Nasal spray reduces exhaled aerosol particles, study shows
Nasal spray reduces exhaled aerosol particles, study shows
Results from an early safety study of Moderna Inc.’s coronavirus vaccine candidate in older adults showed that it produced virus-neutralizing antibodies at levels similar to those seen in younger adults, with side effects roughly on par with high-dose flu shots, researchers said.
Moderna COVID-19 vaccine appears safe, shows signs of working in older adults: Study
Childhood risk for developing the allergic/autoimmune disorder known as celiac disease might be eliminated if infants were exposed to gluten as early as four months of age, new British research suggests.
Exposing babies to wheat very early might prevent celiac disease: Study
More and more people are turning to 'intermittent fasting' to lose weight, but the jury is still out on whether the tactic works.
Do fasting diets really work? New study finds little benefit
Africa's overburdened public health systems, dearth of testing facilities and overcrowded slums had experts predicting a disaster when COVID-19 hit the continent in February.
Puzzled scientists seek reasons behind Africa's low fatality rates from pandemic
Cardiovascular disease is a known risk factor among COVID-19 patients, which is why taking care of one's heart is of primary importance. Today, people are reminded that it is World Heart Day and one must take into consideration the foods that are beneficial for the heart.
World Heart Day: Foods that will keep your heart healthy
Scientists at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute have shown that blocking the construction of nuclear pores complexes – large channels that control the flow of materials in and out of the cell nucleus – shrank aggressive tumors in mice while leaving healthy cells unharmed. The study, published in Cancer Discovery, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research, reveals a new Achilles heel for cancer that may lead to better treatments for deadly tumors such as melanoma, leukemia and colorectal cancer, scitechdaily.com reported.
Scientists kill cancer cells by “shutting the door” to nucleus – may lead to new type of cancer treatment
Look down at the shoes on your feet or the pairs in your closet it's likely their front tips curve upward. This is known as the toe spring.
Your running shoes might actually increase your risk of injury, scientists Say
Heart disease in young adults and teenagers may be related to exposure to diabetes in the womb, according to new research published in Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ).
Heart disease in young people may be linked to diabetes exposure in the womb

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