Covering everything from anxiety to adult children through to needs, self-esteem and work, Will Young has written a brilliant book on wellbeing using his own life experiences as a starting point There’s real beauty in sharing stories about mental health and wellbeing. Lived experiences shared can provide others with an opportunity to open up too,
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The study covered in this summary was published on medRxiv.org as a preprint and has not yet been peer reviewed. Key Takeaways Why This Matters COVID-19 vaccine efficacy and the effects anticancer treatments may have on that efficacy are not fully understood for people with blood cancers. Understanding factors influencing vaccine effectiveness in this patient
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The COVID-19 pandemic has spiked the overdose death rate from opioid use. For people who rely on medications (buprenorphine, methadone, and extended-release naltrexone) to treat opioid use disorders, the pandemic and such natural disasters as tornados, hurricanes, and wildfires can disrupt access to medications. And new Yale-led research published April 19 in JAMA Network Open
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From the podcast that’ll have you reflecting on your life so far, to the course that will broaden your horizons, open your mind to our latest top recommendations 1. Page-turners My Tiny Kitchen Garden by Felicity Hart If you have limited space, or no outdoor space at all, but have always dreamed of growing your
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Researchers have used a technology that utilizes sound to treat tumors. Apart from breaking down tumors, it also helps prevent the recurrence and further spread of cancer. The new technique is called histotripsy, and it essentially disrupts tumors using “precisely controlled acoustic cavitation,” the researchers noted in their paper, published in Cancers. “Our transducer, designed and built
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Sips of pickle juice may be all it takes to lessen the severity of muscle cramps in adults with cirrhosis, according to results of the PICCLES randomized controlled trial. In the trial, patients with cirrhotic cramps who sipped pickle brine at the onset of a muscle cramp saw a significant decrease in cramp severity relative
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Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. Haven’t heard of it? Well, you’ve probably studied it — experimenting with dunking, twisting and separating to find the best Oreo eating experience. Whether you prefer the filling intact on one half of the cookie
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Lifelong excess weight almost doubles a woman’s risk of developing womb cancer, according to a Cancer Research UK-funded study published in BMC Medicine. The international study looked at genetic samples from around 120,000 women from Australia, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Sweden, the UK, and the USA, of which around 13,000 had endometrial cancer, the most common
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A healthcare worker fills a syringe with Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at the Giorgio Companies site in Blandon, PA where the CATE Mobile Vaccination Unit was onsite to administer Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines to workers, April 14, 2021. Ben Hasty | MediaNews Group | Reading Eagle via Getty Images Moderna on Tuesday released clinical data demonstrating that
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Doctors have already proven their worth. We have succeeded beyond what most of the population will achieve. And yet, there are certain goals we cannot seem to achieve. And the worst part is that we know we could do it, and the person getting in our way is someone we know well. We look at
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Tania Bryer, chair of the National Events Committee Tania Bryer is a well-recognised broadcaster for CNBC and Sky. Her critically acclaimed show, CNBC Meets, sees her interview some of the world’s most inspiring figureheads to explore how their philanthropy is transforming lives. She is also host and moderator at prestigious events including the Davos World
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Understanding the symptoms of anxiety to watch out for can help you to address the root cause sooner. Here, we are sharing five warning signs of angst that people often aren’t aware of 1. Shame spirals That inner critic really comes alive when we’re feeling anxious. We might worry about meeting expectations, letting someone down,
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Now that the COVID-19 pandemic has entered its third year, it is a must for everyone to do their part in preventing the spread of the virus. One way to effectively do this is by self-testing at home or anywhere. Doing so will not only give you a rapid diagnosis, but it can also alert
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Researchers published the study covered in this summary on Research Square as a preprint that has not yet been peer reviewed. Key Takeaways In American Indians (Native Americans) with type 2 diabetes, higher plasma levels of ceramide-16 (ceramide with acylated palmitic acid) associated with a higher rate of cardiovascular disease events, especially CVD events associated
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