US biotech company Novavax announced its experimental COVID-19 vaccine elicited a robust immune response, producing more antibodies than are present in recovered patients, and with generally tolerable side-effects in its early-stage trial.
Novavax reports promising early trial results Of COVID-19 vaccine
Scientists in Canada have found that disruptions to the metabolism of lipids occur after childbirth in women with gestational diabetes who go on to develop type 2 diabetes.
Altered lipid metabolism following childbirth predicts later diabetes risk
For those battling debilitating depression, a new study delivers some bad news: Vitamin D supplements won't make a dent in improving mood.
Vitamin D won't reduce risk of depression: Study
The common cold might help produce immunity against COVID-19, even in people who have not been infected with the new coronavirus, according to a study published by the journal Science.
Common cold could boost COVID-19 immunity, study finds
Iran confirmed Tuesday over 2,700 new COVID-19 infections, its highest single-day count in more than a month, as the Health Ministry called for those without masks to be fined.
Iran records highest COVID-19 cases in over a month
Millions of people worldwide who take cholesterol-lowering drugs daily to ward off heart disease may not be benefiting as much as they think.
Cholesterol-lowering drugs may not have much benefit
US President Donald Trump signed an executive order expanding access to telehealth services for 57 million Americans in under-served rural areas and elsewhere, after virtual visits soared during the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump signs order to expand access to telehealth services in rural areas
Pharmaceutical companies should stockpile six weeks' worth of drugs to limit disruption at the end of the Brexit transition period, the UK government warned.
UK government tells firms to stockpile medicines for end of Brexit transition
Oncologists managing patients during the COVID-19 pandemic have been urged not to delay cancer treatment that could impact on patients’ survival, as not all cancer patients should be regarded as ‘COVID-19 vulnerable’.
Not all cancer patients should be regarded as vulnerable to COVID-19: Expert oncology group
Iranian elites living abroad are participating in the development of coronavirus vaccine in Iran through a platform created by National Elite Foundation, Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari said.
Iranian elites abroad helping develop coronavirus vaccine

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