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Letters: Lifelong Center is providing healthy minds, healthy bodies

Breadcrumb Trail Links Letters “Seniors who stay physically, socially and intellectually active have several illnesses, retain their faculties,” wrote Patricia Sinclair. Published July 11, 2023 • Last updated 1 day ago • 3 minute read Kay Antrobus, a student at the Lifelong Learning Center (LLC) at the University of Regina. Gutting the program is a […]

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Mystery cluster of brain disease striking healthy adults robbing them of ability to talk, walk

A cluster of mysterious brain diseases has struck down at least 200 people in a small province and baffled doctors. More than 200 residents in New Brunswick, Canada, have been affected by the dementia-like disorder that causes vivid hallucinations, an inability to talk and write, memory lapses and even physical paralysis. Experts say the cases

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MDMA Moves from Party Drugs Back to Therapy Tool

SUBSCRIBE: Apple | Spotify Ask Lewis: Hi, and welcome to Your Health, Quicklya Scientific American podcast series! Josh Fisherman: On this show, we highlight the latest vital health news, discoveries that affect your body and your mind. Every episode, we dive into one topic. We discuss diseases, treatments, and some controversies. Lewis: And we demystify

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Taylor Swift Gives ‘Generous’ Donation to Community Food Bank During Detroit Stop of Her Eras Tour

“Thank you for making an impact,” Gleaners Community Food Bank wrote to the musician on Facebook TAS Rights Management/Getty Taylor Swift is spreading some joy during her Eras Tour — onstage and beyond. The musician, 33, made a donation to the Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan this week, amidst her two nights performing

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Lucid-21-302 MS clinical trial doses 1st group of healthy volunteers | FSD Pharma testing safety, tolerability of therapy dubbed Lucid-MS

FSD Pharma has completed dosing in the first group of healthy volunteers enrolled in its Phase 1 clinical trial testing Lucid-21-302, an oral medication candidate for all types of multiple sclerosis (MS). The medication, also known as Lucid-MS, was first given to a sentinel subject — one individual in advance of the first full group

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Healthy influences at the right time: BGC programs change local lives

this section is presented This section was produced by the editorial department. The client was not given the opportunity to place restrictions on the content or review it prior to publication. by HAVEN HOME HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Published May 15, 2023 • 3 minute read Gabe, 10, enjoys

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Health Canada publishes a policy update on restricting the advertising of food and beverages to children

Statement Health Canada publishes a policy update on restricting the advertising of food and beverages to children April 25, 2023 | Ottawa, ON | Health Canada The Government of Canada is committed to protecting the health and safety of children across the country. Evidence shows that children are particularly vulnerable to food and beverage advertising

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After a frustrating season, the Clippers’ Ty Lue expects to return

PHOENIX — An emotional Ty Lue opened his news conference after the LA Clippers’ final loss of the season by thanking the fans, coaching staff, players, ownership, management and organization as a whole for the support they have given him as head coach the past three seasons. After the Phoenix Suns eliminated the Clippers with

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Sleep apnea causes cognitive problems even in healthy men, research finds

Most people with untreated sleep apnea develop heart disease, and researchers have assumed that’s why they also have cognitive problems. But a small new study finds that obstructive sleep apnea itself is harming the brain, giving new urgency to recognizing and treating the disorder. Otherwise healthy middle-age men newly diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea show

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