The #1 Supplement for Depression, New Study Recommends - msnNOW

Published At: 2022-06-26T15:34:16Z

Long covid symptoms are often overlooked in seniors - The Washington Post

The ailment in older adults has received little attention, even though research suggests seniors are more likely to develop it than younger or middle-aged adults.

Published At: 2022-06-26T14:16:00Z

Judith Graham

Was the fourth dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine effective? -study - The Jerusalem Post

Published At: 2022-06-26T13:11:00Z

Can our mitochondria help to beat long Covid? - The Guardian

Mitochondria play a role in many aspects of keeping us healthy – and could be the key to unlocking treatments for chronic diseases, including Parkinson’s

Published At: 2022-06-26T13:00:00Z

David Cox

STDs surge in Alabama following pandemic dip; these counties saw the highest STD rates in 2021 -

Alabama saw a dip in reported STDs during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic as many clinics slowed or stopped testing, but cases were back up in 2021.

Published At: 2022-06-26T13:00:00Z

Ramsey Archibald |

Echolalia May Be a Symptom of Early-Onset Alzheimer's — Best Life - Best Life

Repeating the words of others during a conversation is called echolalia, and it may be a sign of early-onset Alzheimer's disease.

Published At: 2022-06-26T11:02:39Z

Lauren Gray

From monkeypox to polio, here's why so many viruses are attacking the UK - The Telegraph

A number of dangerous and unusual diseases have made their way into Britain in the last six months – and they may not be the last

Published At: 2022-06-26T11:00:00Z

Monkeypox: Vaccinations for health care workers, those at risk offered - USA TODAY

Cases of monkeypox, which belongs to the same family of viruses as smallpox, continue to rise globally. Health officials have begun vaccinations.

Published At: 2022-06-26T10:00:51Z

Mike Snider, USA TODAY

How Emotionally Intelligent People Use the Rule of Rewiring to Hack Their Brains and Change Their Habits - Inc.

Feel like a victim of your brain's programming? Here's how to change how you think and make healthier choices.

Published At: 2022-06-26T08:54:13Z

Justin Bariso

Research Suggests There's a Big Overlooked Benefit of Having Dyslexia - ScienceAlert

The modern world is stitched together by threads of written language. For those with the reading disorder dyslexia, the endless tangle of words can feel like an obstacle to survival.

Published At: 2022-06-26T06:02:01Z

Mike McRae

Monkeypox cases surge as WHO stops short of declaring a global emergency - The Washington Post

The World Health Organization said the monkeypox outbreak is an « evolving threat » but does not yet constitute an international public health emergency.

Published At: 2022-06-26T04:13:00Z

Rachel Pannett, Annabelle Timsit

Virus outbreak: 3rd monkeypox case confirmed in Houston area, officials say - KTRK-TV

Officials confirmed the third monkeypox case in Houston. The resident recently traveled internationally.

Published At: 2022-06-26T03:00:29Z

First Probable Case of Monkeypox Reported in Suburban Cook County - NBC Chicago

The first probable case of monkeypox has been detected in suburban Cook County, health officials announced Saturday.

Published At: 2022-06-25T23:20:15Z

Theta Waves: A Marker of Emotional Regulation - Neuroscience News

Emotional regulation was linked to theta wave activity in the frontal cortex of the brain.

Published At: 2022-06-25T22:46:53Z

WHO says monkeypox is not an international public health emergency, but it should continue to be monitored - CNN

The World Health Organization has stopped short of declaring the monkeypox outbreak a public health emergency of international concern as a result of an emergency committee meeting.

Published At: 2022-06-25T21:55:00Z

Carma Hassan

Alzheimer's Disease Affects Most Known Biological Pathways in the Brain - Neuroscience News

Out of 341 known biological pathways, 91% are linked to Alzheimer's disease.

Published At: 2022-06-25T20:49:59Z

The #1 Worst Drink Causing a Fatty Liver, New Research Suggests — Eat This Not That - Eat This, Not That

The results of a recent study which found that soft drinks can increase the risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.

Published At: 2022-06-25T20:00:25Z

Desirée O

More Than 900 Cases of Hepatitis of Unknown Origin Reported in Children, WHO Says - The Epoch Times

Health officials across 33 countries have received reports of 920 probable cases of severe acute hepatitis of unknown ...

Published At: 2022-06-25T19:54:51Z

N.J. reports 2,372 COVID cases, 8 new deaths, as total deaths cross the 34,000 mark -

New Jersey's seven-day average for confirmed cases was 2,075 on Saturday - down 6% from a week ago, and down 47% from a month ago.

Published At: 2022-06-25T19:11:00Z

Brianna Kudisch | NJ Advance Media for

COVID test results: Does a faint line mean you’re positive? - Deseret News

A faint line has showed up on your at-home COVID-19 test. What does this mean?

Published At: 2022-06-25T17:03:00Z

Ashley Nash