Sumary of The Recovery Room: News beyond the pandemic — June 11:
- Medical News Today has covered this fast-moving, complex story with live updates on the latest news, interviews with experts, and an ongoing investigation into the deep racial disparities that COVID-19 has helped unmask..
- Next, we’ve news of how exoskeleton technology is helping some people with multiple sclerosis (MS) boost their mobility and cognition, and how exposing people with Alzheimer disease to flickering sound and light may improve their symptoms..
- We also have articles on the possible role of whole fruit in reducing the risk of diabetes, an introduction to low carb, high protein diets, and the brain networks involved in learning new skills..
- We highlight this research below, along with several other recent stories that you may have missed amid all the COVID-19 fervor..
- The latest article is every bit as fascinating as part one, and a third article on cutting-edge cancer research will follow soon..
- Now, researchers have helped make exercise available for people with advanced symptoms — using an exoskeleton..
- Conolidine is extracted from the bark of the pinwheel flower, and researchers have developed a synthetic version that binds even more powerfully to a single receptor involved in pain regulation..
- Asthma and allergies hub The latest MNT resource hub launched this week, this time focusing on asthma and allergies….