Our body is home to about 300 to 500 different types of bacteria. They can be found in our gastrointestinal tract. While some of these bacteria are good and some bad, all of them are crucial to our gut health…. Read More ›
North America is bounded to the north by the Arctic Ocean, to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, to the west, and south by the Pacific Ocean, and to the southeast by South America and the Caribbean Sea. It is the third largest continent by area and the fourth by population.
Name: Mo Al-KhalafJob: Cardiac Immunology Research FellowCountry: CanadaAge: 36 Dr. Mo Al-Khalaf is a graduate from the University of Ottawa, with a PhD in Cellular and Molecular Medicine. He also holds a Bachelors’ and Masters’ in Science in the field of Biochemistry from… Read More ›
Video games have become a mainstream activity among older adults who have found functional utility and pleasure in gaming. With better access and ease of use, older adults are using video games to reduce stress, maintain mental sharpness, connect, and… Read More ›
A newly released book by first-time author, Breanna Deutsch, proclaims that the world’s largest and most pressing healthcare issue is none other than what the majority of people consider an unwavering part of life: aging. Deutsch asserts that the leading… Read More ›
There are many shocking stories about the way older people have been treated by friends, family members, and even nursing home employees. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), elder abuse can lead to physical injuries – ranging from minor scratches… Read More ›
Name: Dr. Michelle CauncaJob: Epidemiologist and Fourth-Year Medical Student Country: United StatesAge: 29 Dr. Michelle R. Caunca is a Ph.D. in Epidemiology and Fourth-Year Medical Student in the Medical Scientist Training Program at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. She is… Read More ›