Clinical Trials & Research

If you pay close attention, you can notice that some of your family members have a receding hairline or are at least beginning to. You may experience such yourself. Our hairlines typically shift a little higher above the forehead as we age. This may begin for guys in their late teens or early twenties. Once
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It is no secret that average human attention has decreased in recent years. Studies show that technology has shortened people’s focus from twelve to five minutes. This trend might not be surprising when you consider how people rely heavily on fast PCs leading to overexposure to information and increased public awareness through social media. Here’s
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Virtual reality experiences for better health. The use of virtual reality (VR) is becoming more available and affordable. Virtual reality studies demonstrate its usefulness in promoting well-being. Various VR tools can be used in many contexts to improve an individual’s well-being. Virtual reality in the workplace Nature and green spaces are cost-effective approaches to promoting
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The new era of health care and healthcare delivery is digital healthcare tools. Technological advancements are essential in today’s healthcare industry. For example, patients can now book appointments online, access their ultrasounds via a secure portal, or get their blood work results from a protected gateway in cyberspace. However, these trends in digital healthcare are
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Finding the missing pieces to help stop Alzheimer’s disease progression What is Alzheimer’s?  Alzheimer’s disease treatments are of high priority. As of 2021, approximately 55 million people worldwide live with Alzheimer’s or other neurodegenerative dementias.1 Alzheimer’s is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that causes loss or destruction of neurons in the brain. Neurons are the fundamental
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Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) and Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) are both liver conditions that are best given immediate attention. NAFLD is the commoner and the milder of the two. When NAFLD graduates into NASH, it can become life-threatening, resulting in liver cancer or scarring. Early detection makes for effective treatment and recovery. This liver condition
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