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RCSI and LEO Pharma team up to investigate the role of blood clotting protein in breast cancer
RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences and LEO Pharma have partnered to better understand the role of a blood clotting protein in the spread of breast cancer.
3 hours ago - News Medical
There's a better way to fund your retirement
You can get the super industry's snout out of the feed trough, improve costs for businesses and still enjoy comfort in your golden years.
4 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
A Virus-Hunter Falls Prey to a Virus He Underestimated
Peter Piot, 71, one of the giants of Ebola and AIDS research, is still battling a coronavirus infection that hit him “like a bus” in March.
6 hours ago - NY Times
Overview identifies difficulties in preventing food fraud
Barriers to tackling food fraud include the cost and capability of authenticity testing, a changing mode of operation, and a complex regulatory system, according to...
11 hours ago - Food Safety
Lofty's significant contribution to medical science
Allan “Lofty” McLean came from fairly poor circumstances and was immensely proud, that by using his brain and hard work, he was able to reach the pinnacle in research and...
15 hours ago - Sydney Morning Herald
MARCH IS NATIONAL NUTRITION MONTH
National Nutrition Month is an annual campaign in March created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics aimed toward educating and informing the public on how to make healthy...
20 hours ago - Alameda Pediatric Dentistry
Trump Administration Coronavirus Testing Strategy Draws Concerns: 'This Isn't the Hunger Games'
The Trump administration's report to Congress sees states taking responsibility for coronavirus testing with federal guidance.
21 hours ago - NY Times
Keep your Earth bias in check: MIT scientists claim that alien hunting should not be limited to "Earth-like" life
We may need to be less anthropocentric if we are to find evidence of extraterrestrial life, experts say. Speaking at the inaugural TESS Science Conference at the Massachusetts...
1 day ago - Natural News
Fear of Covid Leads Other Patients to Decline Critical Treatment
Psychologists say anxiety and uncertainty prompt irrational decisions - like turning down a transplant when an organ becomes available.
1 day ago - NY Times
Visual Representation of Racial Diversity in Aesthetic Surgery Literature
Aesthetic surgery relies on the complex relationship between science and art to transform the human body and achieve a more appealing form. Additionally, plastic surgery is a...
1 day ago - Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
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Trials for COVID-19 Vaccine on Humans may Start in Six Months
As India ranked 10th in the global infection list, overtaking Iran, which was an early hotspot of coronavirus, India's top medical body has said the human trials of COVID-19...
WHO Suspends Clinical Trial of HCQ For Treating COVID-19
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the World Health Organization's Director-General, said that a clinical trial of hydroxychloroquine on COVID-19 patients has come to "a temporary pause.
Men with longer ring fingers face a lower risk of dying from Covid-19
Scientists led by Swansea University found in countries where men have short ring fingers, their death rates from COVID-19 were up to a third higher.
Number of Covid-19 deaths in week ending May 15 dropped to a six-week LOW
Data from the Office for National Statistics showed that 120 fewer people were killed by coronavirus between May 9 and 15 than in the week before, showing the outbreak is...
NHS gets green light to treat coronavirus patients with Ebola drug remdesivir
Early trials of remdesivir have suggested that it can speed up people's time to recovery by four days, British officials said, and doctors will now be able to give it to any...
Spirituality Tied to a Higher Quality of Life for Stroke Survivors, Caregivers
Higher spirituality among stroke survivors is strongly linked to a better quality of life for them and their caregivers who may also feel depressed, reveals a new study.
Human coronavirus vaccine trials to begin in Australia TODAY with 130 people
The testing will mark the first human trial of a COVID-19 vaccine in the Southern Hemisphere and will take place at Melbourne 's Alfred Hospital.
Cloth Masks may Help Decrease COVID-19 Transmission
Cloth masks made of several layers of cotton cloth can block droplet and aerosol contamination of the environment, which in turn may decrease transmission of COVID-19.
Could an inhaler fight off coronavirus? British scientists develop a device...
British scientists have developed a coronavirus inhaler designed to help patients fight off the disease as soon as symptoms start to show.
Gene Fault Linked to Dementia Doubles Severe COVID-19 Risk
Having a faulty gene linked to dementia increases the risk of developing severe COVID-19 even in people who had not developed these diseases, finds a new study.