Tag: wellbeing

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

Art

Je kunt zeggen dat het werk van Vincent van Gogh juist geliefd is omdat hij zijn eigen kwetsbaarheid omzette in kracht. CryptoPunks have gained huge admiration as early players in the NFT space, helping pioneer the kind of… 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

Disasters

The key to disaster response is ensuring the public does not feel fear. The myth of panic. Air pollution is the greatest external threat to human health on the planet. By far the greater killer than smoking, car… Read More

Telehealth

A digital therapeutic can help patients remotely manage hypertension. Evidence that devices can be used to control long-term lifestyle diseases at home. Digital health can help connect every heart everywhere and thus bring us one step closer to… Read More

China

Stop the destruction of ecosystems and mass extinctions of wildlife. An international debut for ecological civilisation. Beijing is seeking to showcase the China-Lao train as a Belt and Road Initiative success story. Will it stop in China’s backyard?… Read More

Economics

A pandemic-driven shortage of parts and labor has combined with a congested transport system to create an inflationary spike, with shipping rates doubling. The supply chain crisis. Additional stimulus measures, especially monetary easing, are likely to yield an increasingly unfavorable trade-off between short-term… Read More

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