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Fat Cell Hormone can Boost Potential of Stem Cell Therapy
Adiponectin, a hormone derived from fat cells, improves mesenchymal stem cell-based treatment of heart failure, finds a new study.
Another coronavirus death recorded in Wales and seven new cases
The latest Public Health Wales figures were revealed as holiday businesses in Wales started to re-open
Study Says COVID-19 Left 147 Million People Unemployed Globally
Coronavirus pandemic has made 147 million people unemployed, revealed new study. While some regions, such as China and the US, have experienced greater direct economic effects...
Excess Deaths from COVID-19; Getting to Herd Immunity: It's TTHealthWatch!
TTHealthWatch is a weekly podcast from Texas Tech. In it, Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine, and Rick Lange, MD, president of the Texas...
Family Planning During COVID-19
World population day: It's time to bring back the 'choice, voice debate' on family planning during coronavirus pandemic.
On a keto diet? Satisfy that sweet tooth with these keto-approved sweeteners
The keto diet may seem daunting to anyone who loves carbs and sweets. After all, dieting means being careful about what you eat. However, there are many ways to make dishes...
President's Letter from Dr. Kris Bryant - July 2020
Dear Colleagues, Yes, I know. COVID-19 cases are surging in communities across the United States. But just for a minute, let's take a break and celebrate some of the other...
Novel Drug Candidate may Develop Effective Treatments for Brain Disorders
Novel chemical compound discovered has the potential to become a new drug for the treatment of core symptoms of brain disorders such as Down syndrome and autism, reports a new...
Why Lopinavir and Hydroxychloroquine are Ineffective Against COVID-19
Lopinavir and Hydroxychloroquine do not work on COVID-19 because the concentration of both these drugs in the lungs of patients are not sufficient to fight the infection...
Abnormally High Fasting Blood Sugar Could Double Death Risk in COVID-19 Patients
COVID-19 patients with abnormally high blood sugar are linked to double the risk of death and an increased risk of severe complications, according to a new study.