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UTSA suggests COVID-19 can spread farther outside than originally thought, particularly with low win

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Women who have heart attacks receive less extensive care than men, research suggests

(CNN)Women receive less extensive care than men and are more likely to die in the hospital after experiencing a complication of severe heart attacks, researchers reported Tuesday.Women received important medical procedures less often or later than men, the team reported in the American Heart Association journal Circulation: Heart Failure. Women were also more likely to…

China ropes in over a dozen countries for its Covid-19 vaccine trials

China has roped in more than a dozen countries to conduct the final phase trials of its experimental Covid-19 vaccines, as it looks to stay ahead in the global race to immunise global population TopicsCoronavirus Vaccine | China | Coronavirus China has roped in more than a dozen countries to conduct the final phase trials of its experimental COVID-19…

Saliva tests could quickly detect asymptomatic COVID-19 cases, study says

Image Source : AP Saliva tests could quickly detect asymptomatic COVID-19 cases, study says (Representational image) Testing self-collected saliva samples could offer an easy, quick and effective mass testing approach for detecting asymptomatic COVID-19 cases, according to a study. The research, published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases, tested and compared the nasopharyngeal swabs and…

World Heart Day 2020: 5 lifestyle tips for a healthy heart

In these unprecedented times when the world is coming to terms with and fighting a pandemic, it is more important now more than ever to take care of our hearts.  According to the World Heart Federation, cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the primary cause of death on the planet and the causes range from 'smoking, diabetes,…

Medical Minute: Dr. Axtell with Saltzer Health explains the benefits of getting the flu shot

Medical Minute: Dr. Axtell with Saltzer Health explains the benefits of getting the flu shot - YouTube

World Heart Day 2020: Heart Disease Has Marginally Increased by 10 to 20% Compared to Pre-COVID

Picture Courtesy: IANS With the COVID 19 outbreak negatively impacting healthcare access and mobility, the pandemic is exacerbating the already high burden of cardiovascular diseases in India. Doctors and healthcare experts are concerned that delayed diagnosis and interruptions in treatment are resulting in many preventable deaths and the worsening prognosis for patients. Also Read -…

Vamorolone found effective in Duchenne muscular dystrophy in Duke trial

DURHAM, N.C. - A new drug Vamorolone is new hope for young boys with the progressive neuromuscular disease Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) by potentially offering an alternative to high-dose glucocorticoids that have significant side effects.Interim results from a 24-month clinical trial at Duke Health and other institutions suggest that the drug, vamorolone, may retain or…

Bacteria-free method for making SARS-CoV-2 infectious clones -Medical.Net

Using a circular polymerase chain reaction, researchers have developed a method for making severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) recombinant virus, with the ability to introduce mutations. The research by Japanese scientists is published on the preprint server bioRxiv* in September 2020. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to infect more and more people, there…

Nearly 1 million who died of Covid-19 also illuminated treatment

Home / World News / Nearly 1 million who died of Covid-19 also illuminated treatment The nearly 1 million people around the world who have lost their lives to Covid-19 have left us a gift: Through desperate efforts to save their lives, scientists now better understand how to treat and prevent the disease — and…

Early Covid treatments could be a ‘bridge’ to vaccine

Monoclonal antibodies that stop the coronavirus from spreading in the body are among promising strategies for averting severe illness from Covid-19 before vaccines arrive, said Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Antibody-based medications, other blood products from recovered patients and antivirals are being investigated as early treatments, Fauci said.…

Tiny airborne particles may pose a big coronavirus problem

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. The cone sucks up everything that comes out…

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Amniotic fluid stem cells may lead to better treatment for ischemic stroke -Medical.Net

Reviewed by Emily Henderson, B.Sc.Oct 7 2020 A study released today in STEM CELLS Translational Medicine points the way to a possible new avenue of treatment for ischemic stroke. The study, led by Annamaria Cimini, Ph.D., of the University of L'Aquila, and Liborio Stuppia, M.D., of D'Annunzio University, Italy, reveals how the secretome of amniotic…

Stopped on UP highway, Rahul Gandhi, sister Priyanka set off on foot to meet Hathras family

Home / India News / Stopped on UP highway, Rahul Gandhi, sister Priyanka set off on foot to meet Hathras family Rahul Gandhi and sister Priyanka Gandhi have set off on foot to meet the family of Hathras gangrape victim after the Uttar Pradesh Police stopped them at Yamuna Expressway, citing imposition of Section 144,…

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Covid-19 infects majority of bad dreams, suggests study

Home >Science >Health >Covid-19 infects majority of bad dreams, suggests study Picture for representation. (REUTERS) 2 min read . Updated: 01 Oct 2020, 11:58 AM IST ANI The study also offered some insights into the sleep patterns and stress levels of people during the pandemic lockdown Washington: In a paper published in Frontiers in Psychology,…
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