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Critical care medicine organizations urge House leaders to end Medicare payment cuts

Critical care medicine organizations urge House leaders to end Medicare payment cuts

News – CHICAGO – Today, the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists (SOCCA), and Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) sent a formal communication to Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, Chief House Majority Leaders Charles Schumer and House Minority Leaders Kevin McCarthy and Mitch McConnell, urging them to …

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Media and Medicine Suppressed Heterodoxy COVID |  Evolution News

Media and Medicine Suppressed Heterodoxy COVID | Evolution News

Photo credit: US Secretary of Defense, CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons. Last month, the peer-reviewed journal Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and Policy published an important article on COVID-related censorship. I have already written about it here. The researchers introduced their paper by defining some terms, recalling some COVID controversies, and noting how …

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Exercise and mindfulness don’t seem to boost cognitive function in older adults – Neuroscience News

Summary: Although exercise and mindfulness help seniors stay physically and mentally fit, they may not have as beneficial an impact on cognition as previously believed. Source: WUSTL A large study investigating whether exercise and mindfulness training could boost cognitive function in older adults found no such improvement after either intervention. Researchers from Washington University School …

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Meta knew Instagram was pushing girls to harmful content that affected mental health, reveals leaked document

Leaked documents reveal Meta knew Instagram was pushing girls to harmful content that harms mental health – Technology News, Firstpost

Mehul Reuben DasDec 12, 2022 2:59:03 PM IST If there is anything Elon Musk’s Twitter saga and Twitter Files showed us, is that content moderation by social media platforms is anything but simple. social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook needs to strike a balance between making a user’s feed as engaging as possible and …

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Long-term consumption of food allergens can lead to behavioral and mood changes – Neuroscience News

Summary: Food allergens can affect your brain and behavior if you’re hypersensitized, even if you don’t have typical food allergy symptoms. Source: The conversation The prevalence of food allergies is increasing worldwide, approaching epidemic levels in some regions. In the United States alone, approximately 10% of children and adults suffer from food allergies, with allergies …

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Dementia risk may increase if you eat these foods, study finds – East Idaho News

(CNN) – We all eat them – ultra-processed foods such as frozen pizzas and ready meals make our busy lives much easier. Plus, they’re pretty darn tasty – who isn’t sensitive to hot dogs, sausages, burgers, fries, soda, cookies, cakes, candies, donuts, and ice cream, to name a few? If more than 20% of your …

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Group exercise improves physical and mental health in older adults – Neuroscience News

Summary: Older adults who participated in group exercise programs showed improvements in sleep quality, muscle strength and flexibility, balance and coordination. They also reported improvements in self-confidence. Source: University of Missouri Stephen Ball has dedicated his career to improving the health of older Missourians through exercise. In 2005, he started the University of Missouri’s “Stay …

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Priscilla Reyes - Florida State University News

Priscilla Reyes – Florida State University News

Last name: Priscilla ReyesMajor: Public healthGraduation: Summer 2023Hometown: Orlando, Florida. “FSU introduced me to a variety of organizations and programs that inspired me to apply to medical school.” Around the globe: Lived in Texas, Oregon and Costa Rica To relax, I… Go to FSU Ground Community search: Join the Health Living-Learning community Preferred place of …

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Keto is 'unnecessary' - why 'demonizing carbs is old news'

Keto is ‘unnecessary’ – why ‘demonizing carbs is old news’

Losing weight doesn’t have to be a miserable experience where you completely cut out carbs in order to achieve ketosis – a state in which the body burns fat instead of carbs as its primary fuel source. Personal trainer and fitness expert Matt Hodges exclusively told Express.co.uk why carbs aren’t the enemy. Many of us …

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