slogan "I am and I am going to"
US adults report highest stress level since early days of the COVID-19 pandemic
More than 80% report emotions associated with prolonged stress, says post-inauguration stress in America survey
Opinion: can democratization of information be dangerous for mental health?
The tools to treat mental health have increased considerably in recent years, but not all of them are optimal for everyone
COVID-19 cases, deaths in US increase with higher income inequality
U.S. counties with higher income inequality faced higher rates of COVID-19 infections and deaths in the first 200 days of the pandemic, according to a new study
The Israeli miracle in vaccination against Covid
The Mediterranean country has already managed to vaccinate more than 20% of its population
Our Health and The Environment: Indissoluble Formula
The dynamics of the world have caused natural capital to present variations and climate transformations.
Study: Colleges can prevent 96% of COVID-19 infections with common measures
The study found that a combination of just two common measures--distancing and mandatory masks--prevents 87% of campus COVID-19 infections and costs only $170 per infection prevented
Looking forwards rather than backwards safeguards wellbeing during Covid-19 lockdowns
Practicing gratitude and looking to the future will help safeguard our mental wellbeing during Covid-19 lockdowns, a new study in the Journal of Positive Psychology reports
Do politicians deserve a vacation during the pandemic?
Several Latin American politicians and officials are in the eye of the hurricane for traveling during the pandemic
3 podcasts that will help you start the year right
These podcasts may be what you are looking for to start 2021 the right way, which ones do you already know?
These memes can be good for your health
Health is not a joke, ... well, it is when you find these memes
Brazilian study alerts on risk of diabetes due to confinement
The quarantines imposed by most governments to reduce the spread of Covid-19 may increase the risk of suffering from diabetes
Opinion: The problem of "self-care"
The beauty and wellness industries found a gold mine that is trending in networks
Memes are part of a healthy diet
We believe that you should eat healthy, but we find the memes that lead us to the contrary
The Pros and Cons of a Career in NICU Nursing
Neonatal nursing is one of the most highly sought-after sub-specialties of the nursing profession.
The best memes about Pfizer
This week vaccinations began worldwide with the Pfizer vaccine, and with the vaccines came the memes about this brand and the vaccine
How to prevent muscle aches caused by teleworking
Causes and possible solutions to problems caused by poor posture or muscle tension
Is Latin America ready for the COVID-19 vaccine?
Logistical problems and access to equipment are the main challenges that the region will have to face for vaccination against COVID-19
Medicine-carriers made from human cells can cure lung infections
A recent study shows a potential new strategy for treating infectious diseases, including COVID-19
COVID-19 amplifies inequalities in healthcare access for ethnic minority and migrant women
In their recent research paper, published in the Feminist Legal Studies journal, it is said existing barriers to medical care for these marginalized women have been intensified by the pandemic
New tool helps predict outcomes for COVID-19
A new assessment tool developed by Kaiser Permanente researchers and physicians helps guide clinical decisions in emergencies
Think you have COVID? This camera could tell you
A key symptom of COVID-19 - oxygen saturation - is now being estimated remotely from a camera, thanks to research from University of South Australia
Doctors use existing treatment earlier to save the lives of Covid-19 patients
The lives of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 are being saved by doctors who are using an existing medical treatment at an earlier stage
How to protect healthcare workers from COVID-19
Researchers are developing simple and inexpensive tools--like a DIY ventilator--to treat patients more effectively and prevent disease transmission in hospitals
Colombia Contributes Female Talent for The COVID-19 Vaccine
They claim that Pfizer's vaccine is 95% effective in preventing COVID-19 cases, according to CNBN Television.
COVID-19 cases could nearly double before Biden takes office
Proven model developed by WashU predicts 20 million infected Americans by late January
COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness to be affected heavily by infrastructure, public attitudes
There are lots of ways to think about the effectiveness of a vaccine,' says Massachusetts General Hospital investigator Rochelle Walensky, MD
MMR vaccine could protect against COVID-19
The measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine has been theorized to provide protection against COVID-19
Massive dataset reveals which governments have best responded to COVID-19 pandemic
Researchers study the ability of democracies to react to global crisis
COVID-19 highlights risks of wildlife trade
International research team including Göttingen University makes urgent call for more effective wildlife trade legislation
How to Help Yourself Fully Recover Following a Car Accident
If you or someone you know has experienced a car accident, the road to recovery is a long and difficult process
No pain - no gain, and other fitness memes
We know that there are people who take their physical training very seriously, but fitness can be a lot of fun
Time to rethink predicting pandemic infection rates?
Forecasting cannot foresee COVID-19 infection rates peaking or plateauing
Common SARS-CoV-2 mutation may make coronavirus more susceptible to a vaccine
The mutation is not expected to interfere with the effectiveness of vaccines under development
How will COVID-19 affect our next generation?
In-utero exposure to the coronavirus pandemic could cause developmental difficulties and accelerated aging in the century ahead, say USC researchers
Employment insecurity linked to anxiety and depression among young adults during COVID-19
New research shows young adults who experience employment insecurity due to the coronavirus pandemic report common symptoms of anxiety and depression
Recommendations for fair and regulated access to a COVID-19 vaccine
The first COVID-19 vaccines could be authorized as early as the start of 2021
Using machine learning to track the pandemic's impact on mental health
Textual analysis of social media posts finds users' anxiety and suicide-risk levels are rising, among other negative trends
The best fiction books on pandemics
Let's see the best books on scary viruses
Stanford engineers have developed a genetic microlab that can detect COVID-19 in minutes
Using "lab on a chip" technology, Stanford engineers have created a microlab half the size of a credit card that can detect COVID-19 in just 30 minutes
Better health - for people and the planet - grows on trees
Tropical fruit trees can improve health, reduce hunger, boost incomes, and fight climate change; so why don't we grow and eat more?
Some COVID-19 "long haulers" experience lasting skin problems
A research team evaluated almost 1,000 cases of patients with skin manifestations of COVID-19
Remdesivir for COVID-19: FDA approved but still unproven
Researchers say effective public health strategies are more urgently needed
COVID-19 infection may be part of a 'perfect storm' for Parkinson's disease
There's people developing Parkinson's-like symptoms in the weeks following infection with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19
Efficacy, politics influence public trust in COVID-19 vaccine
La aceptación de la vacuna aumenta si su efectividad aumenta al 90%
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