"We need to remember that this is a small proof-of-concept study: 6 of our 16 initial patients responded to treatment with at least a 30 percent reduction on the Hamilton Rating Scale for depression," Schiweck concluded. "So, we need to repeat the work with a larger, antidepressant free sample. Our next step is to follow up depressed patients and patients who are in remission, to confirm that the changes we see can be used as an early warning system." … [Read more...] about How Vagus Nerve Robustness Is Linked to Depression Risk
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Run the burned area with cold running water for several minutes. Do not use ice for this. Apply a gauze bandage lightly without any ointments or oils. Take pain relievers, if necessary. If any blisters have formed, do NOT break them. When to see a doctor: Serious burns need to be treated by a doctor or in a hospital and if your burn is larger than 2 to 3 inches and is on the face, hands, feet, or over a joint like your shoulder or knee, immediately get professional help. … [Read more...] about World First Aid Day 2020: 10 Quick First Aid Tips And Essential Items For A First Aid Kit
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Though non-falsifiable theories have no place in science, they have a place in our anxious hearts. It would be nice to have a theory that was affirmed by every challenge to it. Nothing can kill it and everything that didn’t kill it (meaning everything) makes it stronger. Think of the confidence it would give you! Think of the power and popularity! People would flock to your non-falsifiable theory! … [Read more...] about Selfless Narcissists? The Paradox of the Headless Egomaniac