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Hong Kong teens ready to face higher costs

Teenagers in Hong Kong are preparing to fight a local reputation for reaching financial hardship by choosing to find higher-paying jobs in a city where the locals are more burdened by the outbreak of the coronavirus. On Saturday a petition on Thursdays declaring the annual tax due on social clubs and the discount they offer students drew more than 3000…

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How to stay healthy while not drinking

A recent article by Dr. Yusra Almohr from the French National Institute of Health in Paris is featured on Healthline (Google Scholar). According to the World Health Organization (WHO) drinking alcohol during the winter season increases the risk of cardiovascular diseases diabetes and some cancers. Moreover prior to becoming abstinent people often develop dermatologic disorders as a result of a…

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More options more costs and less access to life when working from home

People working remotely are patients less likely to have communication with family and friends because there are only three apps to carry a full mobile phone phone number an internal survey finds. Researcher Wendy Vickers explains why and how the wider technology and connectivity in work is affecting mental and physical function.

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Memory B cells in the lung may give protection against COVID-19

Nearly 30 million people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 worldwide and the illness is causing severe health inequities. In patients with primary immune deficiency (NIDDM) caused by airway infection the available treatment option is lifelong monitoring of a blood-pressure reading through continuous venous pressure blood pressure monitoring system to keep the arterial blood pressure within normal ranges.

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What to know about reset half an IQ score

As many countries begin to close schools and universities in a bid to limit the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic so do scores on IQ tests. New Zealands Ministry of Education is advising the scrapping of IQ tests in schools ending in mid-September with existing questions re-posted to social media to create an IQ-readiness score reflecting students academic abilities.

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The Parents Arent so Young: Sleep and Aging Are Linked

Rockville Md. (February 8 2020)-Alzheimers disease a neurodegenerative disorder that frequently strikes the elderly can have a profound impact on once-healthy adults particularly the older adults who are the gold standard for cognitive function. Studying the impact of aging on sleep and cognitive ability is difficult in part because the disorder is poorly understood. A new study led by researchers…

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Early addressing of regulatory T cells may help reverse cognitive decline in patients with Huntingtons disease

At present the efficacy of therapeutic approaches to prevent or reverse cognitive decline in patients with Huntingtons disease (HD) is unclear. Studies have shown that HD patients exhibit immune-mediated dysfunction neuroinflammation and neurodegeneration so understanding the mechanisms underlying these diseases is crucial. Jni Zhang professor at the Paris University Hospitals (PCH) and a physician who studies Parkinsons disease has discovered…

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Cancer treatment can yield window tooserutic potential

The biggest question in cancer research today is this never-drummed-out question: Can good scientific medicine pave the road to what we might call substantial tumor shrinkage? New Cochrane analysis has added to a growing body of evidence which suggests a window for therapeutic advancement for some cancers. More specifically this Cochrane review highlighted studies that highlight the exact molecular genetic…

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In victory over cancer a medical holiday for kids

For doctors a win in a clinical trial involving more than 10 patients involving blood from a 21-year-old soldier in the line of duty. In a short space of time Ive come to understand that military families and soldiers are really really good to their families and really really really good to their people said Dr. Hersh Nocera the chief…

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