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A randomised clinical trial to evaluate the safety, fit, comfort of a novel N95 mask in children | Scientific Reports

A randomised clinical trial to evaluate the safety, fit, comfort of a novel N95 mask in children | Scientific Reports

Air pollution, such as haze or smog, is an evolving and increasingly significant problem around the world. A wide range of hazards of chronic air pollution in children include nocturnal cough, asthma, poor performance in neurobehavioral function, negative impact in cognitive development and harmful effects on brain development1,2,3,4,5. In particular, children represent a vulnerable segment of any population. They carry more risks of long term exposure to pollution over the course of their lives and are susceptible to acquiring chronic diseases in their developing lungs6,7,8,9,10,11. Use of masks and respirators can offer protection against air pollutants. However, the commercially available disposable particulate respirators, typically certified for surgical (which may only offer some barrier against larger particles) and occupational use, are mainly designed for and studied in adults. The test standards are specified according to adult breathing conditions and fit. There are to date, no masks designed for and evaluated in children.

A randomised clinical trial to evaluate the safety, fit, comfort of a novel N95 mask in children | Scientific Reports

Comparative Effectiveness of Three Exercise Types to Treat Clinical Depression in Older Adults

Comparative Effectiveness of Three Exercise Types to Treat Clinical Depression in Older Adults

A Systematic Review and Network Meta-Analysis of Randomised Controlled Trials – ScienceDirect

Highlights

•Older adults can benefit from either aerobic, resistance, or mind-body exercise.

•Exercise is a therapeutic ally to pharmacological treatment of clinical depression.

•Pooled NMA evidence demonstrates high compliance and tolerance of exercise.

•There is opportunity for patients to select their preferred type(s) of exercise.

•Clinicians should facilitate exercise prescription based on patient preference.

Comparative Effectiveness of Three Exercise Types to Treat Clinical Depression in Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Network Meta-Analysis of Randomised Controlled Trials – ScienceDirect

Growth Hormone DHEA Metformin In Aging Clinical Study

Growth Hormone DHEA Metformin In Aging Clinical Study

“A new clinical trial found that a combination of Growth Hormone, DHEA & Metformin helped to restore the size of the thymus gland and reverse biological age (epigenetic age via the GrimAge test).”

➢ Link to study:

Fahy, G. M., Brooke, R. T., Watson, J. P., Good, Z., Vasanawala, S. S., Maecker, H., et al. (2019). Reversal of epigenetic aging and immunosenescent trends in humans. Aging Cell, 18(6), 421–12. http://doi.org/10.1111/acel.13028

https://highintensityhealth.com/growth-hormone-dhea-metformin-in-aging-clinical-study/