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Morning exposure to deep red light improves declining eyesight

In eurekalert.org published and claiming that Just three minutes of exposure to deep red light once a week, when delivered in the morning, can significantly improve declining eyesight, finds a pioneering new study by UCL…

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Are Humans the Creators of Mathematics?, or Is It a Fundamental Part of Existence?

In sciencealert.com published and claiming that Many people believe that mathematics was created by humans. Mathematics, in this way of thinking, is like a language: it may describe real-world objects, but it doesn’t ‘exist’ outside…

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Childbirth and after – Previous trauma can affect patients during pregnancy

In news-medical.net published and claiming that Josie Granner, a doctoral candidate at the University of Michigan School of Nursing, studies the childbearing year for new parents who are survivors of trauma and post-traumatic stress. Granner recently co-authored…

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NASA’s Perseverance rover retrieves its third Martian sample from a rock ‘laden with the greenish mineral olivine.’

A rock loaded with the mineral olivine has been collected by NASA‘s Perseverance rover, with the team tweeting: ‘Another little piece of Mars to carry with me’. This is the third in a series of samples…

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Stress during pregnancy on newborns

Peer-Reviewed Publication A study published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry suggests that mothers’ sensitive caregiving after giving birth may erase some of the negative effects of stress during pregnancy on newborns.  In the study…

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According to a comparison study, the Pfizer shot produces the greatest COVID-fighting antibodies.

In a study, persons who received Sinopharm’s inoculation may be more susceptible to a breakthrough coronavirus infection than those who received Pfizer Inc. and BioNTech SE’s COVID-19 shot, which produced the greatest immune response among…

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In women healing from breast cancer surgery, exercise reduces arm and shoulder disability/physical disability and pain.

The debilitating arm and shoulder disability and pain that some women who have had breast cancer surgery experience as a side effect of their surgery can be reduced by following a physiotherapy-led exercise programme after…

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Young Floridians saw the greatest ever in COVID-19 vaccinations as thousands died

With nearly 2,500 people a week in Florida dying during the peak of the Delta wave, the groups most devastated saw the largest increase in COVID-19 vaccinations. Two of the groups most hesitant to be…

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Will Kids Vaccines Get the Pandemic in Check?

A tour through what the research says on transmission of the virus among the vaccinated. Kids vaccines are finally here. Earlier this month, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that children aged 5 to 11…

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Technology-enabled abuse: how ‘safety by design’ can reduce stalking and domestic violence

In theconversation.com Mobile phones and online technologies are frequently used by perpetrators of domestic and family violence to coerce, control and restrict the freedoms of victims and survivors. Recent death reviews have found that stalking…

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