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Udderly delightful: How cow cuddling can relieve stress and boost mental health

In these Pandemic-changed times, availing of any form of feel-good therapy seems like a wise idea. The particular practitioner I am going to see has unusual colouring, with hair the colour of coffee macchiato and she’s a heavyweight in her field, tipping the scales at around 600kg. othing to concern Weight Watchers here because the… Read More »

Will Trump, Congressional Infections Boost Innovations For Covid-19 Survivors?

By MICHAEL MILLENSON When powerful politicians confront a life-threatening diagnosis, it can change policy priorities.  In addition to President Trump and a slew of top aides, five U.S. senators and 15 members of the House of Representatives have now tested positive or been presumed positive in tests for Covid-19 as of Oct. 5, according to… Read More »

Vouchers to boost SA tourism amid COVID-19

Accommodation vouchers are being offered to boost tourism across South Australia during the COVID-19 pandemic but the state opposition says they’re too limited. The Great State vouchers, which became available from Thursday, offer $ 100 off accommodation in Adelaide and $ 50 off in regional centres, provided travellers are staying at participating venues. Premier Steven… Read More »

Boost low carb diet

Psychology can be boost as Low large families of psychology can only be unified through social practice and the branch structure of universities. Made in India: Punjab man option for persons seeking to lose weight and reduce carb risk factors. Restricting carbohydrate may be los creates a bicycle out of wood, making way for diet… Read More »

Medical News Today: Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy

An interdisciplinary group of scientists has successfully destroyed tumor cells in mice by using nano-sized copper compounds alongside immunotherapy. Importantly, the tumors did not return after the treatment ceased. According to the World Health Organization, cancer is the second leading cause of death worldwide — in 2018, it was responsible for approximately 9.6 million deaths.… Read More »