Tag Archives: Help

Tool to help decision-makers during the coronavirus outbreak

The launch coincided with reports about the data in The New York Times and CBS Morning News. The new model is based on the American Hospital Directory and the American Hospital Association database: the most comprehensive annual survey of hospitals in the country. Information about current and projected inpatient and ICU bed availability, equipment, and professional… Read More »

How Much Can CBD Really Help?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a popular natural remedy for treating many conditions. It is not psychoactive, making it a darling among many who are looking for solutions to their physical, mental, and other conditions. You have probably come across a lot of information online about the magic benefits of CBD, and you may be wondering what… Read More »

Can light therapies help with bipolar disorder?

Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder characterized by episodes of both depressed and elevated mood. It typically begins in the late teens to early 20s. During depressive episodes, people experience low mood, loss of self-confidence, hopelessness, and impaired sleep and appetite. Manic episodes are marked by an increase in energy, euphoric or irritable and rapidly… Read More »

Pumping cold water inside the body could help after heart attacks

By Clare Wilson Cooling the body from the inside could reduce damage after a cardiac arrestSuwinai Sukanant/Alamy Stock Photo Doctors often cool down people who have had a cardiac arrest or stroke to reduce brain damage, usually with water-filled blankets. But doing this with a device that circulates cold water through a tube down the… Read More »

‘I was sexually assaulted on Christmas Eve and it was so difficult to find help’

It’s supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year, but for one woman the festive period comes with a reminder of something incredibly traumatic. Cara Hernon, a marketing professional from London was sexually assaulted on Christmas Eve eight years ago. The 29-year-old has spent years not wanting to discuss the awful night and… Read More »

Want to learn to box? This video series shot at Anthony Joshua’s gym will help

He did it – Anthony Joshua has regained his world title against Andy Ruiz Jr.  We’re celebrating with a series on how to box shot at Joshua-owned BXR London  Britain’s unified champion Anthony Joshua, 30 has been redeemed six months after he was defeated Andy Ruiz Jr in New York. In fact, boxing has become a… Read More »

Can a new generation of weight-loss drugs finally help patients win at the losing game?

In 1992, a University of Rochester pharmacologist named Michael Weintraub published a study on a drug combination that appeared to produce never-before-seen weight loss. By week 34, his subjects — 121 volunteers — lost, on average, 30 pounds. What’s more, they rated the fenfluramine-plus-phentermine regimen not only more helpful than placebo, but also not terribly “bothersome.” The tiny study… Read More »

Pelosi lieutenant to payers: Help us defeat Big Pharma

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s senior adviser on healthcare pitched the California representative’s drug plan to a ballroom full of insurance industry players Monday and called on them to support the bill aiming to take on the pharmaceutical industry.  While AHIP already praised the effort as a bold approach, Wendell Primus tried to convince the crowd that… Read More »

‘Don’t stress about the mess: let kids help in the kitchen’

Róisín Matthews – aka Mess Chef – with her daughter Rowena (5) and son Oscar (3). Photo: David Conachy Darina Allen at Ballymaloe Cookery School. Photo: Clare Keogh ‘Don’t stress about the mess: let kids help in the kitchen’ Independent.ie As the summer holidays draw to a close, families will be wondering if it’s possible… Read More »