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20:48
25/02/2021
Naomi Osaka makes dramatic hair change after Australian Open win: 'I’m living for this!'
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20:34
25/02/2021
FDA OKs First 'Targeted Treatment' for Rare DMD Mutation
The FDA has approved casimersen (Amondys 45) injection for treating patients with both Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) and a rare mutation of the DMD gene. FDA Approvals...
20:15
25/02/2021
UTIs lotadas, alta nas mortes e explosão de casos: avanço de Covid-19 deixa estados em situação crítica
Ao menos 12 estados enfrentam dificuldades. Brasil bateu nesta quinta recorde de mortes registradas em 24 horas: 1.582. Estados brasileiros estão em situação crítica na Saúde em raz&ati...
20:09
25/02/2021
Ministério diz ter assinado acordo para compra de 20 milhões de doses da Covaxin
Vacina ainda não teve resultados de estudos de fase 3 publicados e por isso não há dados sobre a eficácia contra a Covid-19. Previsão é que a farmacêutica indiana Bharat Bi...
20:03
25/02/2021
Smile! These top-rated teeth whitening strips are on sale for just $15 at Amazon
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20:03
25/02/2021
Interleukin-1 receptor antagonist plasma levels correlate with neurofilament light, disability in MS
Plasma levels of interleukin-1 receptor antagonist correlated with cerebrospinal fluid neurofilament light levels and predicted disability among patients with MS, according to a study presented at the ACTRIMS virtual mee...
20:00
25/02/2021
Brasil bate recorde de mortes por Covid-19 registradas nas últimas 24 horas: 1.582
País contabilizou 10.393.886 casos e 251.661 óbitos por Covid-19 desde o início da pandemia, segundo balanço do consórcio de veículos de imprensa. Média móvel chego...
19:57
25/02/2021
Top-notch wireless earbuds at a price that looks like a typo: $18? Grab them now at Amazon
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19:44
25/02/2021
'My Goldilocks pot': Amazon's No. 1 best-selling Dutch oven is over 50 percent off — and it's not Le Creuset
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19:30
25/02/2021
Amazon is having a major sale on Apple accessories—save up to 60 percent!
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19:25
25/02/2021
FDA approves Amondys 45 injection for rare form of Duchenne muscular dystrophy
The FDA announced that it has granted accelerated approval for Amondys 45 injections as a treatment for a rare form of Duchenne muscular dystrophy, according to a press release.“Developing drugs designed for patien...
19:14
25/02/2021
'Viveremos semanas muito difíceis', diz Carlos Lula, representante dos secretários de estado da saúde
Nesta quinta-feira (25), o ministro da Saúde, Eduardo Pazuello, fez reunião com os conselhos de secretários de saúde e disse que estamos em 'nova etapa' da pandemia. Secretário de Estad...
19:06
25/02/2021
Masking does not affect oxygen saturation in patients with asthma
Wearing a mask does not affect oxygen saturation in patients with or without asthma, according to research presented at this year’s virtual American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Annual Meeting.“T...
18:57
25/02/2021
Cam Newton shares ‘girl dad’ moment with father-daughter pedicures
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18:53
25/02/2021
Raised in the '80s? Relive your childhood with the best throwback shows to watch on Disney+
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18:51
25/02/2021
Psychiatric Disorders Linked to Earlier Alzheimer's Onset
Depression, anxiety, and other psychiatric disorders are linked to earlier onset of Alzheimer's disease, new research shows. Medscape Medical News...
18:36
25/02/2021
Prescription monitoring programs underused in opioid epidemic
Prescription monitoring program data, “a vital tool to help combat the potential harms associated with prescription opioid misuse,” were underutilized by health care professionals, researchers wrote in Pain M...
18:33
25/02/2021
Google-Backed Database Tracks Details on COVID Cases Worldwide
Google supplied funds and expertise to build the repository; it's unclear how the international database will be financed in the long term. Medscape Medical News...
18:23
25/02/2021
As hospital numbers fall, fatigued staff get relief at last
When COVID-19 patients inundated St. Louis hospitals, respiratory therapists arriving for yet another grueling shift with a dwindling supply of ventilators would often glance at their assignments and cry, heading into th...
18:22
25/02/2021
Masks Vital to Stopping COVID at Gyms
Coronavirus outbreaks at fitness centers last summer were likely the result of exercisers and instructors not wearing masks, new research reveals....
18:21
25/02/2021
FDA expands Simponi Aria labeling to include fatigue in RA, PsA
The FDA has approved a label update for Janssen’s golimumab to include language that treatment alongside methotrexate improves fatigue in patients with active psoriatic arthritis and moderately to severely active r...
18:21
25/02/2021
New machine learning tool facilitates analysis of health information, clinical forecasting
Clinical research requires that data be mined for insights. Machine learning, which develops algorithms to find patterns, has difficulty doing this with data related to health records because this type of information is ...
18:19
25/02/2021
Brain age serves as sensitive marker for information processing speed in MS
Brain age represented a valuable, volume-based principal component of MRI findings in patients with MS that correlated with information processing speed, according to results presented at ACTRIMS Forum.“Aging is a ...
18:17
25/02/2021
Childhood ADHD diagnosis increases risk for subsequent psychotic disorder
Childhood ADHD appeared linked to increased risk for a subsequent psychotic disorder, according to results of a systematic review and meta-analysis published in JAMA Psychiatry.“Epidemiologic evidence examining the...
18:16
25/02/2021
COVID-19 spreads easily in gyms, CDC finds. Here's how you can work out safely indoors.
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18:15
25/02/2021
Lymphopenia ‘independent predictor of mortality’ in pneumonia
Primary care patients with a low lymphocyte count “years before” developing pneumonia were at an increased risk for dying, researchers of a retrospective cohort study wrote in the British Journal of General P...
18:14
25/02/2021
Russell Wilson jokes that it’s time for Ciara to stop breastfeeding. Should nursing have an end date?
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18:06
25/02/2021
It’s time to spring clean your slow computer. 6 things you can do right now
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18:04
25/02/2021
Longer Allergy Season, Pollen Travels Farther
New research on climate change explains an extended allergy season with pollen on the move....
18:03
25/02/2021
Microfluidics and AI Microscopy for Hemoglobin Measurements
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Science and SigTuple Technologies, a company based in Bengaluru, India, have developed a method to inexpensively measure hemoglobin levels in small-volume blood samples. The techniq...
18:02
25/02/2021
Openly available toolkit to help lab-based coronavirus research
The rapid onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, which is caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, has meant that many laboratories around the world have quickly redirected research efforts to focus on COVID-19. Correspondingly, there h...
18:00
25/02/2021
Is a slow computer cramping your WFH style? Try these fixes before you freak out
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18:00
25/02/2021
Study shows comparative outcomes of toric, non-toric versions of AcrySof IQ PanOptix IOL
A prospective comparative case series of 50 patients implanted bilaterally with either the toric or non-toric version of the AcrySof IQ PanOptix aspheric quadrifocal IOL from Alcon showed comparable outcomes.“At 3 ...
17:59
25/02/2021
Why experts say a good mood can lead to good health
It doesn't take a scientist to understand that laughter feels good, while anger feels awful....
17:59
25/02/2021
Mediterranean diet could keep aging brains sharp
(HealthDay)—Helping your brain stay sharp with age may be as simple as changing up the food on your plate at dinnertime, a new study suggests....
17:59
25/02/2021
Alzheimer's may strike women and men in different ways
(HealthDay)—The ravages of Alzheimer's may strike later in women than men, but once it takes hold women tend to deteriorate far faster than men, according to a new study....
17:59
25/02/2021
Treatment to lower RA disease activity feasible in pregnancy
(HealthDay)—Low disease activity and remission are feasible goals for women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) cared for with a modern treatment approach during pregnancy, according to a study published online Feb. 10 ...
17:59
25/02/2021
More than half of U.S. adults use dietary supplements
(HealthDay)—During 2017 to 2018, 57.6 percent of U.S. adults used any dietary supplement in the previous 30 days, according to a February data brief published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...
17:59
25/02/2021
Masks vital to stopping COVID at gyms, studies show
(HealthDay)—If you think you can safely exercise without your mask in a gym during the pandemic, two new government reports show you are mistaken....
17:54
25/02/2021
One Major Side Effect of Eating Eggs Every Day, Says Science
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17:51
25/02/2021
La La Anthony talks parenting, saying positive affirmations and not feeling guilty about self-care
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17:48
25/02/2021
Nova variante já é 'parte do cotidiano' e estamos enfrentando 'nova etapa' da pandemia, alerta ministro da Saúde
Ministro fez pronunciamento ao lado de representante dos conselhos de secretários de saúde. Ministro da Saúde, o general Eduardo Pazuello, tem criticado os laboratórios por solicitarem a isen&...
17:46
25/02/2021
Many transgender women with HIV are not tested for STIs, analysis finds
Despite national guidelines recommending that sexually active people with HIV be tested annually for STIs, many transgender women with HIV are not tested for syphilis, chlamydia or gonorrhea, researchers reported.Writing...
17:44
25/02/2021
Sun exposure reduces risk for pediatric-onset MS
Spending more time in sunlight was associated with a significantly reduced risk for pediatric-onset MS, according to findings presented at the ACTRIMS virtual meeting.The relationship between sun exposure and MS has alre...
17:40
25/02/2021
Gym Sessions Without Masks Can Spread COVID-19, CDC Studies Say
Gyms can be hot spots for COVID-19 outbreaks if people don't wear face masks, even if they follow social distancing guidelines, according to new research from the CDC. WebMD Health News...
17:37
25/02/2021
Belgians warned to shun mask distributed by government
Belgian health authorities have warned citizens to stop using millions of cloth facemasks distributed by the federal government last year to fight the coronavirus pandemic....
17:36
25/02/2021
Italy's Lombardy again in virus crisis as Brescia sees surge
Italy's northern Lombardy region, where Europe's coronavirus outbreak erupted last year, asked the national government Thursday for more vaccines to help stem a surge of new COVID-19 cases that are taxing the health syst...
17:36
25/02/2021
Meet the vaccine appointment bots, and their foe
Having trouble scoring a COVID-19 vaccine appointment? You're not alone. To cope, some people are turning to bots that scan overwhelmed websites and send alerts on social media when slots open up....
17:35
25/02/2021
Pediatric maintenance peritoneal dialysis mortality rate linked to country income
A registry study of children undergoing maintenance peritoneal dialysis worldwide shows an overall mortality rate of 5% after 3 years, with higher mortality rates in low-income countries.“Income category explained ...
17:34
25/02/2021
Worldwide coronavirus deaths top 2.5 million: AFP count
Covid-19 has killed more than 2.5 million people worldwide since the pandemic began in December 2019, according to an AFP count based on official figures at 1730 GMT Thursday....
17:33
25/02/2021
AstraZeneca hopes to make up EU vaccine shortfall
AstraZeneca's boss expressed confidence Thursday that his company can make up a huge shortfall in COVID-19 vaccine doses promised to the EU, in a grilling by MEPs alongside rival CEOs....
17:30
25/02/2021
Orthopedic partnership brings advanced care to New England
University Orthopedics partnered with Orthopedic Care Physician Network to create a New England-based orthopedic care organization, according to a press release.The partnership, effective beginning in July of 2021, will ...
17:20
25/02/2021
Eprenetapopt-based regimen shows promise for TP53-mutated myelodysplastic syndrome, AML
Eprenetapopt plus azacitidine appeared well-tolerated and yielded high remission rates among patients with TP53-mutated myelodysplastic syndrome and oligoblastic acute myeloid leukemia, according to results of a phase 1b...
17:19
25/02/2021
Artificial "brain" reveals why we can't always believe our eyes
A computer network closely modeled on part of the human brain is enabling new insights into the way our brains process moving images—and explains some perplexing optical illusions....
17:18
25/02/2021
New treatment location challenges thoughts on addiction
Researchers have discovered that there may be a new pathway in the brain that provides pain relief and reduces cravings for opioids....
17:12
25/02/2021
Bladder cancer is more advanced in South Texas, study shows
Bladder cancer is more aggressive and more advanced in South Texas residents than in many parts of the country, a study by the Mays Cancer Center, home to UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson, indicates....
17:10
25/02/2021
Harnessing the power of proteins in our cells to combat disease
Over many decades now, traditional drug discovery methods have steadily improved at keeping diseases at bay and cancer in remission. And for the most part, it's worked well....
17:06
25/02/2021
Most Severe COVID Tied to Four Cardiometabolic Conditions
The authors of a new study are calling for stronger public health lifestyle advice to minimize the risk for COVID-19 hospitalization. Medscape Medical News...
17:04
25/02/2021
Quick! The mighty Dyson Cyclone V10 is on sale for the lowest price we've seen!
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17:03
25/02/2021
Researchers develop drive-thru type test to detect viral infections in bacteria
The pandemic has made clear the threat that some viruses pose to people. But viruses can also infect life-sustaining bacteria and a Johns Hopkins University-led team has developed a test to determine if bacteria are sick...
17:03
25/02/2021
Removing one barrier to opioid use disorder treatment
On January 14, 2021, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) submitted notice to the Federal Register that it would issue practice guidelines that exempt physicians from the requirement to apply for a waiver to...
17:02
25/02/2021
Study finds changes in gut microbiome connected to Alzheimer's-like behavior
New research in mice published today in the journal Scientific Reports strengthens the growing scientific consensus regarding the role of the gut microbiome in neurodegenerative disorders including Alzheimer's disease....
17:02
25/02/2021
Brasil teve 736 casos e 46 mortes de crianças e adolescentes por síndrome associada à Covid desde início da pandemia, diz ministério
Mais atingidas pela Síndrome Inflamatória Multissistêmica Pediátrica (SIM-P) foram crianças de 0 a 9 anos. São Paulo, Pará e Ceará foram os estados com mais casos. O...
17:01
25/02/2021
Experts Issue “Alarming” Warning Over New NYC COVID Variant
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16:58
25/02/2021
New radiology research shows promising results for focused ultrasound treatment of Alzheimer's
West Virginia University scientists used MRI scans to show what happens when ultrasound waves target a specific area of Alzheimer's patient's brains. They concluded that this treatment may induce an immunological healing...
16:57
25/02/2021
Chip simplifies COVID-19 testing, delivers results on a phone
COVID-19 can be diagnosed in 55 minutes or less with the help of programmed magnetic nanobeads and a diagnostic tool that plugs into an off-the-shelf cell phone, according to Rice University engineers....
16:57
25/02/2021
Researchers find new biomarker for active sarcoidosis
Low blood levels of immune cells called lymphocytes, in combination with higher levels of inflammation on PET/CT scans, are indicators of active sarcoidosis—an inflammatory disease that attacks multiple organs, par...
16:46
25/02/2021
Salma Hayek says she lies about her weight, but not her age: 'I like being 54'
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16:30
25/02/2021
DSEK graft survival rate high at 10 years
Outcomes from 10 years of follow-up show that Descemet’s stripping endothelial keratoplasty is a viable treatment option, with a high rate of graft survival over the long term, according to one speaker.“We sh...
16:28
25/02/2021
El Salvador is first Central American country to eliminate malaria
El Salvador became the first Central American country and 38th country globally to eliminate malaria, the Pan American Health Organization announced.“Malaria has afflicted humankind for millennia, but countries lik...
16:17
25/02/2021
Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Flu Has Disappeared in the US
Experts say that measures put in place to fend off the coronavirus -- mask wearing, social distancing, and virtual schooling -- were a big factor in preventing a "twindemic" of flu and COVID-19. Associated Press...
16:11
25/02/2021
$52 Million Campaign to Push COVID Vaccinations
The Ad Council and COVID Collaborative launched a campaign to encourage Americans to get a COVID vaccine when one is available for them, marking one of the largest public education efforts in the US. WebMD Health News...
16:09
25/02/2021
Why allyship means 'creating space' for the oppressed, then 'getting out of the way'
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16:06
25/02/2021
AGA: Lifestyle modifications ‘cornerstone’ to achieving weight loss in NAFLD
The AGA Institute Clinical Practice Updates Committee and the Governing Board published evidence-based intervention advice for lifestyle modifications for treating nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in Gastroenterology.&ld...
16:00
25/02/2021
Scientists identify cells responsible for liver tissue maintenance and regeneration
While the amazing regenerative power of the liver has been known since ancient times, the cells responsible for maintaining and replenishing the liver have remained a mystery. Now, research from the Children's Medical Ce...
15:55
25/02/2021
Chelsea Handler, 46, skis naked, shares inspiring birthday message: 'Celebrate your body'
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15:46
25/02/2021
Setting Curfews for Your Teens
Curfews for your teens can be tough to enforce, but it’s important that kids have guidelines to keep them safe and healthy....
15:44
25/02/2021
Entyvio linked with lower serious infection risk in UC
Patients with ulcerative colitis treated with Entyvio had a lower risk for serious infections compared with those who received anti-TNF, according to study results.Siddharth Singh, MD, MS, from the University of Californ...
15:41
25/02/2021
Nurses Travel Hours to Vaccinate SD Native Communities
Nurse Molly Longbrake and her team of healthcare providers in South Dakota have administered 4000 doses and plan to vaccinate about 12,000 people, often where only a hospital or small clinic is available. WebMD Health ...
15:28
25/02/2021
Top in hem/onc: Sickle cell gene therapy, primary care in cancer centers
Last week, bluebird bio suspended clinical trials with its LentiGlobin product for sickle cell disease due to reported cases of hematologic malignancies among patients who received the treatment. It was the top story in ...
15:17
25/02/2021
New Coronavirus Variant Found in NYC, Northeast
Two research teams have identified a new coronavirus variant in New York City and across the Northeast that could evade natural immune responses and some monoclonal antibody treatments. WebMD Health News...
15:02
25/02/2021
These ‘unbreakable’ tights are so strong, you’ll never be able to rip them
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15:01
25/02/2021
New Danger Sign You’ll Get Alzheimer’s Early, Says Study
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14:57
25/02/2021
Nurse-approved: This no-touch thermometer is on sale for $25 at Amazon — it's nearly 60 percent off
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14:50
25/02/2021
Researchers identify drugs with potential to stop plaque buildup in arteries
Glycomics researchers at the University of Alberta and CHU Sainte-Justine have reported a discovery that could lead to new treatments for cardiovascular disease....
14:47
25/02/2021
Survey reveals racial, political differences in COVID-19 responses
America's stark racial disparities in health care have been exposed by COVID-19, but a new study from Michigan State University suggests that Black individuals are more likely than conservative White people to adhere to ...
14:47
25/02/2021
Plant-based diets improve cardiac function, cognitive health
What if you could improve your heart health and brain function by changing your diet? Boston University School of Medicine researchers have found that by eating more plant-based food such as berries and green leafy veget...
14:45
25/02/2021
Preventing seizures after brain injury could stave off dementia
Blocking seizures after a head injury could slow or prevent the onset of dementia, according to new research by University of Alberta biologists....
14:38
25/02/2021
Scientists uncover new details of SARS-CoV-2 interactions with human cells
If the coronavirus were a cargo ship, it would need to deliver its contents to a dock in order to infect the host island. The first step of infection would be anchoring by the dock, and step two would be tethering to the...
14:37
25/02/2021
Why some coronavirus strains are more infectious than others
Coronavirus outbreaks have occurred periodically, but none have been as devastating as the COVID-19 pandemic. Vivek Govind Kumar, a graduate student, and colleagues in the lab of Mahmoud Moradi at the University of Arkan...
14:36
25/02/2021
Overlooked cilium could be genetic key to common diseases
Until recently, scientists believed that the primary cilium—an antenna-like structure found on the surface of most human cells—was largely vestigial and had little bearing on the day-to-day lives of human bei...
14:33
25/02/2021
New signaling pathway in neurons
Neurodegenerative diseases, such as various forms of senile dementia or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), have one thing in common: large amounts of certain RNA-protein complexes (snRNPs) are produced and deposited in...
14:33
25/02/2021
New tool reveals security and privacy issues with contact tracing apps
Researchers have developed a tool to identify security and privacy risks associated with COVID-19 contact tracing apps....
14:30
25/02/2021
Perceived discrimination makes black females more likely than males to exercise, eat healthy
Black men and women, as well as adolescent boys and girls, may react differently to perceived racial discrimination, with Black women and girls engaging in more exercise and better eating habits than Black men and boys w...
14:30
25/02/2021
You Can Catch COVID From This Surface for Three Days, Says Study
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14:28
25/02/2021
Researchers map metabolic signaling machinery for producing memory T cells
Immunologists at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital have mapped the previously unknown biological machinery by which the immune system generates T cells that kill bacteria, viruses and tumor cells....
14:25
25/02/2021
Vida is now selling FDA-registered KN95 masks—for kids
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14:23
25/02/2021
Study identifies potential link between soldiers exposed to blasts, Alzheimer's
Research shows that soldiers exposed to shockwaves from military explosives are at a higher risk for developing Alzheimer's disease—even those that don't have traumatic brain injuries from those blasts. A new Army-...
14:22
25/02/2021
Researchers find substantial uncertainties in COVID-19 pandemic simulations
Computer modeling to forecast Covid-19 mortality contains significant uncertainty in its predictions, according to an international study led by researchers at UCL and CWI in the Netherlands. Their article 'The Impact of...
14:21
25/02/2021
Why Is Liver Cancer More Lethal for Black Patients?
A new study looks at this aggressive type of cancer and current screening guidelines....
14:20
25/02/2021
Listen up! Bluetooth speakers are massively on sale at Amazon, but only for today
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14:15
25/02/2021
One Major Side Effect of the Mediterranean Diet, Says New Study
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14:12
25/02/2021
13 Healthiest Fast Food Burgers, Recommended By Nutritionists
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14:08
25/02/2021
A Canadian success story: World-first to treat Fabry disease with gene therapy
Results of a world-first Canadian pilot study on patients treated with gene therapy for Fabry disease show that the treatment is working and safe....
14:08
25/02/2021
Moderna sends variant-specific vaccine to NIH for clinical study
Moderna said it has modified its COVID-19 vaccine to target the B.1.351 variant and shipped doses to the NIH for phase 1 testing.The original vaccine, mRNA-1273, has been shown to be highly efficacious against wild-type ...
14:08
25/02/2021
Scientists reveal details of antibodies that work against Zika virus
The Zika outbreak of 2015 and 2016 is having lasting impacts on children whose mothers became infected with the virus while they were pregnant. Though the numbers of Zika virus infections have dropped, which scientists s...
14:06
25/02/2021
Antibodies recognize and attack different SARS-CoV-2 spike shapes
The virus that causes COVID-19 belongs to the family of coronaviruses, "corona" referring to the spikes on the viral surface. These spikes are not static—to infect cells, they change shapes. Maolin Lu, an associate...
14:06
25/02/2021
In Transgender Youth, Obesity Impacts Effects of Sex Steroids on HDL-C
In transgender and gender-diverse young people receiving sex steroids, obesity exacerbates the decrease in HDL-C levels and attenuates the benefits of estradiol, researchers say. Reuters Health Information...
14:05
25/02/2021
Study shows mother's diet may boost immune systems of premature infants
Medical researchers have long understood that a pregnant mother's diet has a profound impact on her developing fetus's immune system and that babies—especially those born prematurely—who are fed breast milk h...
14:03
25/02/2021
Modern Treatment Tied to Low Disease Activity in Pregnant Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis
Many pregnant women with rheumatoid arthritis may achieve low disease activity in the third trimester with a modern treatment regimen that includes anti-TNF medications, a recent study suggests. Reuters Health Informat...
14:03
25/02/2021
New type of bone cell could reveal targets for osteoporosis treatment
Researchers at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research have discovered a new type of bone cell that may reveal new therapeutic approaches for osteoporosis and other skeletal diseases....
14:02
25/02/2021
Study finds short window for donating convalescent plasma to COVID-19 patients
The optimal timeframe for donating convalescent plasma for use in COVID-19 immunotherapy, which was given emergency use authorization by the Food and Drug Administration in August 2020, is within 60 days of the onset of ...
14:02
25/02/2021
Dr. Fauci Just Said This is the Best Vaccine to Get
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14:00
25/02/2021
Very Low COVID Infection Rate Among Dental Hygienists
Dental hygienists have a low rate of COVID-19, even though their jobs are considered high-risk, a new study says....
14:00
25/02/2021
EGFR inhibitors in cancer treatment may be associated with adverse cutaneous events
A number of epidermal growth factor receptor inhibitors used in the oncology setting continue to demonstrate impacts on keratinocyte growth and cause adverse skin reactions, according to a study.“Cutaneous adverse ...
13:51
25/02/2021
FDA grants breakthrough therapy designation to Cabometyx for thyroid cancer subset
The FDA granted breakthrough therapy designation to cabozantinib for treatment of certain patients with thyroid cancer, according to the agent’s manufacturer.The designation applies to use of the agent for patients...
13:50
25/02/2021
Germany Approves COVID Home Tests to Ease Way Out of Lockdown
Germany approved three COVID-19 tests for home use as part Health Minister Jens Spahn's strategy to help Europe's biggest economy emerge from a lockdown that has been in place since mid-December. Reuters Health Informa...
13:50
25/02/2021
South Korea's Fertility Rate Falls to Lowest in the World
South Korea's fertility rate fell to the lowest in the world last year, data showed on Wednesday, as uncertainty over the coronavirus discouraged couples from marrying and having children. Reuters Health Information...
13:50
25/02/2021
EU Mulls Vaccination Passports to Resurrect Tourism After COVID-19
European Union leaders will agree on Thursday to work on certificates of vaccination for EU citizens who have had an anti-COVID shot, with southern EU countries that depend heavily on tourism desperate to rescue this sum...
13:50
25/02/2021
Top psych stories of February: Tai chi may improve older adults’ sleep and more
Healio Psychiatry has compiled a list of its five most-viewed stories in February.Study findings on sleep improvements among older adults linked to tai chi, a Q&A regarding the psychiatrist’s role in mitigating...


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