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In Denmark, researchers are delving into the realm of artificial intelligence to predict the various stages of an individual’s life. The initiative, known as life2vec, aims to leverage data from millions of people to uncover patterns and relationships that conventional methodologies may overlook. The goal is to not only anticipate health outcomes but also social
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Recently, researchers in the US have conducted a study that could potentially recommend an FDA-approved pharmaceutical used to treat erectile dysfunction, sildenafil, as a therapy for decreasing the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. This study involved analyzing medical insurance data alongside a laboratory investigation on the genetic and neurological effects of sildenafil, which is commonly sold
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The ability to recognize faces is a fundamental aspect of human interaction, but for individuals with prosopometamorphopsia (PMO), this simple task becomes a distorted nightmare. PMO is a rare neurological condition that causes faces to appear grotesque and monstrous to the affected individual. Unlike the typical facial recognition mechanisms in the brain, PMO distorts familiar
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A recent study conducted by researchers from King’s College London and Brighton and Sussex Medical School revealed an intriguing link between double-jointedness (GJH) and the risk of developing long COVID. The study, which surveyed 3,064 individuals who had previously contracted COVID-19, found that those with GJH had a 30 percent higher likelihood of experiencing ongoing
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Hot tubs may seem like the perfect place to unwind and relax, but the warm water can actually harbor dangerous bacteria that pose serious health risks. One such risk is the possibility of contracting hot-tub lung, a respiratory condition caused by mycobacteria. These microbes can lead to inflammation in the lungs, resulting in symptoms like
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Intermittent fasting has gained popularity in recent years due to its potential short-term benefits. However, a new study has raised concerns about the long-term effects of this dietary practice. While some people, including celebrities, have embraced intermittent fasting as a way to control their weight and improve their health, there may be serious consequences associated
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In recent developments, scientists in the US have made significant progress in the quest for an “exercise pill” that could potentially provide some of the health benefits of physical activity without the need for movement. This new drug, known as SLU-PP-332, has shown promising results in initial experiments on rodents, offering improvements in muscle function,
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