Category Research

New Study Links COVID-19 To Serious Psychiatric & Neurological Complications In Younger Adults

A new research has linked a wide range of serious psychiatric and neurological complications, including stroke, psychosis, and a dementia-like syndrome is tied to the coronavirus disease. According to Global News, the study reveals how aggressively COVID-19 can attack beyond

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New Study Examines The Prevalence Of COVID-19 In Pregnant Women

A new paper reports on the prevalence of infections with the SARS-CoV-2 virus in women admitted to labor and delivery units in several Boston hospitals. Universal testing of pregnant women admitted to labor and delivery units is part of a

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Fish Intake Linked To Improved Brain Health -Study

Fish is an excellent source of nutrition for everyone and according to researchers, improved memory is just one of many brain-boosting benefits associated with eating more fish. Your brain function often declines with aging. While mild mental decline is normal,

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Living Well: New Study Shows How Physical Activity Averts Sudden Death

At least 3.9 million early deaths are being averted worldwide every year by people being physically active, according to a new study using data from 168 countries. By showing how many deaths are averted, it might also be possible to

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STUDY: Recovered Coronavirus Patients Can Get Reinfected After Six Months

A new study has revealed that patients who recovered from the deadly coronavirus, COVID-19 risk contracting the virus again after six months. The research findings, according to the researchers has cast further doubt over the prospect of long-lasting immunity from

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World Health Organization Shares Optimistic News On New Treatment For Critical COVID-19 Cases

Scientists from the University of Oxford, UK, announced on Tuesday that they had found dexamethasone cured patients critically ill with Coronavirus. Such cases have high hopes of recovery now according to the University. Reacting to the latest discovery, WHO Director-General,

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Researchers Unlock The Secret To The Perfect Cuddle Of Kids

Researchers have analysed what makes the perfect cuddle — just don’t squeeze too tight. A team from Japan’s Toho University measured the calming effect on infants of hugs of different pressures, and when given by strangers compared to from parents.

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Why A Woman’s Eggs May Prefer Some Men’s Sperm Over Others – Study Finds

A woman’s eggs may be selective towards sperm cells and prefer some over the others, according to a new study. The study carried out by Stockholm University, in partnership with the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) looked into the

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How Hypertensive Disorders During Pregnancy Impact More Women Long-term – Study

Twice as many women who experienced a hypertensive disorder during any of their pregnancies are at increased risk of developing heart or kidney diseases later in life based on incidence per woman versus per pregnancy, according to a new study

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Study Links Social Play In Kindergarten To Improved Academic Performance

Emphasizing more play, hands-on learning, and students helping one another in kindergarten improves academic outcomes, self-control and attention regulation, finds new UBC research. The study, published today in the journal PLoS One, found this approach to kindergarten curriculum also enhanced

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#WorldNoTobaccoDay: ‘You Risk COVID-19 Infection By Sharing Shisha’ -Pharmacists

The lust for shisha is hardly a joke in modern Nigeria. Shisha is a glass-bottomed water pipe in which fruit-flavoured tobacco is coated with foil and heated with charcoal. The tobacco fume travels through a water cavity and is inhaled

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Study Explains How Having A Degree Gives Your Child Significant Advantage At Math

Children of parents with a degree are almost a year of schooling ahead in math by the age 11 than peers whose parents have just GCSEs, a new study has discovered. Greater parental education is the strongest predictor of maths

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To Improve Your Brain Function/Memory, Study Reveals One Thing You Should Do Frequently

A new study has revealed another way you can improve your memory. In the study, researchers from Coventry University in the United Kingdom asked 73 older adults how often they had sex, and then had them perform tasks that tested

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9 Amazing Things That Can Happen To Your Body If You Start Eating 2 Eggs Per Day

Eggs are a nutrient goldmine! They are a very good source of inexpensive, high-quality protein. More than half the protein of an egg is found in the egg white, which also includes vitamin B2 and lower amounts of fat than

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Research: Why Women Should Go Out With Girlfriends Twice A Week

Women have now found the perfect excuse to go out with the “girls” twice a week. If you enjoy going out with your girlfriends, you should do it more often as researchers have found that women who go out with

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Should You Always Intervene When Your Baby Cries | Are There Adverse Effects If You Don’t?

Motherhood is such a huge blessing and most mums will prep themselves up mentally, and in nearly every other way to be able to give their infant all the attention and care it deserves. Notwithstanding, all of that, the mum-guilt

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Will Lying Down After Sex Increase Your Chances Of Getting Pregnant?

When pregnancy isn’t happening, anything from the obvious to the vague could be the reason, and for many years now, sperm leakage after intercourse has been touted as one of the least obvious reasons why pregnancy may not be happening.

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Can Nursing Moms Who Are Infected With COVID-19 Breastfeed Their Babies? | Find Out Here

Concerns of whether nursing mothers who are infected with the deadly coronavirus or COVID-19 can breastfeed their babies have been answered in a new study. According to the recent study, besides being the best source of nutrition for babies and

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Vaginal Birth After C-section, More Dangerous To Both Mother and Baby | Study Claims

Attempting a vaginal birth after one or more caesarean deliveries is more dangerous to mother and baby than sticking to the surgical procedure, a new study suggests. Caesareans are one of the most common procedures and on the rise globally.

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Is Your Parenting Style Harsh Or Intrusive? Read This!

A new study assessed the quality of parenting and made really insightful findings on why some parents- mothers especially turn to harsh and intrusive parenting patterns. If you have observed yourself to be harsh or verbally abusive towards your children,

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New Study Links Absenteeism Among Secondary School Students To Early Start Of Classes

A new study finds that earlier high school resumption times can have significant adverse consequences for students, including increased rates of tardiness and absenteeism. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that high schools begin class after 8:30 a.m., but we

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New Research Clarifies Susceptibility Of Pregnant Women To COVID-19 & Risk Of Mother-Child Transmission

Concerns of whether pregnant women are at a greater risk of contracting or dying from C0VID-19 have been answered in a new research update. If a pregnant woman does contract the deadly infection, how big is the risk of mother-child

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‘Coronavirus can enter the body through the eyes’- Scientists Warn | Details

Scientists from the John Hopkins University School of Medicine have released a report claiming the novel Coronavirus can enter the body through the eyes after finding that the eyes contain a protein used by the disease scientifically called SARS-CoV-2 to

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Sex At Least Once Weekly Delays Menopause, Study Finds

Women approaching menopause who have frequent sex are less likely to cross that threshold than women of the same age who are not as active sexually, researchers said in a study released in January, 2020. On average, intimate relations at

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Consuming Berries, Apples & Green Tea Significantly Lower Risk Of Dementia – Study

Older adults with low intake of foods and drinks containing flavonoids, such as berries, apples, and tea, were more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias over 20 years, compared with people who consumed more of those items, according

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