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Are Booster Vaccines necessary for Covid-19 Prevention

Are Booster Vaccines necessary for Covid-19 Prevention

As the Delta variant is galloping through the US, the question comes up “are booster vaccines necessary for Covid-19 prevention”. The CDC ruled in the week of August 9, 2021 that immunocompromised people should receive a third dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. The Gamma globulin
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Eating Foods High in Bioflavonoids Can Prevent Alzheimer’s

Eating Foods High in Bioflavonoids Can Prevent Alzheimer’s

We heard before that eating foods high in bioflavonoids can prevent Alzheimer’s. But now a large study that went on for almost 25 years involving 75,000 participants confirmed the previous finding. Indeed, there is a review of the study by CNN. Dr. Walter Willett, professor of epidemi
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Red Meat Can Give You Heart Attacks

Red Meat Can Give You Heart Attacks

A recent study from Oxford University showed that red meat can give you heart attacks. Specifically, the researchers conducted a metaanalysis of 1.4 million people and followed them for over 30 years. They found that 50 Grams (1.75 ounces) of unprocessed red meat including beef, pork
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Immune Response following the Pfizer Vaccine Lasts Much Longer

Immune Response following the Pfizer Vaccine Lasts Much Longer

New research with lymph node biopsies showed that the immune response following the Pfizer vaccine lasts much longer than previously assumed. This publication is based on a research paper date June 29, 2021 in Nature. US researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. L
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Aging Can Affect Your Bladder Function

Aging Can Affect Your Bladder Function

This is a review how aging can affect your bladder function. When we age there can be changes of body functions like getting wrinkles in the face. We may also walk slower, have weaker muscles and start getting joint pains as a few other examples. But it is also possible to get changes
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How Regular Exercise Can Help You to Sleep Better

How Regular Exercise Can Help You to Sleep Better

A CNN review article explained how regular exercise can help you to sleep better. In a study from the Sleep Foundation the sleep behavior of professional athletes was studied.  The study found that athletes were twice as likely to get high quality sleep at nights compared to non-exerc
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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Helps Patients with Obesity to Lose Weight

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Helps Patients with Obesity to Lose Weight

Notably, a new study showed that cognitive-behavioral therapy helps patients with obesity to lose weight. This was published here and is based on a publication in Frontiers in Nutrition. 43 patients were randomized to one of these 3 groups: Education and health group (EH group) A phys
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New Malaria Vaccine Is Promising

New Malaria Vaccine Is Promising

Notably, Oxford University completed a phase II clinical trial that showed that a new malaria vaccine is promising. Marketly, it had an efficacy of 77% in 450 children with an age of between 5 and 17 months. It is important to realize that clinicians conducted this clinical trial in A
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The Benefits of Having a Nap

The Benefits of Having a Nap

A recent CNN article described the benefits of having a nap. When you had poor sleep in the previous night, a noonday nap is a great way to recharge your energies. But many people chronically get less than 7 or 8 hours of sleep at night, so they are always sleep-deprived. They, too ca
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Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome after Covid-19

Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome after Covid-19

It is important to realize that multisystem inflammatory syndrome after Covid-19 occurs about 4 weeks following a spike of Covid-19 cases. Notably, children typically present with fever, abdominal pain, neck pain, diarrhea, bloodshot eyes and tiredness. CNN reviewed this syndrome here
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