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Sulforaphanes are a class of phytochemical. A phytochemical is: A product from plants that is not a vitamin or mineral No known required amount in the diet Have health promoting benefits. Brassica or cruciferous vegetables are the main source of sulforaphanes. There are 375 varieties of brassica vegetables that include arugula, bok choy, broccoli, broccoli
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People with hearing loss should take extra steps to ease the added social isolation caused by wearing masks, according to one published report. This September (Deaf Awareness Month) during the pandemic, these tips from Clearliving.com are particularly relevant.  Nearly 25 percent of those aged 65 to 74 and 50 percent of those who are 75
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The year was 1909. The place was Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. Dr Granville Stanley Hall, first president of the university and of the American Psychological Association (APA), had organized a conference with an impressive list of attendees: psychiatrists Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, philosopher William James, anthropologist Franz Uri Boas, physicist Ernest Rutherford. It
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Whether it’s a face-to-face catch up or another Zoom call, if the thought of social gatherings over the festive period makes you uncomfortable, we’ve got six tips to help you manage social anxiety For anyone struggling with social anxiety, Christmas is often a time when the festive cheer is replaced with a heightened sense of
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While just a third of US states have legalized recreational marijuana, Mexico — a country in which drug violence has killed scores of thousands — is moving to legalize marijuana for recreational use.  This legalization will leave America sandwiched between two countries with legal marijuana, Mexico to the south and Canada, which legalized recreational marijuana
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Difficulty staying on task, being easily distracted, constantly losing things and never finishing projects. All are tell tale signs of adult attention deficit disorder. Lots of people think they may have adult ADD, but sometimes symptoms are the result of other issues. Let’s go to Mayo Clinic to find out more about adult ADD.
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The USMLE Step 1 board exam is arguably the most important test you will ever take. In this video I’ll go over the techniques and strategies to help you crush it. Link to my USMLE Step 1 Study Schedule (Excel File): http://medschoolinsiders.com/medical-student/usmle-step-1-dedicated-schedule/ Test Day: https://youtu.be/S0bZjGlAsjc My VLOG Channel: https://youtube.com/lifeofasurgeon This video primarily covers the dedicated
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When the coronavirus outbreak began, information about the mysterious virus that caused COVID-19 was scarce. Governments and health services alike had to act on relatively limited information about the outbreak, while experts hurried to gather data on how the virus behaves and spreads, and who was most at risk. Throughout this period of uncertainty –
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Posted on July 11, 2014 by Taylor Rhea Skim the headlines of any major news outlet or social media channel and you’ll find articles, blogs and posts touting urban agriculture, farming and gardening as new and emerging trends. In New York, however, the residents of Atria Penfield have been doing it for years. Since 2011,
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By Inyang Ebong-Harstrup, Ph.D The COVID-19 global pandemic has altered the way in which people with chronic illnesses interact with the world. While for most this means virtual doctors’ visits or increased emphasis on social distancing measures, for soon-to-be 13-year old Peter Anzovule Lagu and thousands of other children with type 1 diabetes in Africa,
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There is “compelling” evidence of the harmful effects of alcohol on the brain. The greatest risk occurs during three periods of life that are marked by dynamic brain changes, say researchers from Australia and the United Kingdom. The three periods are Gestation (conception to birth), which is characterized by extensive production, migration, and differentiation of
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From unique homeware to the retro-inspired exercise class membership, we’re rounding up some of our favourite Christmas gifts from LGBTQ+ brands This Christmas, a lot of us are thinking about where we’re spending our money. After the year we’ve all had, it makes sense that we want to give back to local communities, small sellers,
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To many pet owners, the news that animals make people feel better is likely not surprising. New research out of the University of South Australia supports what pet owners already know:  These companions have played a bigger role in the Covid-19 pandemic than previously suspected.  Janette Young, PhD, led a team to research the impact pets have had on people stuck
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New research study shows how everyday physical activities, such as climbing stairs, can improve personal well-being. The benefits of physical activity on physical and mental health are well known. However, the different subtypes of physical activity are not always considered. Exercise activities are structured physical activities that are done over a prolonged time and require
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That’s how Dr. Olivier Joannes-Boyau, head of the intensive care unit at University Hospital in the southwestern city of Bordeaux, describes the resurgence of Covid-19 in France. After young French people took advantage of the lifting of lockdown and summer months to socialize freely, Covid-19 hospitalizations have risen in large cities like Paris, Bordeaux and
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Treatment for Prevention of Catheter Related Blood Stream Infections (CRBSI) CorMedix Inc. Announces FDA Decision That Advisory Committee Meeting for New Drug Application for Defencath is Not Needed Berkeley Heights, NJ – November 18, 2020 – CorMedix Inc. (NYSE American: CRMD), a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing therapeutic products for the prevention and treatment of
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News FDA Alerts FDA Alerts Healthcare Professionals About the Risk of Medication Errors with Tranexamic Acid Injection Resulting in Inadvertent Intrathecal (Spinal) Injection December 3, 2020 Audience: Healthcare Professionals December 3, 2020 — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is alerting health care professionals about the risk of inadvertent intrathecal administration of tranexamic acid injection.
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New guidelines from the National Asthma Education and Prevention Program (NAEPP) of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) — the agency’s first update since 2007 — take account of new management options including single maintenance and reliever therapy (SMART) and long-acting muscarinic antagonists (LAMAs). As has long been standard practice, the foundation for
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