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Study examines artemisinin-based combination therapy as first-line treatment for malaria

1 hour ago   |   News Medical

When a mosquito begins to nibble on you, it is not merely feeding on your blood, it is also injecting its saliva into your skin. If that saliva happens to be full of parasites...
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My Daughter Died At Summer Camp - Don't Make The Same Mistakes I Made

My Daughter Died At Summer Camp - Don't Make The Same Mistakes I Made

12 hours ago   |   Scary Mommy

Trigger warning: child loss June 28, 2019 was a crisp, sunny day in Southern California. After our typical morning routine, accented by a “Yay! it's Friday!” cheer, my husband...
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For Diagnosing Skin Lesions, AI Risks Failing in Skin of Color

13 hours ago   |   Medscape

There has been "very little representation in darker skin types" in the machine learning algorithms developed so far. Medscape Medical News
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First Detailed Look at COVID Vaccine Skin Reactions

First Detailed Look at COVID Vaccine Skin Reactions

14 hours ago   |   MedPageToday   |   13 articles

A wide range of skin reactions has occurred following coronavirus vaccination - including some that mimic COVID-19 symptoms - but none proved to be serious, according to...
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Checkpoint Inhibitor Skin Side Effects More Common in Women

18 hours ago   |   Medscape

A small review found a doubling of the odds, but reasons are unclear. Medscape Medical News
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Pandemic-related mask wearing increased rhytides, acne

Pandemic-related mask wearing increased rhytides, acne

18 hours ago   |   Healio

During the COVID-19 pandemic, while mask wearing was prevalent, increases in acne, erythema and rhytides were reported, according to a poster presented at AAD VMX...
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Researchers use 3-D bioprinting to create custom-shaped cartilage for use in surgical procedures

1 day ago   |   News Medical

A team of University of Alberta researchers has discovered a way to use 3-D bioprinting technology to create custom-shaped cartilage for use in surgical procedures. The work...
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Collagen Might Help With Weight Loss - but This RD Says Supplements Aren't the Way to Go

Collagen Might Help With Weight Loss - but This RD Says Supplements Aren't the Way to Go

1 day ago   |   PopSugar

Collagen is known and beloved for its purported benefits for your skin, hair, and nails , but could this popular protein have another potential advantage: weight loss? It...
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Researchers advance 3D printing to aid tissue replacement

1 day ago   |   ScienceDaily   |   2 articles

Researchers are looking into a possible future in which doctors can hit a button to print out a scaffold on their 3-D printers and create custom-made replacement skin...
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Government now targeting resistant "white, rural conservatives" for coronavirus injections

Government now targeting resistant "white, rural conservatives" for coronavirus injections

1 day ago   |   Natural News

Not enough light-skinned conservatives are agreeing to take Donald Trump's Wuhan coronavirus injections at “warp speed,” so the mainstream media and the Biden regime are...
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Porter seeks court order to keep parts of ABC defence confidential

Christian Porter and the ABC are at loggerheads over the public release of the broadcaster's written defence to his defamation claim. Read more ...

Tszyu to beat Zerafa by knockout, predicts Horn

Having been in the ring with both Tim Tszyu and Michael Zerafa, former world champion Jeff Horn is uniquely qualified to predict a winner. Read more ...

Minister vetoes $280m loan to Queensland wind farm

Renewable energy developer Neoen says it will push ahead with a planned wind farm after Keith Pitt vetoed a Northern Australia Infrastructure Fund funding recommendation. Read more ...

Personalized medicines could be manufactured with 3D printing technology

Customized medicines could one day be manufactured to patients' individual needs, with University of East Anglia researchers investigating technology to 3D ‘print' pills. Read more ...

Yes, bank dividends are back but let's not party like it's 2019

Banks haven't let the COVID crisis go to waste, taking the opportunity to cut their payout ratios to shareholders happy to grab what they can. Read more ...

Fiji locks down 400-patient hospital after COVID death

Health authorities are quarantining all patients and staff within the compound until they can determine who had contact with the coronavirus patient. Read more ...

NSW government cops water policy blow as another setback looms

The upper house has rejected the scheme to license irrigators' extraction during floods while a federal agency has dismissed the government's river plans. Read more ...

‘There is no time limit': Jack de Belin jury could keep deliberating into...

The jury in the trial of footballers Jack de Belin and Callan Sinclair have signalled they may continue deliberating into next week in order to reach a unanimous verdict on the... Read more ...

Study: Millions of COVID-19 cases can be prevented by reaching higher...

With around 30 percent of the U.S. population now fully vaccinated, the rate of daily vaccinations has started to slow, raising concerns that greater efforts and investments... Read more ...

Fear of losing employer-sponsored health insurance keeps 1 in 6 workers in...

One out of every six adult workers in the United States are staying in jobs they might otherwise leave out of fear of losing their employer-sponsored health insurance... Read more ...