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New bird flu passes to mammals and causes “zombie-like” behavior — infected animals have no fear of humans

March 28, 2023 -

The first outbreaks were observed across Europe as early as October 2021. The outbreaks are coming from a highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N1, which allegedly belongs to the Eurasian lineage, clade The strains were detected during wild bird surveillance in November 2021 and have spread rapidly across Newfoundland and Labrador Canada and the United States through wild bird reservoirs and through the domestic poultry supply, including both backyard flocks and ...

Study links midlife obesity and belly fat to cognitive aging

June 13, 2023 -

For their study, researchers at Iowa State University (ISU) analyzed data collected over the span of six years from a cohort of cognitively unimpaired adults who were in their late midlife. They found that the participants' cognitive performance was greatly influenced by two things: the amount of lean muscle mass they had and the amount of visceral adipose tissue they managed to accumulate.

Visceral adipose tissue refers to the deeply hidden "belly fat" that surrounds important ...

The revolution comes to Juilliard

February 05, 2023 -

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In September 2020, the Juilliard School’s Drama Division announced a series of “community meetings” to address “Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (EDIB) issues.” The school’s growing cadre of diversity bureaucrats would discuss Juilliard’s’ “anti-racism work.” The head of the Center for Racial Healing would give a presentation. Workshops would address such topics as “race in rehearsal” and “voice and ...

Improving brain function with light: Can light therapy help treat Alzheimer’s?

December 13, 2022 -

In 2015, Li-Huei Tsai, a neuroscientist and director of the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at MIT, discovered that exposing mice engineered to develop Alzheimer's to flickering lights for an hour each day significantly lowered the amount of beta-amyloid plaques -- a hallmark of the disease -- in their brains. Beta-amyloid is a small protein fragment that, when produced abundantly, clumps together and disrupts the function of nerve cells.

In a more recent ...

Jaw-dropping report from Ed Dowd: Hematological health claims skyrocketed 522% above trend in 2022

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"Something's going on with our workforce that we've never seen before," the founder of Phinance Technologies told hosts Dr. Drew Pinsky and Dr. Kelly Victory during the former's July 18 appearance at "Ask Dr. Drew."

"The signals found here are just ridiculous and it looks like a cover-up," he added pertaining to the alarming increase in disabilities following the rollout of mRNA vaccines.

? Ed Dowd Drops Bombshell Data: Hematological (Blood-Related) Claims Up 522% ...

STUDY: Short-term face mask use causes carbon dioxide poisoning – cognitive impairment, testicular damage, stillbirth and impaired memory

April 28, 2023 -

The study, Possible toxicity of chronic carbon dioxide exposure associated with face mask use, particularly in pregnant women, children, and adolescents was published in the peer reviewed journal, Helion.Face masks spike CO2 blood levels, destroying childhood brain development, depleting men’s sperm

Fresh air typically contains just .04% CO2. When a person puts on a mask, they are exposed to low level carbon dioxide poisoning in the range of 1.4–3.2%. In the study, CO2 ...

Apple warns users with medical devices to keep iPhones away from body because they emit EMF

April 03, 2023 -

The warning to keep the phones at a safe distance was made because most electronic devices are made with magnets or components that emit EMF, which are invisible areas of energy and are often referred to as radiation.

"Under certain conditions, magnets and electromagnetic fields might interfere with medical devices. For example, implanted pacemakers and defibrillators might contain sensors that respond to magnets and radios when in close contact," the company stated. It ...

Science-backed health benefits of acupuncture

January 11, 2023 -

Researchers have attributed acupuncture's rise in popularity to scientific studies and patient testimonials that have proven its safety and efficacy. Professional practitioners in naturopathic medicine are championing efforts to inform and educate the public about acupuncture and its widespread application.

Here are some health benefits of acupuncture according to research:Acupuncture helps treat anxiety and depression

A 2018 study published in the journal Complementary ...

Polyphenols in wild blueberries can help lower blood pressure and boost brain function

July 02, 2023 -

Polyphenols refer to a group of active compounds found naturally in plants, particularly those with vibrant hues. They are extensively studied for their beneficial properties, which include antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anticancer and anti-diabetic activities.

According to a new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (AJCN), the polyphenols in wild blueberries can also boost brain function and help maintain a healthy heart. They recommend consuming ...

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 ...

Scientists grow human brain cells in rats to study brain development and diseases

October 20, 2022 -

"Many disorders such as autism and schizophrenia are likely uniquely human, but the human brain certainly has not been very accessible," said Dr. Sergiu Pasca, senior author of the study.

The study, published online on October 12 in Nature, demonstrates a method for performing experiments that would otherwise be invasive, difficult or impossible.

The said procedure meant that researchers can now study how brain cells from patients with neuropsychiatric disorders ...

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Auditory reinforcement: Study finds reading aloud to yourself helps you retain information

January 02, 2018 -

Instead of memorizing silently, speaking words aloud promotes better long-term memory of information. Learning and memory benefits more from active involvement, in this case, speaking out the words instead of reading silently. Professor Colin MacLeod, co-author of the study and chair of the Department of Psychology at the University of Waterloo, says that learning and memorization become easier tasks when activity is involved in the process. Dr. Noah Forrin, lead author of ...

Schizophrenia patients are benefiting from “avatar therapy” which gives a face to their auditory hallucinations

August 11, 2018 -

Threatening, auditory hallucinations are symptoms of schizophrenia. Around 60 to 70 percent of patients with the illness report experiencing these hallucinations. These voices (which may or may not sound like the patient’s own voice) generate too much “noise” in one’s head, causing many schizophrenic patients to be distracted, angry, or irritated. There have also been cases of schizophrenic patients attempting suicide because of these voices. Treatment for this symptom was lackluster ...

Premature birth, scheduled or not, is detrimental: Study finds link to delay in speech and language development

July 29, 2018 -

Babies born early in the third trimester may show signs of delayed auditory cortex development, which is a part of the brain that helps infants hear and understand sounds. This can influence the development of a baby's communication skills as they get older. The findings might even help doctors successfully screen babies who could undergo difficulties so they can receive the help they need beforehand.

An infant is considered premature once it is born before 37 ...

Blind people really do have better hearing: The brain adapts to sharpen it

February 19, 2020 - auditory cortex of all the participants, both moving and stationary stimuli triggered frequency-selective responses. However, in the visual cortex where hMT+ is located, they only found evidence of frequency selectivity for moving stimuli in early-blind individuals and those who have recovered their sight. In contrast, hMT+ in individuals with sight did not show selectivity for either stimulus.

“These results suggest that early blindness results in visual areas ...

Carotenoids are also good for your hearing: Study

August 24, 2018 - auditory cortex."

The auditory cortex is the part of the brain that processes sounds and other auditory information. It can distinguish between signals and noise in order to interpret each individual sound. Some theories link this part of the brain to some forms of higher thinking, such as translating other languages.

This and other parts of the brain appear to be improved by dietary carotenoids. Improvements to visual acuity and brain power are apparently ...

The brain adapts to survive: How do people with poor eyesight develop better hearing?

October 14, 2019 -

A study published in The Journal of Neuroscience found that there are two differences in the brains of blind individuals that may be responsible for their superior hearing. This study is one of the first to investigate and provide evidence of the effects of early blindness on the auditory cortex area of the brain.

“There’s this idea that blind people are good at auditory tasks because they have to make their way in the world without visual information. We wanted ...

Nicotine exposure during development leads to hearing problems (press release)

September 20, 2006 - auditory cortex, then exposed them to different frequencies of sound. They found that nicotine made the cortex much more responsive to sound if the rats had not had exposure to nicotine during their early development. In the case of previous exposure, there was no increased sensitivity to sound. According to Metherate, this occurs most likely because the nicotine is mimicking the action of acetylcholine on their shared receptors and increasing responsiveness to sound ...

Nicotine exposure during development leads to hearing problems (press release)

September 20, 2006 - auditory cortex, then exposed them to different frequencies of sound. They found that nicotine made the cortex much more responsive to sound if the rats had not had exposure to nicotine during their early development. In the case of previous exposure, there was no increased sensitivity to sound. According to Metherate, this occurs most likely because the nicotine is mimicking the action of acetylcholine on their shared receptors and increasing responsiveness to sound ...

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