Last year undoubtedly enriched our speech with new concepts: pandemic, coronacrisis, self—isolation - the changes affected our usual rhythm of life, working days and infrequent weekends. Due to increased stress, another word that characterizes the current era has become increasingly common - burnout. People who are overworked face emotional fatigue, anxiety and lack of motivation. We understand how to recognize professional burnout and what needs to be done to avoid it.
Scientists from the University of Toronto have developed a device based on a conventional smartphone that diagnoses COVID-19. According to the Scripps Research Center, collected from Fitbit gadgets, recovery from COVID-19 occurs in 2-3 months. Cuba has developed three of its own vaccines. India is successfully localizing vaccines from foreign manufacturers. Russia begins testing a vaccine against human papillomavirus.
We share the recommendations of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) on spending screen time so as not to disrupt the circadian rhythm.
Remember how on push-button phones you had to poke at the keyboard for a long time to find the right letter, and then also make a smiley face out of characters, for example, like this:’-). With the advent of touch phones, life, of course, has become easier, and with the advent of messengers — faster. In 10 seconds we manage to discuss the whole day, and earlier during this time the SMS only managed to reach the addressee. It seems that everyone has gone online now, and what remains for mobile operators?
As part of the development of the Health Heuristics information platform, it is planned to organize the collection of data on the health of residents of Russia, including fitness tracker indicators. Neuroscientists from the University of Pittsburgh have concluded that music strengthens memory and heals dementia.
Both cars and electronic devices require heat removal systems, which are usually made of iron, steel or aluminum. However, this may soon change, as scientists have created two magnesium alloys, which they claim can reduce the weight of such systems by a third.
Students always came up with a way to cheat and cheat, and teachers fought and stopped these attempts. But if earlier it was a whole art to sneak in and use cheat sheets or gadgets unnoticed, now it is as easy as it is tempting. And it would even be strange if students did not take advantage of such an opportunity that distance learning gives them.
Two years ago TikTok was a funny entertainment for children. And now it is a social network with an estimated value of more than $ 75 billion, which Donald Trump himself is afraid of.
Regardless of the situation in the world, quarantine and self-isolation, the sky is always free and open. Even when it's overcast. And it can be studied by observing amazing things and making discoveries for yourself. We will tell you how.
Changes in medical approaches are not always noticeable on close examination, but over time they become apparent. If nothing had changed, our teeth would still be treated by hairdressers, and there would be no MRI machines in hospitals. Together with the platform <a href="http://theoryandpractice.ru/posts/17963-chto-my-zhdem-ot-meditsiny-budushchego-profilaktika-gadzhety-tekhnologii?utm_source=popmekh&utm_term=chtomyzhdemotmeditsiny">" Theories and practices"</a> we invite you to learn about what medicine will be like in 10-15-30 years, starting from technologies and devices that already exist now.