Iran’s Health Ministry announced that more than 3,300 people have tested positive for the new coronavirus in the country from Saturday to Sunday.
Health Ministry reports more than 3,300 new coronavirus cases
Residents of Lake Jackson, Texas, have been warned about using tap water after a deadly brain-eating microbe was found in the city's public water supply.
US warned warned over water contaminated with brain-eating microbe
Patients as young as 15 are being given hip and knee replacements because they are so overweight, shocking new UK National Health Service’s (NHS) figures have revealed.
Number of obesity-linked operations in UK rising year by year for all ages
At a University of Maryland lab, people infected with the new coronavirus take turns sitting in a chair and putting their faces into the big end of a large cone. They recite the alphabet and sing or just sit quietly for a half hour. Sometimes they cough.
Tiny airborne particles may pose a big coronavirus problem
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday authorized the country’s provinces to impose lockdowns wherever necessary to stem a rapid rise in coronavirus cases.
Iran to impose new coronavirus lockdowns as cases rise
Over the years electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) — commonly known as "shock therapy" — has gotten a bad rap.
Is shock therapy making a comeback against bipolar disorder?
A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Eastern Finland found that the PLCG2-P522R genetic variant, which protects against Alzheimer's disease, enhances several key functions of immune cells. The results obtained in the study highlight the importance of immune cells as a target of future development of new therapies for Alzheimer's disease.
A genetic variant that protects against Alzheimer's disease promotes immune cell functions
Detergents, shampoos, soaps and other everyday items sometimes contain a group of chemicals called phthalates, which are often used to enhance products and add flexibility to plastics.
Researchers measure DINCH levels in women to help understand its effects
Could the mask — already seen by many scientists as the most effective shield against COVID-19 — have yet another benefit? Some researchers now believe that they expose wearers to smaller, less harmful doses of the disease which spark an immune response.
Do masks help boost COVID immunity?

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