Rail transport: What happened to a “holistic” concept and common sense?

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How to Make Sense of This Fall’s Messy COVID Data

It is a truth universally acknowledged among health experts that official COVID-19 data are a mess right now. Since the Omicron surge last winter, case counts from public-health agencies have…

With goSTOPS’ ‘goLOCAL Experiences’, you can now enjoy a holistic travel experience where every sense is indulged

India, 21st September 2022 – “It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.” – Ernest Hemingway True to…

Hidalgo County health authority warns of ‘false sense of security’ surrounding COVID

Dr. Ivan Melendez Despite new guidelines from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention that ease COVID-19 isolation recommendations, the Hidalgo County health authority says there’s a false sense of…

Seven-month-old babies already have a sense of symmetry — ScienceDaily

The UPV/EHU’s Gogo Elebiduna research group is a pioneer in the field of psycholinguistics; it conducts research of various kinds to obtain knowledge about how the language faculty is acquired,…

Westfield Public Health Bulletin: Virus can have long-term effects on sense of smell

A couple weeks ago we talked about pizza and the loss of the sense of taste. Imagine a spring day driving over the bridge into downtown. Your windows are open…

Industry advocates at odds over ‘common sense’ health services bill

(Credit: Marko Geber / Getty Images) The senior living industry in Massachusetts is conflicted on a bill that would change the scope of practice in assisted living to permanently provide…

How Your Sense of Direction Is Shaped by Where You Grew Up

As a child in Chicago, Stephanie de Silva found that the city helped her get where she was going. Streets had directional names like “West” or “North,” and they often…

Making sense of calorie counts to maximize your workout burn

The number of calories a person burns doing a particular exercise or movement depends on various factors, including height and weight, sex, and muscle mass. But even your health and…

How the Coronavirus Steals the Sense of Smell

Few of Covid-19’s peculiarities have piqued as much interest as anosmia, the abrupt loss of smell that has become a well-known hallmark of the disease. Covid patients lose this sense…