Yellow Xanax Bars: All About The “Yellow School Bus” Drug

What Is Xanax? Xanax 2mg Yellow bar imprinted with R039 is a benzodiazepine category drug. This medicine is also available under the generic name alprazolam. Alprazolam influence the imbalanced brain chemicals in people with panic and anxiety disorder. Doctors recommend Xanax to treat anxiety disorders, panic disorders, and anxiety caused by depression. Healthcare professionals canRead More

New Virtual Screening Strategy Identifies Existing Drug that Inhibits COVID-19 Virus

The COVID-19 caused due to severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has grown into a global pandemic infecting millions of people and tens of thousands of lives lost. As of now, no clinically proven drug or vaccine is available. There is an indispensable need to identify antiviral agents that can inhibit SARS-CoV-2. The deRead More

Aphantasia causes blind spots in the mind’s eye

If an interviewer asked you to draw a picture of the room from memory, you were waiting outside before entering the interviewer’s office, could you do it? For most people, specific details are easy to visualize: “There’s a piano in the corner, a palm by the window, and two seashells on the coffee table.” ButRead More

How Gut microbiome disturbances linked to major depressive disorder?

Major depressive disorder refers to mood disorder characterized by persistent sadness, lack of interest in life, overthinking, etc. It is not a simple reaction to any event that happened; major depressive disorder has a biological origin. In the new research, scientists are making an effort to find evidence to conclude that there is a linkRead More

Kids’ TV teaching children the wrong lessons about pain: new study

Popular TV shows exposing kids to pain According to new research from psychologists, popular kids’ TV shows such as Peppa Pig or films like Toy Story or Frozen exposes children to up to nine incidents of pain for every hour of TV watched. How do TV characters portray their sense of pain? A new studyRead More

The study finds evidence of lasting immunity after mild or asymptomatic COVID-19 infection

New research by the Queen Mary University of London scientists has found evidence of protective immunity in people up to four months after mild or asymptomatic COVID-19. The study published in Science Immunology analyzed antibody and T cell responses in 136 London healthcare workers who had mild or asymptomatic COVID-19 infection dating back to MarchRead More

The model used to evaluate lockdowns were flawed.

Imperial College London’s researchers developed a model to assess the effect of different measures used to curb the coronavirus’s spread in a recent study. However, according to Swedish researchers from Lund University and other institutions, in the journal Nature, the model possessed fundamental shortcomings and cannot describe the published conclusions. It was almost significantly theRead More

Nightmares In Heart Patients Linked With Anxiety And Insomnia

Heart patients experiencing nightmares are five times more likely to feel anxious or depressed and are more likely to face trouble sleeping than those without frequent nightmares. A study published in the European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing (a journal of the European Society of Cardiology – ESC) arrived at this conclusion. Dr. Kohno, a researcher,Read More

The repurposed mouse model sheds light on the loss of smell in COVID-19

Overview A recently published research by the University of Iowa in Nature reveals that a repurposed mouse model can develop symptoms of both severe COVID-19 (lung harm, blood clusters, irregular veins, and eventually death) and also of milder disease, which includes loss of the feeling of smell. The study also pointed out that convalescent plasmaRead More

Substituting Red Meat With Plant Foods May Reduce The Risk Of Heart Disease

Red meat poses health risks. The research published by The BMJ today shows that replacing red meat with high-quality plant foods such as beans, nuts, or soy can be linked with a modestly reduced risk of coronary heart disease (CHD). Replacing red meat (total) with whole grains and dairy products and processed red meat withRead More

Flu and COVID-19. Is it safe sending Kids Back to School?

So far, 2020 has been no less than any nightmare. COVID-19 has agonized and tormented the people both physically and emotionally. Moreover, Flu season is on its way to aggravate this misery a little more. Since both illnesses have similar symptoms, it can be a catch-22 to distinguish one from the other. These are theRead More

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