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Happy Nurses’ Week from Educate Simplify

Educate Simplify deeply appreciates all of the health care heroes today and every day! To show our appreciation, we will be giving GIFT BAGS for all NURSES from Educate Simplify! ... and even if you're not a Nurse, we still think you need one - Thank you for taking our ACLS, PALS and IV Therapy classes! [...]

Educate Simplify celebrates Mother’s Day 2022

Mother's Day Giveaway! Educate Simplify celebrates all the hardworking moms! To make you feel extra special on Mother's day, GIFT BAGS will be given to all awesome Mothers from Educate Simplify! Oooops! don't worry if you're not a mom, we will give you one too - our way of saying thank you for taking our ACLS, PALS [...]

No more annual flu shot? New target for universal influenza vaccine

Credit: © Sherry Young / stock.adobe.com Scientists at Scripps Research, University of Chicago and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have identified a new Achilles' heel of influenza virus, making progress in the quest for a universal flu vaccine. Antibodies against a long-ignored section of the virus, which the team dubbed the anchor, have [...]

Genetic risk of mental health conditions may influence where people choose to live

Living in cities has been highlighted as an environmental risk factor for schizophrenia and, to a lesser extent, other mental health conditions. However, few studies have explored genetic effects on the choice of residence. New research, published in JAMA Psychiatry, challenges the proposals that city-living is a simple environmental risk factor for schizophrenia or that [...]

Happiness in early adulthood may protect against dementia

While research has shown that poor cardiovascular health can damage blood flow to the brain increasing the risk for dementia, a new study led by UC San Francisco indicates that poor mental health may also take its toll on cognition. The research adds to a body of evidence that links depression with dementia, but while [...]

Clean air matters for a healthy brain

Two USC researchers whose work linked air pollution to a greater risk of Alzheimer's disease and faster cognitive decline are seeing signs that cleaner air can make a difference in brain health. Cars and factories produce a fine particulate known as PM2.5 that USC-led studies have linked to memory loss and Alzheimer's disease. Smaller than [...]

Where does your mind wander when you have idle time?

78 participants were trained to voice their thoughts aloud for 10 minutes while sitting alone in a room without access to electronic devices. Researchers used audio equipment to record those thoughts, then transcribed the recordings and analyzed them for content. In total, more than 2,000 thoughts were analyzed. "We wanted to mimic the small breaks [...]

How fructose in the diet contributes to obesity

Eating fructose appears to alter cells in the digestive tract in a way that enables it to take in more nutrients, according to a preclinical study from investigators at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian. These changes could help to explain the well-known link between rising fructose consumption around the world and increased rates of obesity [...]



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