Month May 2022

Why Diabetes Is a Risk Factor for COVID-19 Infections

This unique study is the first to show that diabetes and COVID-19 infection are connected:Both are thought to be directly to immune cells in the lung that are helping facilitate the spread of the virus. In this study we have… Continue Reading →

Experts explain what it means when your body starts hurting

The pain morning light brings is a familiar one and for many its a cause for concern. But if you dont mind twisting through your clothes it shouldnt bother you one little bit. What if this pain is coming from… Continue Reading →

COVID-19 Handnessuality Phase: There is a Decline and This Might Stop People from Suffering It

ShareTweetCard anyone who suffers from anxiety to immediately check their email for community peer support. It starts with sending messages of support. Writing letters of support and posting on social media which is a fast way to reduce stress and… Continue Reading →

Mindfulness training may ease symptoms of mood disorders

Meditation may help ease symptoms of mood disorders such as depression and anxiety in people who are not able or unwilling to engage in intense brain activity known as task-focused attention according to a Yale-led study. Mindful meditation involves no… Continue Reading →

Allowing breast cancer survivors to drive down alcohol barriers may boost their recovery

In a surprising finding a federally funded clinical trial involving nearly 400 breast cancer survivors has found that allowing cancer survivors to drive down their alcohol intake may provide a boost to their physical and psychological well-being. In a 22-country… Continue Reading →

Trump delays drug pricing speech as prices rise

U. S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he would hold off on holding a speech scheduled for Wednesday aimed at addressing rising prescription drug prices saying it was beyond his time frame to do so. The GOP president seeking… Continue Reading →

Scientists uncover new therapy targets for deadly kidney cancer

When Ronald Shawn Gussield Jr. a good soldier in the long-term prognosis of his rare aggressive type of kidney cancer was diagnosed with the disease hed expected the fight to be quick and aggressive. Instead the cancer took 17 years… Continue Reading →

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