Public Health

Public Health

Public health touches everyone's personal lives--from water quality to health insurance to traffic laws. But how does it intersect with various research professions?

Created by Amy Case · 3 years ago

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Mental health

Mental health

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood. O...

Created by Goran Shibakovs... · 1 year ago

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COVID Breakthrough Infections

COVID Breakthrough Infections

There has been some dispute in terms of the efficacy and length thereof of the available COVID vaccines in terms of protecting individuals from newer strains. In particular, a study showed that there was an over 40% breakthrough rate for one of the more recent strains which is now the prominent viru...

Created by David Ison · 2 years ago

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Evidence Based Public Health

Evidence Based Public Health

In the past 10 years, nearly 1 million epidemiological studies have been published in peer-reviewed journals, but are their findings having any real impact? Do epidemiologists view encouraging application of their findings as a high priority? Do practitioners consult and understand epidemiological f...

Created by Amy Case · 2 years ago

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Medical Advancement

Medical Advancement

Sharing a discovery of knowledge that improves our understanding of medical science can advance the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of human diseases. Sharing innovations in biotechnology, drug development, medical devices, and digital health can provide new and improved treatments for the most...

Created by Čedomir Stevčić · 1 year ago

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Toxic Effects of Environmental Heavy Metals on Cardiovascular Pathophy

Toxic Effects of Environmental Heavy Metals on Cardiovascular Pathophy

Thirty-five metals pose a threat to human health, 23 of which are heavy metals [1]. Studies report various effects of heavy metals in drinking water [2,3]. According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), inorganic As and Cd are classified as human carcinogens [4]. Heavy metal to...

Created by Loutfy H. Madko... · 6 months ago

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Medical Advancements

Medical Advancements

Here we can share and discuss a discovery of knowledge that improves our understanding of medical science that can advance the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of human diseases. Sharing biotechnology, innovation in drug development, medical devices, and digital health can lead to new and improv...

Created by Čedomir Stevčić · 1 year ago

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Are you a night owl or early bird?

Are you a night owl or early bird?

"A new study has an important message for people who consider themselves night owls. Investigators from Brigham and Women's Hospital, a founding member of the Mass General Brigham healthcare system, found that people with later sleep and wake times had less healthy lifestyles and were at greater ris...

Created by Neil Morte · 6 months ago

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What are your New Year's Resolutions?

What are your New Year's Resolutions?

With each new year, do you have any resolutions or believe in that? If so, what are they and how do you think resolutions can improve our quality of life?

Created by Neil Morte · 2 months ago

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Systemic racism

Systemic racism

Also known as Institutional racism, is a form of racism that is embedded in the laws and regulations of a society or an organization. Please share your thoughts

Created by Wai Lo · 1 year ago

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Nutrition

Nutrition

From popular diets to niche prospective studies, all things surrounding human nutrition can be discussed here.

Created by Connor Lukes · 1 year ago

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Toxic Effects of Environmental Heavy Metals on Cardiovascular Pathophysiology

Toxic Effects of Environmental Heavy Metals on Cardiovascular Pathophysiology

Thirty-five metals pose a threat to human health, 23 of which are heavy metals [1]. Studies report various effects of heavy metals in drinking water [2,3]. According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), inorganic As and Cd are classified as human carcinogens [4]. Heavy metal to...

Created by Loutfy H. Madko... · 6 months ago

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Mycoplasma pneumonia risk

Mycoplasma pneumonia risk

Mycoplasma pneumoniae, known for causing respiratory infections such as atypical pneumonia, is it likely to cause a pandemic similar to those caused by highly infectious viruses like SARS-CoV-2? Feel free to leave your comment here.

Created by Wai Lo · 4 months ago

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Financial literacy and young people

Financial literacy and young people

Share your thoughts, ideas, information about the financial literacy of young people!

Created by Goran Shibakovs... · 2 years ago

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Toxic Effects of Environmental Heavy Metals on Cardiovascular Pathophy

Toxic Effects of Environmental Heavy Metals on Cardiovascular Pathophy

Thirty-five metals pose a threat to human health, 23 of which are heavy metals [1]. Studies report various effects of heavy metals in drinking water [2,3]. According to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), inorganic As and Cd are classified as human carcinogens [4]. Heavy metal to...

Created by Loutfy H. Madko... · 6 months ago

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AI influence on labour, work, (un)employment

AI influence on labour, work, (un)employment

AI has the potential to transform various sectors and industries, such as manufacturing, agriculture, health care, education, and entertainment, by increasing productivity, efficiency, and innovation. However, AI also poses some challenges and risks for workers, employers, and society, such as displ...

Created by Goran Shibakovs... · 7 months ago

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