College is typically an incubator for new ideas and concepts promoted by young adults who are guided by seasoned professors. For colleges, podcasts are relatively inexpensive to produce as compared to other more established media and they offer students a more open welcoming ecosystem.
In any human endeavor, there exists a measuring system we use to confer success, demonstrate progress, illustrate a need for improvement or starkly announce failure. There are numerous examples: the timer for track athletes, the rating system for NFL QBS, stock price for corporations, sales for authors and attendance for musical acts.
Alzheimer's disease is a degenerative neural disease caused by an abnormal build-up of proteins in the brain that kills cells and damages connections between neurons. Common symptoms include memory loss, difficulty thinking, disorientation and other kinds of cognitive decline. Symptoms can also include vision problems, especially trouble with spatial relationships and depth perception. Some patients develop trouble reading, following moving objects, or have problems with contrast.
When athletes or celebrities show off their bodies, signs of awe about their sculpted shapes typically revolve around this comment: “She (or he) has a body fat percentage of only six percent.”
Why do some people get seriously ill from COVID-19 and others show slight or no symptoms? The simple answer is that right now scientists and disease experts aren’t exactly sure, but one fact seems clear: The health of your immune system is a substantial factor in how each person reacts to a COVID-19 viral infection.
Senior citizens are often afflicted by loss of hearing and a new study concluded it's the brain, not the ears that may be the cause of the hearing difficulties.