Psychology & Psychiatry

Why good weather did nothing to lift spirits in lockdown

Come rain or shine, the weather did nothing to ease or worsen the mental health consequences of COVID-19—according to new research from the University of East Anglia and the University of Essex.

Cardiology

Machine learning (AI) accurately predicts cardiac arrest risk

A branch of artificial intelligence (AI), called machine learning, can accurately predict the risk of an out of hospital cardiac arrest—when the heart suddenly stops beating—using a combination of timing and weather data, ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

U.S. may duck a COVID surge from variant that sent Britain reeling

More infectious COVID-19 variants are spreading in the U.S. at the same time as cases are falling and the national vaccination campaign is picking up steam. Put it all together, a Harvard epidemiologist said Friday, and it ...

Cardiology

Airplane noise at night can trigger cardiovascular death

Most studies on transportation noise and cardiovascular mortality have focused on long-term exposure to noise. These studies demonstrated that chronic noise exposure is a risk factor for cardiovascular mortality. Across Europe, ...

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