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( First Pill for Postpartum Depression Finally Reaching Patients
May 27th 2024, 11:33

Source: ( Google News - HealthThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration fast-tracked zuranolone in 2017—a step taken for drugs that could treat serious conditions and fill an unmet medical need. In clinical trials, it was shown to improve symptoms of severe postpartum depression such as anxiety, difficulty sleeping, loss of pleasure, low energy, and social withdrawal, in some cases within three days. Supplies of the pill are finally now available, and early results are...


( AI-Powered Hate Content on the Rise, Experts Warn
May 27th 2024, 11:33

Source: ( Canadian Broadcasting Company - Top Stories NewsThe video is of a real historical event—a speech given by Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler in 1939—but with the help of artificial intelligence, Hitler delivers his antisemitic remarks in English. After being posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, the clip then racked up more than 15 million views earlier this year in a trend that researchers and organizations have flagged as worrying: a rise in AI-generated hate.


( Want to Keep Your Brain Sharp? Here Are 5 Things You Can Do
May 27th 2024, 11:32

Source: ( Canadian Broadcasting Company - Health NewsExperts say that cognitive health is about much more than forgetting someone's name or where you put your phone. It's also about focus and concentration, judgment and intuition, and learning. Fortunately, studies have shown there are lots of things we can do to help our brains stay sharp—from exercise to sleeping well to maintaining social connections. Here are some specific tips.


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