Memory Support Supplements

Support healthy brain function with memory support supplements. Today’s moments are tomorrow’s memories. Our brains contain the stories we use to remember who we are and where we’ve been. It’s heartbreaking when these memories flicker and fade, which is why taking action against memory loss and cognitive decline is so crucial. June is Alzheimer’s &… Read More »

Havana Syndrome Attacks Leave Baffling Symptoms

Mark Zaid, lawyer, Washington, DC. James Giordano, PhD, Georgetown University, senior fellow in biosecurity, technology, and ethics, U.S. Naval War College. National Academies of Science, Engineering, Medicine: “An Assessment of Illness in U.S. Government Employees and Their Families at Overseas Embassies.” Journal of the American Medical Association: “Neuroimaging Findings in US Government Personnel With Possible… Read More »

UnitedHealthcare delays controversial ER policy following backlash

Dive Brief: UnitedHealthcare, the biggest private payer in the U.S., is delaying a controversial policy that could retroactively deny emergency room bills it deems non-emergent — potentially saddling patients with costly medical bills — following intense backlash from patient advocates and hospital groups. “Based on feedback from our provider partners and discussions with medical societies,… Read More »

Gurugram More Livable Than Mumbai, Bengaluru From COVID-19 Perspective: Study

New Delhi, June 10: As per a study, Gurugram is a more suitable city to live in from a COVID-19 perspective as compared to Mumbai and Bengaluru. “We believe that considering factors such as population density, open area ratio and hospital infrastructure could be of far more importance than distance from work or affordability to decide… Read More »