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Finger Lickin’ Good – Does Eating Food With Your Hands Make It Taste Better?

Food is a necessity for the survival of any species. In my experience, food is something I look forward to, from when I go to sleep at night to when I wake up in the morning: What am I going to eat today? What started as a sole requirement for our existence has slowly grown […]

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Borderline Personality Disorder Management: A Lapse in Healthcare?

Internationally, stigma surrounding mental illness and people with mental illness has reduced due to greater understanding, education and advocacy in the community, and more focus on recovery‐oriented care within practice guidelines. With all this being said, it is clear that we still have progress to make in the domain of mental illness. One such example […]

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People with schizophrenia may be at an increased risk of dying from COVID-19

A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, found that people diagnosed with schizophrenia disorder, and those on the spectrum are at a greater risk of dying from Covid-19. New York-based researchers collected data from electronic medical records on chronic conditions for a period of three months between March and May […]

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New insight into Neurodegenerative Diseases

The prevention and treatment of neurodegenerative diseases is particularly complex. Devising strategies to reduce this degeneration depend on the disease and the individual affected. Unfortunately, most treatments have, so far, been poor or unsuccessful. Therefore, in order to understand and reflect on these diseases and develop effective treatments, comprehensive research and classification of the proteins […]

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