Alzheimer's Therapy

New Alzheimer’s Therapy Discovered by Targeting ‘Faulty Drains’

Scientists at Washington University’s School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri have shown that certain Alzheimer's therapies were significantly more effective when paired with...
Diabetes and Hypertension Caused by Insomnia

Diabetes and Hypertension Caused by Insomnia

New Study Reveals Possible Diabetes and Hypertension Caused by Insomnia - A recent study published in the peer-reviewed journal, Sleep Medicine Reviews, has examined...
Heart Inflammation Pfizer

Heart Inflammation Thought to be Linked to Pfizer Vaccine. Israel Examines...

On Sunday April 25, 2021, Israel’s Health Ministry announced its plans to investigate 62 cases of heart muscle and membrane inflammation in individuals who...
Malaria Vaccine

Potential Malaria Vaccine from Oxford is Most Effective Ever Made

A new malaria vaccine, known as R21, has proven to be 77% effective in early Phase II trials, the highest efficacy ever achieved by...
Drug for Heart Disease

AstraZeneca Announces Experimental Drug for Fighting Heart Disease

Scientists with one of the largest global pharmaceutical companies, AstraZeneca, have developed what could be a groundbreaking discovery in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases....
COVID-19 Vaccine Dose

COVID UPDATE: The CDC Reports Half of all U.S. Adults Have...

Where We Are Right Now? In yet another major milestone in the nation’s largest vaccination campaign, the United States reported on Sunday that half of...
No Surprises Act

No Surprises Act – New Legislation Prohibits Surprise Out-of-Network Billing

No Surprises Act 2020 has gone down as a year that many people would happily forget if they could. After being hit with one of...
Vaccine Blood Clots

CDC and FDA Recommend Pause on Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Following...

In a joint statement released on Tuesday, April 13, the CDC and FDA recommended the United States “pause” the use of Johnson & Johnson’s...
Blood Clots Covid

Risk of Blood Clots High in Recovering COVID Patients

SINGAPORE - The study, conducted by scientists at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), examined the possible link between COVID-19 infection, and the formation of blood...
Insulin Pill

Injection-Free Insulin: Scientists Inch Closer to an “Insulin Pill”

In a recent study published in Chemical Science, the flagship journal of the Royal Society of Chemistry, scientists stated that they have developed a...
George Floyds Girlfriend Trial Addiction

Opioid Addiction and Chronic Pain: Courteney Ross Opens Up About Her...

With the eyes of the nation fixated on the Derek Chauvin trial for the killing of George Floyd, perhaps the most powerful testimony to...
Baby Aspirin Possible Link to Lower Risk of Death

Colorectal Cancer: Baby Aspirin Possible Link to Lower Risk of Death

A recent study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, led by researchers at Cedars-Sinai Cancer, has uncovered a potential connection between...
Drop in Cancer Deaths

US Reports Largest Single Year Drop in Cancer Deaths Since 1991

Overall cases have dropped by 31%, with the United States reporting a record low 2.4% drop in all cancer-related deaths from 2017 to 2018. Over...
CDC Real-World Study Confirms Protective Benefits Of mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines

Pfizer and Moderna Vaccine 90% Effective After Two Doses According to...

On Monday, March 29, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released data from a study conducted on nearly 4,000 vaccinated health...
Prion Diseases

New Research Identifies the Cause of Fatal Brain Diseases

Understanding Prion Diseases Prion diseases are a group of rare, fatal brain diseases that occur when proteins called prions malfunction or 'misfold', which transform into...
AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine

AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 Vaccine: Could a Fourth Vaccine Be on Its Way?

While not currently approved for emergency use in the United States, AstraZeneca says it plans to file an application with the Food and Drug...
THC Stays in Breast Milk

THC in Breast Milk: New Study Shows the Active Ingredient Could...

A recent study published in JAMA Pediatrics suggests that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana, may remain in breast milk for up to six weeks.
Electromagnetic fields hinder spread of breast cancer

Electromagnetic fields hinder spread of breast cancer, study shows

Electricity may slow – and in some cases, stop – the speed at which breast cancer cells spread through the body, a new study...





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