Hoping for a breakthrough, the search for answers on the long Covid continues

Hoping for a breakthrough, the search for answers on the long Covid continues

A new US study is the latest to identify several factors that make some people more susceptible to long Covid than others. Yet, with millions around the world experiencing debilitating symptoms weeks or months after they were first infected, the medical establishment still doesn’t understand why. Patients who were obese at some point before Covid-19 … Read more

Hoping for a breakthrough, the search for answers on the long Covid continues

Hoping for a breakthrough, the search for answers on the long Covid continues

A new US study is the latest to identify several factors that make some people more susceptible to long Covid than others. Yet, with millions around the world experiencing debilitating symptoms weeks or months after they were first infected, the medical establishment still doesn’t understand why. Patients who were obese at some point before Covid-19 … Read more

About 45% of U.S. small businesses are freezing hiring amid runaway inflation and rising labor costs

About 45% of U.S. small businesses are freezing hiring amid runaway inflation and rising labor costs

About 45% of small business owners in the United States are freezing the hiring of new workers due to high labor costs and soaring inflation, according to the Alignable July Hiring Report. A competing survey yielded similar results, interviewing 4,739 small business owners, conducted from late June to mid-July. This despite the fact that 51% … Read more

The first ‘She-Hulk’ trailer at Comic-Con

The first ‘She-Hulk’ trailer at Comic-Con

Tatiana Maslany goes into lawyer mode. A new trailer for “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law” dropped from Marvel Studio’s Comic-Con panel this Saturday. The cast and crew in attendance billed the series as Marvel’s first half-hour television comedy. “It’s so overwhelming,” Maslany said at the top of the Comic-Con panel. “What’s so exciting about She-Hulk is … Read more

Gerrit Cole can’t hold his own against Orioles, Yankees struggles continue

Gerrit Cole can’t hold his own against Orioles, Yankees struggles continue

BALTIMORE — The scorching days of summer have arrived for the Yankees. They’re dealing with an overworked, injury-worn bullpen and a rotation that hasn’t matched its first-half success. The result was three losses in four games after the All-Star break, as they fell to the Orioles, 6-3, on Saturday night at Camden Yards. Gerrit Cole … Read more

Dynamic Indicators of Mental Illness Captured by Advanced AI in Brain Imaging

Dynamic Indicators of Mental Illness Captured by Advanced AI in Brain Imaging

Summary: A new AI algorithm has used fMRI data to identify new brain patterns linked to mental health disorders. Source: Georgia State University New research from Georgia State University’s TReNDS Center could lead to early diagnosis of devastating illnesses such as Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia and autism, in time to help prevent and more easily treat … Read more

Dynamic Indicators of Mental Illness Captured by Advanced AI in Brain Imaging

Dynamic Indicators of Mental Illness Captured by Advanced AI in Brain Imaging

Summary: A new AI algorithm has used fMRI data to identify new brain patterns linked to mental health disorders. Source: Georgia State University New research from Georgia State University’s TReNDS Center could lead to early diagnosis of devastating illnesses such as Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia and autism, in time to help prevent and more easily treat … Read more

Martha Stewart devastated by loss of pet peacocks ‘devoured’ by aggressive coyotes

Martha Stewart devastated by loss of pet peacocks ‘devoured’ by aggressive coyotes

Martha Stewart mourns the loss of her beloved pet peacocks who were brutally killed at her home in Katonah, New York. The 80-year-old TV personality took to her Instagram page on Saturday to share the news that her peacock named “Blueboy” was among a group of her birds that were devoured by a pack of … Read more

The transfer portal is about to get even wilder when the NCAA allows players to transfer multiple times

The transfer portal is about to get even wilder when the NCAA allows players to transfer multiple times

The announcement was made during SEC Media Days, where the motto “It Just Means More” took on new meaning. “Surprised by this? Absolutely surprised by this,” Tennessee coach Josh Heupel said after Thursday’s first hearing that the NCAA had basically just allowed athletes to transfer unlimited times. “I think this only increases the craziness of … Read more