Blood tests: To identify infections or an autoimmune condition. Blood oxygen level test: To evaluate the amount of oxygen in the blood. Lung function tests: To find out whether the lungs are working properly or not. Sputum sample test: To detect if infections (bacteria or virus) are the cause. CT scan: To look for signs of lung damage due to pulmonary fibrosis. Biopsy: To exactly determine the scarring of the lungs and rule out other lung diseases. Why Small Pulse Oximeter Is Becoming A Major Tool For Doctors During The COVID-19 Pandemic … [Read more...] about COVID-19 And Pulmonary Fibrosis: Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors And Treatments
A first of its kind study at the University of Bologna addressed this question by targeting the re-consolidation process in the prefrontal cortex to wipe out fears induced by negative memories. The new study, published in the journal Current Biology, describes a method of blocking re-consolidation to erase recurring trauma and alter how the prefrontal cortex functions so that an aversive event no longer induces fear. The research team, led by Sara Borgomaneri, used TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) to create magnetic fields that alter neural activity in particular areas of the brain. … [Read more...] about Have Scientists Found a Way to Erase Your Worst Fears?
4. Differences In Thoughts And Opinions Lead To Argument Anamika says, "Growing up and learning things in our lives helps us in understanding what's good and bad. We become inclined towards rational and logical thinking. Now when you try to explain something to your parents or put your opinions and ask them to discard superstitions, they often think that we are being disobedient and outspoken. They feel I have grown arrogant and egotist just because now I am earning." … [Read more...] about Exclusive: How Moving In With Parents Have Changed Youths During This Pandemic