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✔️ Vaccines | Memory-formation discovery | Much more! | TAPP Updates - Issue #6

Kevin Patton
Kevin Patton
Happy Monday! This issue has a few vaccine updates, including COVID (of coruse), malaria (finally!), & fear of needles. A new trifocal corneal inlay. And this is weird (but wonderful, if true): our brains may “rotate” memories to protect them. Those stories and more…

Life Science Upates
Vaccines Are Effective Against the New York Variant, Studies Find - The New York Times
Fear of Needles Is a Real Thing. Here's How to Overcome It | Discover Magazine
Researchers have designed the first totally transparent trifocal corneal inlay
The Brain ‘Rotates’ Memories to Save Them From New Sensations
Malaria vaccine hailed as potential breakthrough - BBC News
Can a newborn's brain discriminate speech sounds?
Teaching & Learning Updates
Image Description Guidelines
Some tips on writing alt tags for graphs, diagrams, and other images that we may be using in our teaching materials.
TAPP News & Notes
Welcome to The A&P Professor
Academic Integrity in Anatomy & Physiology Courses | The A&P Professor
Teaching Slides: Smooth and Simple Animations Dramatize the Story of A&P | TAPP 89
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