Mental exercise to beat fatigue and become a better athlete

Since the entry into phase 0 of the alarm state allowed relief measures for those over 14 years of age, there are many Spaniards who have taken advantage to recover physical activity outdoor. The sidewalks of the cities have been filled with ‘runners’ and bicycles, although some still prefer the simple and relaxed walk as […]

Chloroquine: “In this case, the state did not play its role”

Professor Bernard Begaud, pharmacologist, former president of the University of Bordeaux, chaired the monitoring committee for clinical trials within the French Medicines Agency (ANSM) for more than fifteen years. He returns for Release on chloroquine, and points to the inconsistency and lack of coordination of the trials in progress. After three months of waiting, do […]

Is it true that nicotine users contract Covid-19 less?

Hello, Many case studies demonstrate this unequivocally: smokers who contract Covid-19 have a greatly increased risk of developing severe forms of the disease. In this work, we find that the proportion of smokers is two to four times higher in severely ill patients than in those with a moderate form of the disease. On the […]

chloroquine tested worldwide

Thousands of patients in Europe and the United States participate in clinical reviews of the antimalarial. Thousands of patients in Europe and the United States participate in clinical reviews of the antimalarial. David J. Phillip / AP The very wide media communication, in France as in the rest of the world, of the first results […]

Brain Scans Could Help Storm Patients Get Right Treatment – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

A national trial set up in 2011 by the Southwestern UT Medical Center to better understand mood disorders after what scientists are trying to find on the main outcome of the project: a computer that can accurately predict whether antidepressants will work based the patient’s brain activity. The study included more than 300 participants with […]