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Jan 27, 2023

La forza che vince l’inerzia

È stupefacente come scienza, fisica, filosofia e psicologia si fondono tra loro su alcuni concetti. Per esempio la FORZA è quella causa capace di modificare lo stato di quiete o di moto di un corpo. In fisica si intende fattore esterno che smuove un corpo dallo stato di Inerzia, ma in senso più

Jan 27, 2023

Strength is the force that beats inertia

It is amazing how science, physics, philosophy and psychology come together on certain concepts. For example, STRENGTH can be seen as a force capable of moving a person between states of activity and inactivity. In physics, the corresponding term is FORCE, which refers to an external agent that moves an object from a

Jan 5, 2023

What’s the fittest fitness for the oldest old?

Even for 60ish youngsters, researchers reaffirm that exercise is essential. But just walking won’t cut it — break out the weights and go for strength training too. By Lola Butcher Like many in her age range, Sylvia McGregor, a 97-year-old in Sydney, Australia, deals with her share of maladies — in her case,

Jan 4, 2023

Smartphone operated tool uses light beam to detect malaria

By: Neena Bhandari A quick, affordable, non-invasive detection tool could help accelerate progress in meeting the UN Sustainable Development Goals’ target to eliminate malaria, say researchers who developed it. The WHO’s global technical strategy for malaria 2016–2030 aims to reduce malaria incidence and mortality rates by at least 75 per cent by 2025

Dec 30, 2022

Innovation ecosystems in health: countries and theoretical models used

This article sought to analyze the innovation ecosystems in health, countries that develop them and the theoretical models they resort to. To this end, three databases carried out a systematic review through a bibliographic search in English, Spanish and Portuguese. 40% of health innovation ecosystems are in the USA, 13% in South Africa,

Dec 29, 2022

Acacia mangium: A promising plant for isolating anti-hepatitis C virus agents

Medicinal plants are potential resources for isolating drug candidates. Various plants have been reported to possess pharmacological effects including anti-hepatitis C activities. The current study examined the anti-hepatitis C virus (HCV) activities of Acacia mangium extracts in solvents with various polarities and further evaluated the mechanism of action of the extracts using Western