Treatment with the rheumatoid arthritis drug tocilizumab, sold as Actemra, reduces the risk for death among hospitalized patients with severe COVID-19 by about 30%, a study published by JAMA Internal Medicine found.
Study: Tocilizumab reduces risk for death in patients with severe COVID-19
Britain will help fund trials using a manufactured COVID-19 virus to deliberately infect young healthy volunteers with the hope of accelerating the development of vaccines against it.
UK plans COVID-19 ‘challenge’ trials deliberately infecting volunteers
Iran to begin testing homegrown COVID-19 vaccine on humans in Nov.
Ministry reports record 5,039 daily coronavirus cases
Stroke victims who experience cerebral microbleeds during recovery are 50% more likely to suffer from a second cerebrovascular incident, a study published by JAMA Neurology found.
Brain 'microbleeds' after stroke increase risk for recurrence, study finds
New parents preparing a bottle for their baby should know the infant may ingest unwanted microplastics along with the nourishing formula, a new study warns.
Baby bottles release microplastics when mixing formula, study says
Certain oral antiseptics and mouthwashes may have the ability to inactivate human coronaviruses, according to a Penn State College of Medicine research study.
Mouthwashes, oral rinses may inactivate human coronaviruses, study finds
Scientists say they now may be able to identify men with prostate cancer at risk for it to spread, according to an article published by the journal Nature Cancer.
Researchers identify 'gene signatures' in metastatic prostate cancer
New parents preparing a bottle for their baby should know the infant may ingest unwanted microplastics along with the nourishing formula, a new study warns.
Baby bottles release microplastics when mixing formula, study says
Iran on Monday reported 337 deaths from the novel coronavirus, the highest daily tally since February, pushing the death toll in the country to 30,712.
Iran announces record 337 virus deaths in single day
Elevated birth weight is linked with developing atrial fibrillation later in life, according to research presented at the 31st Great Wall International Congress of Cardiology (GW-ICC).
Big babies could be at higher risk of common heart rhythm disorder in adulthood

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