PART FOUR OF SPECIAL REPORT By Brenda Goodman and Andy Miller Brenda Goodman is a senior news writer for WebMD, and Andy Miller is editor and CEO of Georgia Health News. State health officials will deploy portable medical tents at an upcoming eclipse event in Hopkinsville and all food vendors in the region will be inspected, says the release. Seventeen (31%) of the 55 decedents had subcategory J62.0 listed as the underlying (11) or contributing (6) cause of death.
Recent studies on how nature’s foods and natural medicines found in plants can help to improve memory and boost cognitive ability found herbs such as ginger to be a potentiating agent for cognitive functions. This event targets pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and other interested health care professional.
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The state health department also offers safety tips for those who will be spending the day outdoors while waiting on the eclipse, including: stay hydrated and drink plenty of water; avoid drinking alcohol, which causes you to lose fluid; wear light colored, loose fitting clothes and a hat; apply and reapply sunscreen throughout the day with at at least a SPF 15 rating; use an Environmental Protection Agency-registered insect repellent, and keep your hands washed to avoid spreading germs.
Although more research is needed to fully comprehend the mechanism behind this effect, the researchers suggested that the cognitive enhancing effect of this plant extract on working memory observed in this study might be partly related to its antioxidant effect.