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Brain charts: showing the incredible growing and shrinking brain ability
University of Cambridge - 06-Apr-2022
Mapping the brain and creating charts could be used as a helpful clinical tool for other clinicians, psychiatrists and researchersRead more...
99% of people in the world are breathing polluted air
Independent - 04-Apr-2022
WHO calls for the immediate transition from fossil fuel use to clean energyRead more...
Anti-5G products claims to be protective but actually emit harmful radiation
Independent - 18-Dec-2021
Dutch authorities warned the use of these necklaces, bracelets and sleep masksRead more...
WHO rewrites air quality guidelines, slashing safe limit for pollutants from fossil fuels by 50%
Guardian - 22-Sep-2021
A step towards breathing harmless air amidst rising evidence of deadly harm from air pollutionRead more...
Working 55+ hours a week killed 745,000 people a year
BBC - 17-May-2021
Working overtime, only to die early - long working hours may increase your risk of stroke & heart diseaseRead more...
What was the International Longevity Alliance up to in 2020?
International Longevity Alliance - 08-Feb-2021
Yearly report of their activities including policy papers, senolytic research and an activism prizeRead more...
Exercise recommendations by WHO to avoid early death
YAHOO! - 25-Nov-2020
Exercise is the key to fight early death in people who sit for prolonged hoursRead more...
Should WHO use a new framework for the diagnosis and treatment of age-related diseases?
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 08-May-2020
LEAF summarises and exchange of thoughts between leading aging researchersRead more...
LEAF interviews Daria Khaltourina about WHO classification of ageing
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 05-May-2020
Believes life extension treatments may already exist - but need more clinical trialsRead more...
High-salt diet is bad for the immune system
Medical Xpress - 25-Mar-2020
As concluded by experiments done in mice and human volunteersRead more...
Kinsa's smart thermometer, an early warning device for COVID-19
New York Times - 18-Mar-2020
Very beneficial as health sector sees where to prioritize testingRead more...
A global commission laid out roadmap for gene-editing trials on human embryo
Wired - 09-Mar-2020
Strict ethical guidelines to avoid undesirable outcomes in gene-edited babiesRead more...
Ethics report shows equal respect helps prepare for health emergencies
Nuffield Council on Bioethics - 24-Feb-2020
As is often the case, it's politicians who need to act before the spotlight is on themRead more...
Last opportunity to contain coronavirus outbreak
BBC - 22-Feb-2020
Not yet out of control - but asymptomatic patients could complicate prevention of outbreaksRead more...
Biomarker in urine can be effective for the early detection of bladder cancer
New Atlas - 20-Feb-2020
Early detection means fewer complications and less financial contributions in the systemRead more...
Flu vaccine 2019 and everything you need to know about that
Huffington Post - 23-Sep-2019
Flu can kill – it’s a good idea to get the jab every yearRead more...
Soft drinks are associated with a greater risk of death
Independent - 04-Sep-2019
Artificial-sweetener drinks increase risk too, though for different reasons (but not carcinogenic)Read more...
Two new Ebola drugs report a 90% survival rate
BBC - 13-Aug-2019
Thanks to this cocktail of 3 antibodies, Ebola no longer means impending deathRead more...
Ebola spreads from Congo to Uganda - no sign of stopping
BBC - 13-Jun-2019
Not yet a global emergency – but could explode at any timeRead more...
WHO issues lifestyle guidelines to reduce risk of dementia
Independent - 14-May-2019
The usual 3 are at the top of the list – diet, exercise and don’t smokeRead more...
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