Medical Research

Youtube Is More Likely To Serve Problematic Videos Than Useful Ones, Study (and Common Sense) Finds

Here's a study supported by the objective reality that many of us experience already on YouTube.The streaming video company's recommendation algorithm can sometimes send you on an hours-long video binge so captivating that you never notice the time...
Related topics: Health Videos, Algorithms

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Brain Implant Allows Paralyzed Man To "speak" Full Sentences

While other researchers monkey around, a team at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) is developing a brain implant that decodes full sentences from neural activity. The device, called a “speech neuroprosthesis,” hit its...

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The Lancet Accused Of ‘suppressing’ January 2020 Study On Covid’s Human-to-human...

The West and China are in the midst of an info war regarding the origins of the coronavirus, with more and more US officials now alleging that the virus may have leaked from a Chinese lab. China, meanwhile, has asked for a World Health Organisation...
Related topics: The Lancet, Virus, Virology

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Why Does Fauci Continue To Defend The Wuhan Lab?

If the debate over the coronavirus’s origins has proven anything, it’s that there is far too little oversight of the scientific community, especially when it comes to risky experimental research. It says a lot about Dr. Anthony Fauci that he...
Related topics: Debate

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Tubeless Insulin Pump Works; Insulin Pens Vs Syringes; Caffeine And Osteoporosis

(MedPage Today) -- A tubeless, patch-pump automated insulin-delivery system -- Insulet's Omnipod 5 -- was both safe and effective in a prospective study of kids and adults with type 1 diabetes. Following a positive meeting with the FDA, Radius...
Related topics: Insulin, Caffeine, Osteoporosis, Type 1 Diabetes, Diabetes, Food And Drug Administration

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Crispr Therapy Cures First Genetic Disorder Inside The Body

This article was originally published by our sister site, Freethink.For the first time, researchers appear to have effectively treated a genetic disorder by directly injecting a CRISPR therapy into patients' bloodstreams — overcoming one of the...
Related topics: Genetics

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Researchers Use Silicone Wristbands To Measure Air Quality

There are all sorts of cheap silicone wristbands that people buy and wear today for style and to support various causes. Recently, scientists at Texas A&M University School of Public Health conducted a study and found that inexpensive devices...

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This Natural Health Doctor Has Published Over 600 Articles Claiming Coronavirus Vaccines Are A...

A report from the CCDH found that 12 people are responsible for the majority of online COVID disinformation. Roberto Serra - Iguana Press/Getty Images 12 people are responsible for the majority of COVID-19 disinformation being spread online, a...
Related topics: Vaccines

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Body Found, Believed To Be That Of Missing Virginia Woman

A 55-year-old University of Virginia economics lecturer was last seen on July 14

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Mummy's Last Supper: Famous Iron Age Tollund Man Had Primitive Porridge For Meal, Research Reveals

Tollund Man's death, which was most likely some type of human sacrifice, dates back roughly 2,400 years, and the researchers stressed that thousands of individuals died under the same circumstances in the wetlands of Northwestern Europe during the...

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Latino Children Twice As Likely To Be Uninsured: Analysis

The number of Latino children without health insurance is twice as high as non-Latino children, according to an analysis from Georgetown University Health Policy Institute’s Center for Children and Families. The uninsured rate for Latino...

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A Large Study On Which Covid Treatment Was Retracted?

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Vax Efficacy Among Va Patients; Opioids And Racial Inequality: It's Tthealthwatch!

(MedPage Today) -- TTHealthWatch is a weekly podcast from Texas Tech. In it, Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine, and Rick Lange, MD, president of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in El Paso...
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Who Watches The Watchmen? - Fauci's "noble Lie" Exposed

Who Watches The Watchmen? - Fauci's "Noble Lie" Exposed Authored by Charles Rixey via Prometheus Shrugged, *Note — This article details current historical research into COVID-19’s origins, as part of the D.R.A.S.T.I.C. team of...

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An Increase In Airbnb Rentals Is Linked To More Crime In Some Boston Neighborhoods, A New Study...

An increase in crime in certain neighborhoods in Boston was linked to an increase of Airbnb rentals in the areas over the span of several years, a new study found. Needpix An uptick in crime in certain Boston neighborhoods appears to be linked to...

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Israel: Pfizer Vaccine Allows Infection But Preventing Severe Illness

A new study released this week from Israel’s Health Ministry found that while the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is highly effective at preventing severe COVID-19 cases caused by the delta variant, it was much less effective than the health agency...
Related topics: Pfizer, Vaccines

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Four Themes Identified As Contributors To Diseases Of Despair In Pennsylvania

Financial instability, lack of infrastructure, a deteriorating sense of community and family fragmentation are key contributors to diseases of despair in Pennsylvania communities, according to Penn State College of Medicine and Highmark Health...

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The Most Influential Spreader Of Coronavirus Misinformation Online

Researchers and regulators say Joseph Mercola, an osteopathic physician, creates and profits from misleading claims about Covid-19 vaccines.
Related topics: Vaccines

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Study Finds Mice Can Learn To Manipulate Dopamine Impulses

A neurological messenger in the brain known as dopamine is described as the “feel-good” chemical related to reward and pleasure. Dopamine is present in the brain of humans and the brains of other animals, including mice. The purpose of...

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Officials Now Expect Vulnerable Will Need Booster Shots

“Biden administration health officials increasingly think that vulnerable populations will need booster shots even as research continues into how long the coronavirus vaccines remain effective,” the New York Times reports. “Senior officials...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Vaccines

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