Zachary Pottle

Zachary Pottle is a born-and-raised Mainer, who holds a BA in English with a specialization in professional writing from Saint Leo University in sunny Florida. He currently works as a journalist for Pain Resource, where he writes about breaking news in the medical industry. When not writing, he enjoys spending his time watering his plants and drinking a cup of earl grey.
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World Health Organization Reports Uptick in New COVID-19 Cases

On Wednesday March 3, 2021, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported a 7% increase in new COVID-19 cases globally. The increase in new cases...

Cancer-Causing Gene ‘Switched Off’: Recent Study Shows the Ability to Remove Specific Gene Sequence

In a recent study published by Stem Cells, scientists at the Stanley Manne Children's Research Institute at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital...

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Diabetes is a group of diseases that affects a person's ability to properly process food for energy use, which results in too much sugar...

How to Approach Allergy Season with Chronic Pain

As winter begins to subside in many states across America, spring brings about long-awaited warm weather, outdoor activities, and a break from the dreary...

Updated: New One-Dose Vaccine Approved by FDA for Third Treatment of COVID-19

Update: 3/1/2021 Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine will now become the third available vaccine approved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) for Emergency Use Authorization...

The First Nationwide Vaccination Study on COVID-19 Shows Results of 94% Effectiveness

As nations around the world gain access to widespread COVID-19 vaccines, scientists are getting a clear picture of just how effective vaccines like Pfizer-BioNTech...

A Pro Athlete’s Nutrition On & Off The Field – Interview With Vance Johnson

Last spring, with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people transitioned to much more sedentary work-from-home jobs, and with that, there has...

Recent Study Shows Potential for New Treatment of Crohn’s Disease

Researchers at the Stanley Manne Children's Research Institute at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago released a study in early February...

COVID-19 Variants Threaten Third Wave of Pandemic

Countries across the globe have been seeing a steady decline in the rate of new, positive COVID-19 cases since early January, prompting many to...

Super Bowl LV Spreads Concern Over New COVID Outbreak

With Florida reporting 3,615 more positive COVID-19 cases on Monday, its lowest since early October 2020, the aftermath of one of the largest gatherings...

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