Some people over age 60 have few, if any, classic hypothyroidism symptoms, while others experience the same symptoms younger people do. Still others have hypothyroidism symptoms that are not typical at all, making the diagnosis even more difficult. Any of the following signs and symptoms can indicate hypothyroidism in an older person. 1. Unexplained high cholesterol. High cholesterol is sometimes the only evidence of an … Continue reading Hypothyroidism symptoms and signs in an older person
White coat hypertension, more commonly known as white coat syndrome, is a phenomenon in which people exhibit a blood pressure level above the normal range, in a clinical setting, though they do not exhibit it in other settings. It is believed that the phenomenon is due to anxiety experienced during a clinic visit. Hypertension or high blood pressure is a condition where the force of … Continue reading What is White Coat Hypertension?
Organoids are cultured cells in a three-dimensional (3D) environment that model features of organ function, composition and development. Since organoids can better recapitulate the signaling and morphological cues that occur within the human body, scientists have turned to using organoids to study normal and pathological conditions, and as a method to test potential therapeutics for human disease. Organoid Research Techniques, a new Wiley Essential Knowledge … Continue reading Organoid Research Techniques Evolution and Applications
Researchers found that poor sleep interferes with certain pain centers of the brain and can change how a person perceives and reacts to discomfort. In the study, scientists scanned the brains of 25 healthy adults in two sleep environments: first, after they slept eight hours, and again after they were kept awake for 24 to 28 hours. During both scans, they also received uncomfortable levels … Continue reading Poor sleep can change your reaction to pain
Pharmacy according to the Royal Institute Dictionary, BE 2542, provides the meaning that is the science of medicine Natural medicine or synthesis into finished drugs In addition to cooking drugs Pharmaceutical also covers pharmaceutical care for patients, such as considering appropriate medications for patients. Assessment and review of drug use Monitoring of side effects from drug use Including drug distribution Proper drug storage And pharmacy … Continue reading How to cook Pharmacy drug?
4 Proven strategies for awakening the third eyeFirst, we’re going to describe the most important guidelines that will help you develop your third eye. 1.Cultivate silence Foster the silence of the mind, whether it’s through meditation, just sitting calmly in nature, or being absorbed in your favorite art or sport practice. Why? Because third eye perception elevates your senses to more subtle levels. Some call … Continue reading How To Open Your Third Eye?
The third eye (also called the mind’s eye, or inner eye) is a mystical and esoteric concept of a speculative invisible eye, usually depicted as located on the forehead, which provides perception beyond ordinary sight. What is the third eye or true clairvoyance and where? Third Eye or Third Eye is a term that people are interested in practicing meditation in Thailand and abroad. For … Continue reading Clairvoyant of Third Eye. What is the third eye or true clairvoyance and where?
Gay brain structure research found That gay brain structure like a real woman Indicates sexual orientation, originated in the mother, BBC News – Meet gay and genuine women with some characteristics in the brain. The part that deals with emotions, feelings and concerns as well While the male brain is actually the same as that of lesbians, indicating that sexual orientation is likely to be … Continue reading About Gay Brain Structure Research
Chester Carlson was the first inventor of photocopies in the world in 1937, which was not a small discovery. But he couldn’t convince anyone to buy his ideas. Carlson spent 22 years trying to sell his ideas to dozens of companies. In which there were GE, IBM, RCA and Kodak. Finally, in 1959, Haloid, the first company before becoming Xerox, later bought the idea of … Continue reading Type of Emotional Machine, Aristotle
The amygdala is part of a group of neurons called subcortical nuclei located in the piriform lobe in the brain and in the front of the temporal lobe that has the same name because it resembles almonds. Emotional awareness and response And is the main component of the limbic system as well as the hippocampus Amygdala consists of several subgroups of neurons, including the lateral, … Continue reading All information about Amygdala
BBC News – “Fear” or shocking symptoms and things around you seem to be a major obstacle to human beings, especially “fearless without reason.” Recent scientists from New York University can identify the location on the brain. That helps us remove existing “fear”. Researchers from New York University have revealed through Neuron journal Neurology that in humans there are glands that can be frightened. Like … Continue reading Amik Da La Amigdala Amygdala
The two hemispheres of our brain. Our brain is divided into 2 halves, or hemispheres, that are connected to each other by the corpus callosum. These two hemispheres control the motion in and receive sensory inputs from the opposite side of our body. Science has tried to solve the mystery of the brain for decades. Chemists and biologists devoted their efforts to studying brain function. … Continue reading How wonderful on 2 brain of hemispheres