Having plants at home improves psychological well-being during lockdown

An international study coordinated by the Research Group for Urban Nature and Biosystems Engineering (NATURIB) from the University of Seville’s Escuela Técnica Superior of Agricultural Engineering emphasizes that having plants at home had a positive influence on the psychological well-being of the dwelling’s inhabitants during COVID-19 lockdown. Researchers from the Hellenic Mediterranean University (Greece), the Federal Rural University of Pernambuco […]

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Katie Price Wants to Give Son Harvey, 18, 'Best Shot at Life'

Next steps. Katie Price is giving an inside look into her 18-year-old son Harvey’s transition to full-time care in her BBC show. Everything Katie Price Has Said About Raising Son Harvey “Things change when you’re 18 for anyone when you become an adult,” the former model, 42, said in the Saturday, January 16, trailer for Katie Price: Harvey and Me. […]

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Take That! Candace Cameron Bure, More Celeb Moms Back at Parenting Police

The claws will come out if you mess with a mama. Case in point: Khloe Kardashian ripped into a Twitter user who called her daughter True “not cute at all.” A disgusted Kardashian fired back, “What type of disgusting human being are you? It’s pathetic that you are this miserable in your life.” Of course, the Revenge Body host isn’t […]

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Thousands at risk of blindness set to benefit from a new eye drug

Thousands at risk of blindness set to benefit from a new drug that slows vision loss and can even improve sight Brolucizumab approved for patients with wet age-related macular deterioration The painless yet incurable eye disease is leading cause of blindness in over-55s New jab needs to be given only every 12 weeks rather than every single month Thousands of Britons […]

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With winter at hand, the virus whips up winds of uncertainty – The Denver Post

Coronavirus cases spiking nationwide. A chill, existential and literal, setting in once more. And now: a winter likely to be streaked by a soundtrack of sirens instead of silver bells. It was winter when the pandemic began, and it will be winter long before it’s over. Weary and traumatized from months of death and confinement, Americans are being handed mixed […]

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Hypertension at Middle Age Associated With Cognitive Decline

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 16, 2020 — Hypertension at younger or older middle ages is associated with cognitive decline in different abilities, according to a study published online Dec. 14 in Hypertension. Sara Teles de Menezes, Ph.D., from Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and colleagues conducted a longitudinal study involving 7,063 participants in the ELSA-Brasil cohort (mean age, […]

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