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Parkinson’s is not in the brain; starts in the gut

Scientists have obtained new findings that Parkinson’s disease begins to spread in the digestive tract before the brain. It was observed that the probability of developing Parkinson’s decreased by 40 percent in patients who underwent a surgery called truncal vagotomy and removed the vagus nerve, which provides communication between the digestive system and the brain….

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It’s not video games that make kids depressed

A study has been conducted that suggests that it’s not just watching TV or just playing computer games that causes depression in teens and children. Social media use and time spent watching television were thought to cause depression in children and teenagers. However, a recent study showed that the cause of depression in children is…

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5 things that reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s

A recent study offered lifestyle recommendations that reduced the odds of Alzheimer’s disease by 60 percent. A recent study offered five suggestions to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s. Research presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in Los Angeles found that combining five habits could reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s. by 60 percent claims to…

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Anxiety is the world’s biggest mental health problem

Today, 275 million people suffer from anxiety. This suggests that, contrary to popular belief, the most common mental health problem is anxiety, not depression. In the first years of the 21st century, we witnessed the deterioration of mental health and related diseases worldwide. Although depression is the condition most commonly associated with mental health issues,…

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Genetic disease diagnosis from photos – States of the World

An artificial intelligence algorithm called DeepGestalt has been developed that makes more accurate predictions than experts in detecting genetic diseases. Many genetic diseases bring with them a distinctive facial phenotype. (One of the best-known examples of this condition is Down Syndrome.) Many genetic diseases are not easily diagnosed by clinicians because they are extremely rare….