Month: September 2020

Looking for ways to add more greens to your diet? Here are a few recipes to help you do just that. Garlicky Spinach Ingredients: 2 packages frozen spinach 4-6 cloves crushed garlic 2 Tbsp olive or avocado oil Salt and pepper to taste Directions: Microwave frozen spinach 5-7 minutes. Squeeze out liquid. Meanwhile, heat oil.
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Do you feel like you’re constantly waiting to be found out? That you’re a fraud and shouldn’t be in the position you’re in? You’re not alone. Here we take a closer look at imposter syndrome As I read and re-read the message I’d been sent, I couldn’t help but feel a wave of imposter syndrome
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It’s definitely not the most romantic thing to do, but Canada’s top doctor, Theresa Tam, MD, has advised the public to skip the kissing and wear a mask if you plan on having sex with a new partner. As Dr. Tam said during a press conference in Ottawa, there’s not much concern the COVID-19 virus
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Gerald Maguire has stuttered since childhood, but you might not guess it from talking to him. For the past 25 years, Maguire — a psychiatrist at the University of California, Riverside — has been treating his disorder with antipsychotic medications not officially approved for the condition. Only with careful attention might you discern his occasional
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A new microscope technology allows us to see cells and tissues like we’ve never seen before. Find out more at https://hms.harvard.edu/news/boldly-go Like Harvard Medical School on Facebook: https://goo.gl/4dwXyZ Follow on Twitter: https://goo.gl/GbrmQM Follow on Instagram: https://goo.gl/s1w4up Follow on LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/04vRgY Website: https://hms.harvard.edu/
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Procrastination is a common affliction. Here are 7 steps to cure your self to stop procrastinating! ~~Relevant links~~ Pomodoro technique: https://youtu.be/mNBmG24djoY Personality type and study hacks: https://youtu.be/H4rhSvqPM3s Self-discipline: https://youtu.be/ACYHERGmais Med School Insiders newsletter: https://medschoolinsiders.com Step 1 video (with detailed schedule): https://youtu.be/oPZewnPQkkw We examine the motivation equation by Piers Steel Motivation = (Expectancy * Value) /
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Posted on January 21, 2016 by Steve Morgan As parents age, their needs grow while their ability to care for themselves declines. This is especially true when a parent lives alone. Unfortunately, many don’t think about how they will care for an aging parent until they’re forced to make a decision. They may notice Mom
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This content originally appeared on Low Carb Yum. Republished with permission. If you’re familiar with traditional granola, you know that rolled oats are the main ingredient. It also includes a sweetener, like honey or brown sugar. Unfortunately, these ingredients aren’t very keto-friendly. So to make this low-carb granola, we use nuts, seeds, and a delicious
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In March, concerns over the coronavirus surviving on surfaces fueled a disinfectant shopping frenzy that left store shelves bare of hand sanitizer and cleaning wipes. A video featuring a Michigan doctor sanitizing his groceries one by one captured more than 26 million views on YouTube. With no signs of the coronavirus pandemic letting up, protecting yourself from germs is as important
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Dado Ruvic | Reuters Johnson & Johnson‘s potential coronavirus vaccine prevented severe illness in a small group of Syrian golden hamsters, the company announced Thursday. J&J researchers vaccinated hamsters with a single dose and then exposed the rodents to the virus four week later, the company said. J&J said the vaccine elicited neutralizing antibodies, which
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Posted on November 29, 2016 by admin Science shows that volunteering is good for you. Not only does it make you feel good and help you to live longer, 96% of those who volunteer say it enriches their sense of purpose in life. It is almost impossible to visit an Atria community and not find
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Print this page CAMBRIDGE, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– September 2, 2020 — Amylyx Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a pharmaceutical company focused on developing new treatments for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases, today announced the publication of results from the pivotal CENTAUR trial evaluating AMX0035 – an investigational neuroprotective therapy designed to reduce the death
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FDA Approves Onureg (azacitidine tablets) as Continued Treatment for Adults in First Remission with Acute Myeloid Leukemia Print this page PRINCETON, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE) September 1, 2020 –Bristol Myers Squibb (NYSE: BMY) today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Onureg (azacitidine 300 mg tablets, CC-486) for the continued treatment of adult
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As the COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the globe, companies are working hard to develop innovative solutions to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Chinese companies such as Alibaba have led the way using artificial intelligence, data science, and technology. Startups are teaming up with clinicians, engineers, and government entities to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told state and local public health officials to prepare to distribute a possible Covid-19 vaccine as soon as late October. Many health experts say a safe and effective vaccine might not be publicly available until early 2021. But it’s possible the Food and Drug Administration could give an
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Photo credit (from left to right): Stand Up To Cancer; Instagram / Stand Up To Cancer; Instagram / Alison Sweeney Labor Day weekend is the perfect time to remind yourself of the importance of sun safety. Practicing sun safety throughout the year will give you the best chance of reducing your risk of skin cancer,
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Pregnant women, get a flu shot, say researchers from Sweden. New research shows that getting influenza while pregnant is worse than not getting the flu vaccine, and the vaccines are a part of promoting safe and healthy pregnancies. It is already known that flu shots do not harm pregnant women. They don’t cause an increased
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When peripheral artery disease (PAD) is known to accompany coronary artery disease (CAD) in people with diabetes, their already elevated risk of peripheral ischemic events rises even further. But so does the degree of protection conferred by addition of the antiplatelet drug ticagrelor (Brilinta, AstraZeneca) to daily low-dose aspirin, suggests a subanalysis of the THEMIS
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In an effort to replicate an experiment conducted over a century ago, systems biologists at Harvard Medical School present compelling evidence confirming at least one single-cell organism—the strikingly trumpet-shaped Stentor roeselii—exhibits a hierarchy of avoidance behaviors. Exposed repeatedly to the same stimulation—in this case a pulse of irritating particles—the organism can in effect “change its
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When you go in to see the doctor, it’s typical to get a blood test to check lipid levels, your cholesterol and triglycerides. You likely know it’s important to lower bad cholesterol levels, because high levels increase your risk of heart attack. The same holds true for triglycerides. But what you might not know is
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