AI COULD MAKE DOCTORS' WORK SIMPLER, FASTER, AND MORE PRECISE

One in nine women in the developed world will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in her life. The prevalence of breast cancer...

MANAGERS EXPRESS EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT BIAS TOWARD OTHERS FROM MARGINALIZED GROUPS, STUDY FINDS

In a study that examined bias in the workplace, a University of Florida researcher found that those in management positions demonstrate...

 
 
 

STUDY ASSESSES THE PREVALENCE OF RESIDUAL LUNG ABNORMALITIES FOLLOWING COVID-19 HOSPITALIZATION

In a new study published online in the American Thoracic Society's American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, researchers...

ADOPTION OF FRONT-OF-PACK NUTRITION LABELING IN THE AMERICAS CAN HELP REDUCE POOR-NUTRITION RELATED NCDS

The adoption of best practice front-of-pack nutrition labeling in more countries of the Americas can help reduce poor-nutrition related...

 
 
 

KLICK SCIENTISTS USE MACHINE LEARNING AND 12 HOURS OF CGM DATA TO PREDICT DIABETES ONSET

Scientists at Klick Applied Sciences have discovered a way to transform a continuous glucose monitor into a powerful diabetes screening...

EXPLORING NEURODEVELOPMENT AMONG ZIKA VIRUS-EXPOSED CHILDREN WITHOUT ZIKA SYNDROME

In a new study, researchers assessed the neurodevelopment in preschool-aged Zika-exposed children without congenital Zika syndrome.

 
 
 

PUMPKIN BYPRODUCTS EXHIBIT ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY

Researchers characterized the bioactive agents in the food industry byproducts of pumpkins.

SARS-COV-2 OMICRON INFECTIONS POSE LONG-COVID RISKS DESPITE REDUCED SEVERITY

Researchers compared the post-coronavirus disease complaints and symptoms in individuals infected with the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant...

 
 
 

MUCOSAL IGA FUSED NANOBODY AS A NON-INVASIVE, COST-EFFECTIVE PROPHYLAXIS AND THERAPEUTIC OPTION AGAINST MAJOR SARS-COV-2 VARIANTS

Researchers from the United States developed an affordable, non-invasive, inhalable prophylactic treatment consisting of immunoglobulin...

EXPLORING THE EFFECTS OF DIETARY FIBER ON GUT MICROBIOME AND INFLAMMATORY DISEASES

Researchers reviewed how dietary fibers modulate the composition and function of gut microbiota.

 
 
 

WHAT IS THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN RENAL FUNCTION AND REGULAR COFFEE CONSUMPTION?

Researchers explored the correlation between regular coffee usage and renal function.

VACCINATION AGAINST PERTUSSIS IN PREGNANCY AND OUTSTANDING SCIENTIFIC QUESTIONS

A recent paper published in Vaccines summarized the data presented and the discussions in the meeting regarding pertussis vaccination...

 
 
 

THE POTENTIAL OF GRAPE CONSUMPTION TO MODULATE UV-INDUCED SKIN ERYTHEMA

A recent Antioxidants study evaluated the effect of grape consumption on reducing UV-induced skin erythema.

THE EFFECT OF UBIQUITINATION ON SARS-COV-2 INFECTION AND PATIENT PROGNOSIS

A recent Clinical and Translational Medicine study utilized several published public datasets to evaluate the biological characteristics...

 
 
 

THE PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS OF PEDIATRIC POST-COVID IN A POPULATION-BASED SAMPLE

Researchers compared seropositive and seronegative children between the ages of six months and 17 years to assess the risk factors...

ANTIBODY RESPONSES ENGENDERED BY MATERNAL SARS-COV-2 VACCINATION FOLLOWING INITIAL AND BOOSTER DOSES IN MATERNAL CIRCULATION AND BREASTMILK

Researchers investigated passive immunization of the fetus and neonates by evaluating the antibody responses elicited by primary and...

 
 
 

TROUBLED SLEEP MAY BE LINKED TO RISK FACTORS FOR TYPE 2 DIABETES

As the Christmas season starts to ramp up, University of South Australia researchers are reminding people to prioritise a good night's...

COLLABORATIVE WORK UNRAVELS HIDDEN MOLECULAR SECRETS OF AGE-RELATED DISEASES

Insilico Medicine, a clinical-stage end-to-end artificial intelligence -driven drug discovery company, and the University of Copenhagen...

 
 
 

EXERCISE CAN HELP PEOPLE TO SLEEP BETTER

People in good physical shape are less likely to need a sleeping pill prescription from their doctor. This suggests that being fit...

RESEARCH PROJECT OBTAINS NEARLY SEVEN MILLION TO STUDY FACTORS THAT AFFECT HUMAN IMMUNE SYSTEM IN EARLY LIFE

The first few months and years of life are crucial to the development of the human immune system. This is an important phase as the...

 
 
 



SECRET CDC REPORT: Since the launch of Operation Warp Speed, at least 1.1...

SECRET CDC REPORT: Since the launch of Operation Warp Speed, at least 1.1 million Americans have "died suddenly"

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has quietly confirmed that at least 1.1 million Americans have “died suddenly” ever since Wuhan coronavirus “vaccines” were... Read more ...

Adopting a healthy diet and an active lifestyle can lower your risk of heart...

Adopting a healthy diet and an active lifestyle can lower your risk of heart disease

There are risk factors that increase the likelihood of developing heart disease.Some risk factors cannot be controlled, but you can take steps to lower your risk by addressing... Read more ...

No-lockdown Sweden now has lowest excess COVID-19 deaths worldwide

No-lockdown Sweden now has lowest excess COVID-19 deaths worldwide

The Scandinavian country of Sweden now has the lowest excess deaths from Wuhan coronavirus among many nations worldwide because it did not impose lockdowns and kept schools... Read more ...

Fed chair says China's zero-COVID policy damages global supply chain

Fed chair says China's zero-COVID policy damages global supply chain

China's extreme and repressive Wuhan coronavirus restrictions have affected the American economy by harming global supply chains, said Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome... Read more ...

Flu Season Raged Over Thanksgiving

Flu Season Raged Over Thanksgiving

The CDC reports that hospitalizations for confirmed flu cases nearly doubled during Thanksgiving week. Read more ...

Healthy plant-based diets linked to lower colorectal cancer risk in men

Healthy plant-based diets linked to lower colorectal cancer risk in men

Diets high in healthy plant foods and low in unhealthy plant foods were associated with a lower colorectal cancer risk in men, a recent study published in BMC Medicine... Read more ...

Toronto demonstrators stand with China's 'white paper revolutionaries'...

Toronto demonstrators stand with China's 'white paper revolutionaries' opposing never-ending COVID lockdowns

Demonstrators throughout China who are protesting the country's unending COVID-19 lockdowns have found some allies in Canada. As reported by Read more ...

Worldwide shadow government behind "elected" government officials and public...

Worldwide shadow government behind "elected" government officials and public health institutions

Despite appearing like a Democrat operation, the global vaccine infrastructure we are seeing unfold was actually architected by a hidden shadow government that quietly and in... Read more ...

Senators refuse to approve any new defense spending unless military's covid...

Senators refuse to approve any new defense spending unless military's covid jab mandate ends

Unless the United States military scraps its Wuhan coronavirus “vaccine” mandate for servicemen and servicewomen, Sen. Rand Paul and other Republican members of Congress are... Read more ...

CGM use lowers hospitalizations, may reduce mortality in type 1 and type 2...

CGM use lowers hospitalizations, may reduce mortality in type 1 and type 2 diabetes

Use of continuous glucose monitoring was associated with a lower risk for all-cause hospitalization and mortality in adults with type 1 and type 2 diabetes attending Veterans... Read more ...