Tag: brain

Body

For some a Covid-19 toe is painless, but the rash can be extremely sore and itchy, with tender blisters and swelling. Temporal trends revealed a marked worldwide reduction in transplant activity during the first three months of the… Read More

Aftercare

Failure to recognize the scope of the illness will harm countless people around the globe. Why the WHO not embrace the term ‘long Covid‘. Heart damage from Covid-19 extends well beyond the disease’s initial stages. Even people who… Read More

Mental Health

The hashtag ’90s kids become sleepy’. Young people sharing their experiences of insomnia. I don’t have the courage to end the day and start a new one. Determinants of poor mental health and the need for up-to-date information… Read More

Behavior

Logic and evidence don’t seem to change people’s minds. Instead, it leads other people to dig in heels and defend their positions. How tto convince employees to get a Covid-19 vaccination and how not to. Your brain wants… Read More

Learning

For many students, training programs or boot camps that can teach technical skills in a matter of months can be a smarter bet than a traditional college or university. When a country or a system loses the ability… Read More

Vaccine

This is the world’s first human DNA vaccine against Covid-19. Advantages and drawbacks of the vaccine. Companies and rich nations are creating a deadly Covid-19 vaccine protection racket. Profiteering from vaccine inequity: a crime against humanity? Herd immunity… Read More

Microbiome

This collection of microbes in your body includes bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Together, it’s called the human microbiome. Scientists are only just discovering the enormous impact of our gut microbiome and how it could hold the key to… Read More

History

Krachtig uitspreken tegen vergelijkingen tussen de situatie rond de coronacrisis en de Holocaust.  Why do we remember the past and not the future? What does it really mean to say that time passes? Seniors spent the most time… Read More

Care

We are keen to bring our ventilator to as many hospitals as possible to combat serious respiratory diseases worldwide. What do teeth and oral health have to do with the brain? Does it protect against degenerative diseases? Hospitals,… Read More

Fitness

Breath in through your nose for a count of four seconds. Hold your breath for seven seconds. Exhale for eight seconds, making a ‘whoosh’ sound through pursed lips. Repeat up to four times. Use 4-7-8. It’s inevitable that technology-driven… Read More

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