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  • Jun 18 2021

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    On 7th June 2021, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new treatment for Alzheimer’s patients in the US. This is the first treatment to be approved in almost two decades, and the first to target the cause of Alzheimer’s disease rather than just the related symptoms. However, gaps in cli...

  • Mar 07 2021

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    Yet another dusk, with the sounds of falling leaves, singing birds and the small, welcoming breeze I was strolling with my thoughts. With the rewind of the day's events, the incomplete pieces set back to their place leaving peace to the soul. I never go to the walk alone, I am always accompanied by ...

  • January 16 2021

      It is often thought that the pleasure for food (liking) and the motivation to eat (wanting) are responsible for weight regain after weight loss. On the contrary, my PhD (both experimental research and systematic review) suggests that Weight Loss could decrease the pleasure for high-energy food.   ...

  • January 8 2021

    Even after the year that was 2020, I’ve spotted countless articles and media outlets “helping” people set New Year’s resolutions and kick bad habits. Whilst I’m not one to usually set a resolution, this year I want to do more of what I love which includes these articles. So now the thesis is in and ...

  • December 11 2020

    From my big, arms-outstretched morning yawn, to my stifled awkward supressed facial stretches in online meetings, I yawn a lot. From Hippocrates to the modern day, scientists have long pondered over the reasons why we yawn. Here we’ll look at some of the explanations and discover if other species al...

  • November 18 2020

    Performing science outreach has become a common alternative career for many classically trained scientists. Whether it’s running a popular YouTube channel where you perform chemistry experiments for kids or writing articles for medical magazines, there are plenty of ways in which you can work within...

  • November 5 2020

    Author: Clayton Mansel Just about anyone who has come into contact with popular neuroscience and psychology has surely heard of the trendy notion that our brains are "hard-wired" in certain ways. A simple search of "hard-wired" in Google News demonstrates how pervasive this idea is:  Hard-wired agai...

  • October 22 2020

    If doing a literary essay is one of your dreams, you're in luck, because here we are going to teach you how to make a short one, but of the highest quality. But I will tell you something, you will have to work and be constant, since it is only with practice, how you achieve perfection. Do not give ...

  • October 16 2020

    Understanding the core concept- It is always important to comprehend the main concept of a particular maths. By focusing on the logic behind a specific mathematics, one will not have to remember the steps, rather, can solve the math using his/her own steps or procedure. Having a good grip or underst...

  • October 8 2020

    Author: Sophie Prosolek The subjects of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) are often grouped together due to their inherent overlap in subject matter and logic-focused approach to teaching and learning. However, with a rising employment focus on interdisciplinary skills, STEM i...

  • September 25 2020

    As we pass 6 months of lockdown measures in the UK, some long term symptoms of covid-19 are starting to emerge. Alongside viral fatigue and continued breathing difficulties, less obvious, neurological, health problems are becoming more of a concern. So what do we know about the effects of coronaviru...

  • September 21 2020

    September is World Alzheimer's Month, raising awareness and understanding of a disease that has received increased media attention in recent years.   What is Alzheimer's disease? Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common type of dementia, encompassing around 60-80% of dementia cases. The National ...