Vaccination

First images of cells exposed to COVID-19 vaccine reveal native-like coronavirus spikes

14 days ago   |   By ScienceDaily

New research has for the first time compared images of the protein spikes that develop on the surface of cells exposed to the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine to the protein spike of the SARS-CoV-19 coronavirus. The images show that the spikes are highly similar to those of the virus and support the modified adenovirus used in the vaccine as a leading platform to combat COVID-19.
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Oxford suspends trial of AstraZeneca vaccine on children amid fears of its link to deadly blood clots

Oxford suspends trial of AstraZeneca vaccine on children amid fears of its link to deadly blood clots

14 days ago   |   By Natural News

The University of Oxford announced on Tuesday, April 6, that it has suspended the trial on children and teenagers of the Wuhan coronavirus vaccine that it developed jointly with AstraZeneca. The tests were halted as Oxford waits for further information from Britain's top drug regulator about the vaccine's possible link with rare blood clots in adults. Oxford began its...
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An oral vaccine against coronavirus is being developed an owner of the LA Lakers 

An oral vaccine against coronavirus is being developed an owner of the LA Lakers 

14 days ago   |   By Daily Mail

Dr Patrick Soon-Shiong, part-owner of the LA Lakers, is helping develop an oral COVID vaccine that targets the globe-like shape in the middle of the vaccine rather than the spike protein.
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SARS-CoV-2 infection in young athletes tied to low risk for cardiac events

SARS-CoV-2 infection in young athletes tied to low risk for cardiac events

Collegiate athletes were unlikely to develop cardiac complications from SARS-CoV-2, according to a study published in Circulation. “Findings from this study provide an... Read more ...

Patient Lawsuits Cancelled; COVID Lobby Windfall; Faces of Breakthrough...

Patient Lawsuits Cancelled; COVID Lobby Windfall; Faces of Breakthrough Infection

Welcome to the latest edition of Investigative Roundup, highlighting some of the best investigative reporting on healthcare each week. UVA Health Cancels Patient Lawsuits The... Read more ...

In Depression, the Apple Doesn't Fall Far From the Tree

In Depression, the Apple Doesn't Fall Far From the Tree

Children as young as 9 years old have an increased risk of major depressive disorder and other psychopathologies if one or more generations in their family were also affected... Read more ...

J&J Pause Did Not Upend Vaccine Confidence: Poll

J&J Pause Did Not Upend Vaccine Confidence: Poll

A nationwide poll of 1000 Americans also finds the gap in overall vaccine beliefs between Republicans and Democrats could be narrowing. Read more ...

Peter Hotez Talks Russia, Lady Gaga, and the Antiscience Movement

Peter Hotez regularly counters antiscience rhetoric. He tells Eric Topol and Abraham Verghese how the movement cost lives in COVID-19, and that as clinicians, speaking up for... Read more ...

Study provides preliminary evidence for a neurocognitive subtype of PTSD

A major obstacle in understanding and treating posttraumatic stress disorder is its clinical and neurobiological heterogeneity. Read more ...

Tailored lenalidomide regimen benefits older patients with multiple myeloma

Tailored lenalidomide regimen benefits older patients with multiple myeloma

A dose-adjusted lenalidomide regimen that included discontinuation of dexamethasone after 9 months appeared safe and led to similar outcomes as continuous lenalidomide plus... Read more ...

JoJo Siwa Shares Adorable Pics With Girlfriend Kylie At Disneyland

JoJo Siwa Shares Adorable Pics With Girlfriend Kylie At Disneyland

JoJo Siwa and her girlfriend, Kylie Prew, look like they had the best day ever at Disneyland Ever since JoJo Siwa publicly came out by announcing that she's dating Kylie Prew... Read more ...

Free T4 may mediate association between pregnancy hormone, gestational...

Free T4 may mediate association between pregnancy hormone, gestational diabetes risk

A high human chorionic gonadotropin level in early pregnancy is associated with lower risk for developing gestational diabetes, with maternal free thyroxine level acting as an... Read more ...

Diabetes mortality more than double for Black vs. white adults in large US...

Diabetes mortality more than double for Black vs. white adults in large US cities

Diabetes mortality rates in the United States were more than twice as high for Black adults compared with white adults from 2008 to 2017, according to a study published in... Read more ...