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( Long-Term Use of Acid Reflux Drugs Linked to Higher Risk of Dementia
Aug 22nd 2023, 09:24

Source: ( Google News - HealthMillions of people use a class of acid reflux medications known as proton pump inhibitors (PPI) to treat heartburn, indigestion, and related conditions. However, a study published this month in the journal Neurology found that patients who take certain PPIs for several years have a higher risk of dementia compared to people who don't. "PPIs are typically intended for short-term management of gastrointestinal symptoms," warned study co-author...


( With a Simple Question, Ukrainians Probe Mental Health at a Time of War
Aug 21st 2023, 08:00

Source: ( Google News - HealthHow are you? In Ukraine, this question is much more than a casual conversation starter. It's an invitation to express how you're coping with the war. "This question becomes like a form of love, an act of love. We ask because we understand that it's a part of our inner therapy," said art historian Halyna Hleba, co-curator of a large art exhibit—called "How Are You?"—featuring Ukrainian artwork since Russia launched its full-scale invasion 18...


( The Link Between Seasonal Allergies and Mental Health
Aug 21st 2023, 08:00

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportSeasonal allergies may cause more than just a stuffy nose. In some people, the condition can exacerbate mood disorders or related symptoms. Multiple studies have suggested an overlap between seasonal allergies, or allergic rhinitis, with anxiety, depression, and suicidal behavior. Study findings also suggest an association between allergic rhinitis and increased risk for psychiatric disorders, including eating disorders.


( Pediatric Mental Health Emergencies Surge at U.S. Hospitals
Aug 21st 2023, 07:59

Source: ( United Press International - Health NewsAmerica's emergency rooms are being flooded by children suffering from psychiatric emergencies like anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts or attempts, a new joint report from three leading medical associations warns. This surge in pediatric mental health emergencies has overwhelmed ERs in the U.S., says the joint paper from the American Academy of Pediatrics, American College of Emergency Physicians, and Emergency Nurses Association.


( YouTube Starts Music AI Incubator with Universal Music As Partner
Aug 21st 2023, 07:59

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportYouTube is launching an incubator to work with artists and musicians to explore the use of artificial intelligence in music, according to its blogpost on Monday. YouTube has signed up Universal Music as its first partner for the Incubator, and will work with artists such as Anitta and ABBA's Björn Ulvaeus. The incubator will "work with some of music's most innovative artists, songwriters, and producers across the industry," YouTube CEO Neal...


( Protesters March to Object to Florida's Black History Teaching Standards
Aug 21st 2023, 07:58

Source: ( ABC News - PoliticsDozens of teachers, students, and labor leaders marched to a Miami school district headquarters Wednesday to protest Florida's new standards for teaching Black history, which have come under intense criticism for what they say about slavery. The protesters objected to new curriculum standards requiring teachers to instruct middle school students that enslaved people "developed skills which, in some instances, could be applied for their personal...


( AI-Generated Art Cannot Receive Copyrights, U.S. Court Says
Aug 21st 2023, 07:19

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportA work of art created by artificial intelligence without any human input cannot be copyrighted under U.S. law, a court in Washington, D.C., has ruled. Only works with human authors can receive copyrights, U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell said on Friday, affirming the Copyright Office's rejection of an application filed by computer scientist Stephen Thaler on behalf of his DABUS system.


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