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Getting enough vitamin D can improve your brain’s efficiency

Vitamin D, also known as cholecalciferol, is a fat-soluble vitamin and prohormone that can be obtained through food or sun exposure. This is essential...

Pathogen bacteria first time found on microfibers may endanger bathing and seafood consumption in...

Researchers at La Sorbonne, France, have found pathogen bacterial communities attached to microfibers floating in the north-western Mediterranean Sea, among which is included Vibrio...

Patients that choose their type 2 diabetes medications have  a better quality of life

In the UK, approximately 90% of individuals with diabetes have type 2 diabetes mellitus. It is a leading cause of sickness and death affecting...

Predicting toxicity with qubits

In our daily lives, we are exposed to a myriad of chemicals in the environment and goods, such as food, toiletry products, and plastic...

The Nobel Prize for mRNA-based Covid-19 vaccines should be a Nobel prize for knowledge...

OpinionI am a big fan of the Nobel Prizes, especially those given out in chemistry and medicine. If you have followed their announcements over...

COVID-19 vaccination antibodies better than natural infection in pregnant women and their infants

The COVID‑19 vaccine t offers acquired immunity to individuals against the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS‑CoV‑2) c that outbreak in 2019 According...

Localized peacebuilding and the struggle for change

The notion of local ownership has increasingly permeated the fields of peacebuilding, development, and humanitarianism since in 1995 the Organization for Economic Co-operation and...

Children’s time with electronic devices increased by 50% during Covid-19

A recent study held by the University of Calgary, Canada found that the screen time of children and adolescents increased by 52% during the...

Daily physical activity may enhance the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines

Following the coronavirus disease (COVID‑19) outbreak in 2019, researchers began developing vaccines to generate acquired immunity against the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2...
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Aquiles and the tortoise. The impossible race of expectations versus needs in drug development

Most of you know about Aquiles and the tortoise paradox, one of Zenon's paradoxes on the impossibility of motion. According to Zenon, no matter...