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Age-related macular degeneration is often followed by depression, method found that cuts risk in half

Study finds grapes can prevent blindness from age-related macular degeneration (AMD)

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Age-related macular degeneration is often followed by depression, method found that cuts risk in half

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Age-related macular degeneration is often followed by depression, method found that cuts risk in half

Developing and sticking to a coping plan can help ease symptoms of depression

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Age-related macular degeneration is often followed by depression, method found that cuts risk in half

September 23, 2014 - Age-related macular degeneration is often followed by depression, method found that cuts risk in half

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Developing and sticking to a coping plan can help ease symptoms of depression

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Study: Following a balanced diet and practicing healthy habits can help slow age-related memory loss

January 31, 2023 -

In the decade-long study of Chinese adults over the age of 60, scientists discovered that the benefits of a healthy lifestyle can also help those with apolipoprotein E (APOE) gene, which makes them susceptible to Alzheimer's disease.What is the APOE gene?

Research shows that carriers of the APOE gene, which is the strongest known risk factor for Alzheimer's and other types of dementia, saw their memory loss slow down after making good lifestyle changes like quitting ...

Heat-related deaths are mounting each summer in Europe

July 19, 2023 -

Heat-related deaths continue to pile up as scorching temperatures continue to hit Europe.

In the Italian city of Lodi, southeast of Milan, a 44-year-old road sign worker collapsed and died due to extreme heat. In another incident, two brothers aged six and seven drowned in an irrigation basin near the town of Manfredonia, Italy, as they attempted to find relief from the intense heat by swimming.

"Heat is a silent killer. So this is the main concern that ...

Texas enforces BAN on gender-related medical procedures for teens

September 08, 2023 -

Last June, Texas Gov. Greg Abbot signed into law Senate Bill (SB) 14 that enshrines prohibitions on medical interventions to "validate transgender identities." Parents of gender-confused children and LGBT advocacy groups challenged SB 14 in court, with a state district judge ruling that it violated the rights of transgender children and their families to seek appropriate medical care.

However, the Texas Supreme Court overturned the lower court's ruling and allowed ...

Carrot carotenoids found to enhance and protect eye health

May 05, 2023 -

Of the 850 known carotenoids in the food supply, just three of them – lutein, zeaxanthin, and astaxanthin – are capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier. And it is these three that Dr. Joseph Mercola says are critical for producing macular pigment in your eyes.

It appears as though lutein in particular accumulates throughout the body, which draws from these stores to promote vision, cognitive function, and more. The others are important, too, and it is critical for you ...

Hunter Biden INDICTED by Delaware federal court on GUN-RELATED CHARGES

September 19, 2023 -

Two of those three counts accuse Hunter of knowingly putting false information on a form to claim that he was not using illegal drugs when he purchased a Colt Cobra .38 Special revolver from a gun dealer in Delaware in October 2018. The third count alleges that the presidential son possessed a firearm while being a person struggling with a drug addiction. (Related: REPORT: Hunter Biden hired PR firm to clean up his Wikipedia page and make him look good.)

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Researchers uncover Bronze Age skeletons with ‘horsemanship syndrome’ in Europe

March 20, 2023 -

The team from the University of Helsinki (UH) in Finland and Hartwick College in New York state examined more than 200 Yamnaya individuals who date back to 3000 B.C. or the beginning of the Bronze Age. Originally hailing from the region around Ukraine and western Russia, the Yamnaya expanded across Europe.

The group's success purportedly stemmed from the fresh domestication of horses, which served a two-fold purpose. First, it permitted carts filled with food, weapons ...

Mark Zuckerberg’s Threads censors COVID-related searches to DISCONNECT people from knowledge

September 18, 2023 -

The social media platform carried out its renovated search engine last week, only for users to be greeted with a blank screen and a pop-up linking to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website when they type terms connected to "covid" or "long covid." Threads also blocked words like "coronavirus," "vaccines" and "vaccination" in its search engine, alongside more explicit search queries.

In a statement, a Meta spokesperson said the platform's recently ...

Summer health 101: A simple guide to address 5 heat-related illnesses

July 26, 2023 -

Healthcare professionals from Northwestern Medicine share this simple guide to address the following heat-related illnesses.Sunburn

Sunburn, although often associated, is not exactly considered a "heat illness" since it is a direct result of excessive sunlight exposure. Heat illness is a result of an increase in body temperature, as indicated in a study published in The Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association.

But by no means should sunburns be underestimated....

How to keep your brain healthy and sharp as you age

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Here are some science-proven ways to keep your brain healthy and sharp, and preserve your mental abilities as you get older.Incorporate simple brain exercises into your daily life

Playing jigsaw puzzles can challenge multiple cognitive abilities. They require analytical thinking because you have to figure out how all the pieces fit together. They develop your cognitive flexibility as you switch attention between different puzzle pieces and between colors, images, shapes and ...

Texas bills to mandate age verification for visitors of adult websites

March 30, 2023 -

Senate Bill 2164 and House Bill 3585, introduced by Republicans Sen. Bryan Hughes and Rep. Terri Leo-Wilson, seek to amend the state's Business and Commerce Code with what their bills refer to as "reasonable" age verification methods. The goal would be to regulate adult content online. (Related: Recently passed New York state bills could pave way for future legislation mandating adult enrollment in state vaccination database.)

In the proposed bills, lawmakers state that ...

Media now blaming COVID jab-related heart attacks and strokes on CLIMATE CHANGE

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A new study, we are told, links a surge in cardiovascular deaths to really warm temperatures, which apparently hurt people who are black and old at disproportionately higher rate than other demographics.

Instead of addressing the elephant in the room – Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "vaccines" – the paper instead talks a whole lot about the weather and "greenhouses gas emissions" as being responsible for about 5,500 excess cardiovascular deaths every year.

Even if the ...

House Republicans link COVID-19 origins to a “lab-related incident” in Wuhan

December 20, 2022 -

"Based on our investigation involving a variety of public and non-public information, we conclude that there are indications that SARS-CoV-2 may have been tied to China's biological weapons research program and spilled over to the human population during a lab-related incident at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV)," stated the report of the investigation led by GOP Rep. Brad Wenstrup.

A declassified report by the intelligence community in October last year did not ...

Maintain strong and healthy bones as you age with these 4 tips

October 10, 2023 -

No matter your age, it is important to maintain strong, healthy bones to preserve mobility and lower your risk of fractures. As you age, your bones naturally grow weaker as a result of testosterone loss if you're a man or estrogen loss if you're a woman. The decrease in these hormones leads to loss of bone density, which increases your risk of fractures.

Aside from age-related changes in hormones, loss of bone density is also caused by other factors, such as smoking, ...

Burning books in a Brave New 1984 World – the Age of Censorship

July 27, 2023 -

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CensorshipThe primary theme of Fahrenheit 451 is censorship. In Bradbury’s dystopia, burning books was the principal method of censorship, directed by the government, but generally supported by the masses. A form of self-censorship developed, as the dullards, intellectually lazy, and willfully ignorant, preferred books to be burned so they felt that would put them on a level playing field with the critical ...

Macron raises retirement age from 62 to 64, sparking riots across France

March 21, 2023 -

The president's March 16 edict came to fruition through a special constitutional edict. He ordered French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne to invoke Article 49.3 of the French Constitution, which gives the executive branch the power to override a legislative vote. Had the article not been invoked, the largely unpopular bill would have been shot down by the National Assembly – France's counterpart of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Macron's administration defended his ...

Age of surveillance: Authorities now have even more control over ordinary people

December 29, 2022 -

Cameras with facial recognition systems, satellites, street sensors, license plate readers, drones, credit cards, computers, phones, televisions, smart devices and other technologies are already watching every move that people are making.

And companies are utilizing this cascade of data to earn more money.

Way back in 2013, a group of scientists studied 15 months of human mobility movement data collected from 1.5 million people. They concluded that just four ...

COVID-19 vaccine data administrator reveals deaths related to bad batch of Pfizer shots

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A COVID-19 vaccine database administrator in New Zealand has gone rogue and turned into a full-blown whistleblower, revealing, for the first time, the actual number of deaths related to "bad batches" of the Pfizer vaccine. X user Kim Dotcom, who described himself in his bio as an entrepreneur, innovator, gamer, artist, internet freedom fighter and a father of six, shared a video of the said analyst being interviewed in his country regarding his damning bombshell report.

"I ...

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