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Artificial intelligence can detect kidney that will lose its function two days in advance

Artificial intelligence company DeepMind is working on an artificial intelligence system that can predict acute kidney failure 48 hours in advance. One of the biggest challenges hospitals face is their inability to predict when patients in poor health will become life-threatening. Minor changes in health status can sometimes be lost in a sea of ​​data…

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Diet that stops Alzheimer’s in mice

A diet containing EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate) and FA (ferulic acid) has been used to treat Alzheimer’s symptoms in mice. A diet consisting of certain ingredients found in green tea and carrots reversed Alzheimer’s-like symptoms in mice genetically programmed to develop Alzheimer’s. University of Southern California (USC) researchers state that this study was done in mice…

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“It may not be so harmful for children to spend time in front of the screen”

In the UK, pediatricians said parents shouldn’t worry so much about their children’s screen time. In the UK, pediatricians said parents shouldn’t worry so much about their children’s screen time. A directive published by the Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) contains statements that contradict research that says screen time is harmful for…

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Air pollution also affects happiness

In studies on the effect of air pollution on happiness, it has been seen that the level of happiness of citizens is closely related to the cleanliness of the air. Gross domestic product has long been used to measure the welfare of a country, but it is clear that this alone is not enough to…

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Loss of sense of smell is not a good omen

In a study conducted with 2,300 people over the age of 70, it was seen that those with a weak sense of smell were 46 percent more likely to die within 10 years. Epidemiologist Honglei Chen of Michigan State University said: “As people age, a decreased sense of smell is more common and is associated…