WITH CAVEATS, HOPEFUL NEWS FOR PRESCHOOLS PLANNING YOUNG KIDS' RETURN

Sabrina Lira Garcia is proud to work as a clinical assistant in the COVID-19 ward of a Los Angeles hospital, but sometimes she wishes...

INDIVIDUAL'S ALPHA WAVE FREQUENCY CAN BE USED AS RELIABLE PAIN INDICATOR, SHOWS STUDY

Rhythms produced by the brain can reliably be used to predict how sensitive we are to pain, new research shows.

 
 
 

AMERICA'S OBESITY EPIDEMIC THREATENS EFFECTIVENESS OF ANY COVID VACCINE

For a world crippled by the coronavirus, salvation hinges on a vaccine.

NINE TEAMS AWARDED UTHSC/UOFM CORNET GRANT FOR COVID-19 RESEARCH

Nine research teams are awardees of the 2020 University of Tennessee Health Science Center/University of Memphis SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19...

 
 
 

HEALTH CARE WORKERS OF COLOR NEARLY TWICE AS LIKELY AS WHITES TO GET COVID-19

Health care workers of color were more likely to care for patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19, more likely to report using...

COST ACTIONS TO DEAL WITH COVID-19 CRISIS

The current COVID-19 crisis puts the world to the test, and research and innovation will be key in tackling this enormous challenge.

 
 
 

NEW PROTOCOL REDUCES OPIOID USE FOLLOWING SURGERY

The majority of patients who followed an "Enhanced Recovery After Surgery" protocol did not need opioids for pain management at multiple...

SPECIFIC GENE IMPAIRMENT MAY ALSO PROTECT PEOPLE WITH DOWN SYNDROME

Scientists from Stanley Manne Children's Research Institute at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago discovered that...

 
 
 

NON-INVASIVE TECHNIQUE COULD ENHANCE LANGUAGE LEARNING ABILITY IN PEOPLE

New research by neuroscientists at the University of Pittsburgh and University of California San Francisco revealed that a simple,...

STUDY: INHALED SEDATIVES CAN REDUCE LUNG INFLAMMATION, IMPROVE SURVIVAL

A team from Lawson Health Research Institute are being funded by the Government of Ontario's COVID-19 Rapid Research Fund to study...

 
 
 

SYNTHETIC PEPTIDE CAN MAKE MULTIDRUG-RESISTANT BACTERIA SENSITIVE TO ANTIBIOTICS

Scientists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore have developed a synthetic peptide that can make multidrug-resistant bacteria...

NEW WHO SCIENCE COUNCIL TO SUPPORT LATEST ADVANCES IN TECHNOLOGY

As a science-based institution, WHO is always striving to be at the forefront of scientific progress and its potential to improve health...

 
 
 

NEURAL ACTIVATION DURING REM SLEEP REGULATES EATING BEHAVIOR

Despite our broad understanding of the different brain regions activated during rapid-eye-movement sleep, little is known about what...

GENE COULD PREDICT TREATMENT RESPONSE IN CERTAIN BREAST CANCER PATIENTS

Scientists have identified a gene which if present in certain breast cancer patients indicates how they will respond to specific therapies.

 
 
 

VELA DIAGNOSTICS' CORONAVIRUS PCR TEST RECEIVES EMERGENCY USE AUTHORIZATION FROM FDA

Vela Diagnostics announced that the manual version of its coronavirus PCR test has obtained Emergency Use Authorization from the U.S....

RPS CALLS FOR COMMUNITY PHARMACISTS TO BE ALLOWED TO ALTER PRESCRIPTIONS

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society is calling for all community pharmacists to be allowed to make changes to prescriptions that would...

 
 
 

FUJIREBIO ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF CLINICAL TESTING FOR NEW SARS-COV-2 ANTIGEN ASSAY

Fujirebio Diagnostics, Inc., a consolidated subsidiary of H.U. Group Holdings, Inc, announced today the initiation of clinical testing...

INNOVATIVE SYSTEM COMBINES MEDICAL IMAGING CAPSULES WITH DIGITAL PLAY

Endoscopy patients will soon be able to ‘play' with their insides as part of an innovative research project that aims to integrate...

 
 
 

NEW PARTNERSHIP ADVANCES VIRTUAL REALITY FOR SOCIAL ANXIETY DISORDER

BehaVR, a leading innovator of virtual reality digital wellness and digital therapeutics experiences, today announced that it has begun...

31ST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON HUMAN IDENTIFICATION IS GOING VIRTUAL IN 2020

Forensic DNA experts from around the world will gather virtually in 2020 for the 31st International Symposium on Human Identification.

 
 
 



Fauci says US has the worst COVID-19 outbreak in the world

Fauci says US has the worst COVID-19 outbreak in the world

Dr Anthony Fauci said the US has 'quantitatively' suffered from the pandemic as the country averages nearly 60,000 new cases and 1,000 deaths per day. Read more ...

Erectile dysfunction drug aviptadil may also beat Covid-19, experts believe 

Erectile dysfunction drug aviptadil may also beat Covid-19, experts believe 

Aviptadil, marketed as Invicorp in the UK, has been fast-tracked into clinical trials in the US after promising signs in a small number of patients in the US. Read more ...

Darolutamide Benefits Patients With Prostate Cancer, Says Study

Darolutamide Benefits Patients With Prostate Cancer, Says Study

The German Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care assessed whether adding darolutamide offers an added benefit for patients in comparison with the appropriate... Read more ...

Nerve Stimulation Boosts Language Learning Skills

Nerve Stimulation Boosts Language Learning Skills

Non-invasive technique called transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation using an earbud-like device can enhance complex cognitive skill like language learning in healthy people... Read more ...

Childhood Connection to Nature Linked to Many Benefits but is Not...

Childhood Connection to Nature Linked to Many Benefits but is Not Universally Positive

Connection to nature is complex, as it can generate negative emotions tied to issues like climate change as well as positive emotions, reveals a new study. Read more ...

Thousands of Covid-19 deaths 'to be wiped off the government's official...

Thousands of Covid-19 deaths 'to be wiped off the government's official toll' after counting fiasco

Health Secretary Matt Hancock last month ordered an urgent review into how daily death counts are calculated by Public Health England because of a 'statistical flaw'. Read more ...

Minority, Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Kids Have Higher Rates of COVID-19...

Minority, Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Kids Have Higher Rates of COVID-19 Infection

COVID-19 rates are significantly higher among minority kids and those from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, reports a new study. Read more ...

Ethical Eating With Health During COVID-19 Pandemic

Ethical Eating With Health During COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic provides many good reasons to eat in healthier and more sustainable ways, revealed new study. Read more ...

Russia Plans Mass COVID-19 Vaccination

Russia Plans Mass COVID-19 Vaccination

For October, Russia is planning a mass vaccination campaign against the novel coronavirus. The vaccination will be free of charge, the Minister added. Read more ...

More plandemic fraud: Now Texas has been caught lying about coronavirus deaths

More plandemic fraud: Now Texas has been caught lying about coronavirus deaths

An “automated error” supposedly led the state of Texas to massively over-inflate its Wuhan coronavirus death count, according to new reports. The Texas Department of State... Read more ...