Coronavirus: Trump claims coronavirus will last the entire summer

US President Donald Trump said the national emergency for coronavirus could continue until the end of…

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According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there is a “window of opportunity” to stop the…

HIV vaccine hopes undermined by the results of the trial

Hopes have been extinguished that an experimental vaccine will protect people from HIV, the virus that…

Can eating peels from bananas help you lose weight?

Bananas are very good for you. These are not only filled with 12% of your recommended daily dose of potassium and 20% of vitamins C and B6, but a single piece of fruit also has 3 grams of fiber. We are also a great resistant starch origin, a form that naturally suppresses your appetite…

The 6 Things This Nutritionist wishes she knew about healthy food

For more than two decades, I’ve been a dietitian, which is a period for l-o-n-g. Over…

Wearable cyborgs that drive the muscles with brain waves

Kristen Sorensen was 55 years old when she was paralyzed last year from the neck down. “It came from nowhere,” Sorensen says. “I would have been great with exercised every day, but then it just began to tingle in my fingertips.” Diagnosed with Guillain Barre syndrome in October 2018, a neurological condition affecting the nervous system of the body, she never expected to walk again. Yet earlier that year, in Jacksonville, Florida, the Brooks Cybernic Treatment Center became the first US center to use a revolutionary treatment technology developed in Japan — the Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL). HAL— effectively a wearable cyborg— helps people with spinal cord injuries and muscle…