New HIV Drug made at $40 per year for Single patient Can Suppress and Prevent HIV

Researchers say that a generic version of a drug already on the market, which can suppress and prevent HIV, would still yield a 30% profit even if the current price...
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Rise in Whooping Cough Cases Underscores the Need for Better Access to Mother-infant Immunization

Whooping cough cases are on the rise in Aotearoa New Zealand. To mitigate the impact, experts emphasize the need for an accountable antenatal immunisation system and enhanced immunisation support. In...
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Bird Flu Closely related to Cow Virus Infected 6 Colorado Poultry Workers

Public health experts are closely monitoring Colorado, following the unexpected spread of H5N1 bird flu into America’s dairy cattle herds and a potential cluster of human cases there. On July...
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Activating Brain’s Reward System Benefits Cardiovascular Recovery: New Study

Israeli researchers revealed that activating dopamine neurons in the brain's reward system could improve heart attack recovery, according to a statement released on Wednesday by the Israel Institute of Technology...
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Scientists from Israel Discovered Bacterial Immune System Through Virus Tail Alteration

Israeli scientists identified a bacterial immune system that alters the tails of phages and is "somehow able to stop the virus from spreading to other cells," according to a statement...
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Regional Malaria Control Campaign Begins with Vaccinations for Ivory Coast Children

Health workers in Ivory Coast began administering the latest malaria vaccine to children on Monday, marking the start of a regional campaign that experts hope will reduce the impact of...
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Diabetes Australia Announced New Funding to Boost Diabetes Technology Research

Diabetes Australia has unveiled a new funding initiative to advance research in life-changing diabetes technologies. The Diabetes Technology Research Accelerator Grant program aims to expedite the development of new diabetes...
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UN Expresses Concerns over Fall in Global Childhood Vaccination Levels

Global childhood vaccination levels have stopped, leaving millions more children unvaccinated or under-vaccinated than before the pandemic, the UN warned Monday, warning of worrisome coverage gaps that might lead to...
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Excessive Exposure to Light at Night Can Elevate the Risk of Diabetes: Lancet Study

A recent study published in The Lancet indicates that sleeping with the lights on can disrupt your circadian rhythm and increase the risk of developing diabetes. The population is nearly...
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POSTECH Research Team Makes a Breakthrough Discovery of Protein Regulating Lupus

A research team, including Professor Yoontae Lee and Ph.D. candidate Jiho Park from the Department of Life Sciences at Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), has discovered that a...
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Health Officials from New Hampshire Caution of Possible Measles Exposure

New Hampshire health officials say a resident with a confirmed case of measles visited multiple locations throughout the Upper Valley earlier this month, where they could have spread measles to...
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New Urine Test Offers Valuable Inputs for Early Detection and Prevention of Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is one of the most prevalent cancers in women, with approximately 660,000 new cases and 350,000 deaths worldwide in 2022. Almost all cases are associated with high-risk human...
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Medical Experts Caution on Hay Fever Symptoms Misunderstood as New COVID Variant

As the new Covid FLiRT variant spreads across the UK, Brits are being urged to differentiate between typical summer hay fever symptoms and those of the contagious strain of the...
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CDC Confirms 4th Human Case of Bird Flu From Dairy Cows

The fourth human case of bird flu connected to the current dairy cow outbreak was confirmed on Wednesday in a Colorado dairy worker, according to the Centers for Disease Control...
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New Satellite Hospital Planned in Bribie Island, making it 7th in Queensland state

The center will provide immediate care for non-life-threatening ailments. Australia is poised to open a satellite hospital on Bribie Island to provide free healthcare services, the seventh of its kind...
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Florida Health Department Cautions as Two Dengue Fever Cases Reported

The Florida Department of Health is warning that mosquitoes in the Keys may carry diseases following the diagnosis of dengue fever in two residents of the upper islands. These locally-acquired...
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Health Experts Caution of Large Fan Gathering Amidst Rapid Spread of FliRT Variant

Football fans gathering to watch Euro 2024 could be driving the 'building' summer Covid wave as the new FLiRT variant spreads amid a faltering vaccine drive. An infectious disease expert...
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Cervical Cancer Testing Simplified with New Pain-Free Home Kit

A new pain-free home test kit for cervical cancer, developed by postgraduate student Sânziana Foia with expert support from the Venture Builder Incubator (VBI), has been unveiled. The innovative device...
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How to Find the Perfect Location for Your Dental Office Lease?

Starting a new dental practice or moving your current one? Finding the right spot for your dental office is crucial! The best location can boost your success by affecting patient...
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UK Government Confirms Pfizer for RSV Vaccine Contract

After losing the initial round in the race to develop an RSV vaccine, Pfizer has now secured a major contract with the UK government to supply 5 million doses of...
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New HIV Drug made at $40 per year for Single patient Can Suppress and Prevent HIV

New HIV Drug made at $40 per year for Single patient Can Suppress and Prevent HIV

Rise in Whooping Cough Cases Underscores the Need for Better Access to Mother-infant Immunization

Rise in Whooping Cough Cases Underscores the Need for Better Access to Mother-infant Immunization

Bird Flu Closely related to Cow Virus Infected 6 Colorado Poultry Workers

Bird Flu Closely related to Cow Virus Infected 6 Colorado Poultry Workers

Activating Brain’s Reward System Benefits Cardiovascular Recovery: New Study

Activating Brain’s Reward System Benefits Cardiovascular Recovery: New Study

Scientists from Israel Discovered Bacterial Immune System Through Virus Tail Alteration

Scientists from Israel Discovered Bacterial Immune System Through Virus Tail Alteration

Regional Malaria Control Campaign Begins with Vaccinations for Ivory Coast Children

Regional Malaria Control Campaign Begins with Vaccinations for Ivory Coast Children

Diabetes Australia Announced New Funding to Boost Diabetes Technology Research

Diabetes Australia Announced New Funding to Boost Diabetes Technology Research

UN Expresses Concerns over Fall in Global Childhood Vaccination Levels

UN Expresses Concerns over Fall in Global Childhood Vaccination Levels

Excessive Exposure to Light at Night Can Elevate the Risk of Diabetes: Lancet Study

Excessive Exposure to Light at Night Can Elevate the Risk of Diabetes: Lancet Study

POSTECH Research Team Makes a Breakthrough Discovery of Protein Regulating Lupus

POSTECH Research Team Makes a Breakthrough Discovery of Protein Regulating Lupus

Health Officials from New Hampshire Caution of Possible Measles Exposure

Health Officials from New Hampshire Caution of Possible Measles Exposure

New Urine Test Offers Valuable Inputs for Early Detection and Prevention of Cervical Cancer

New Urine Test Offers Valuable Inputs for Early Detection and Prevention of Cervical Cancer

Medical Experts Caution on Hay Fever Symptoms Misunderstood as New COVID Variant

Medical Experts Caution on Hay Fever Symptoms Misunderstood as New COVID Variant

CDC Confirms 4th Human Case of Bird Flu From Dairy Cows

CDC Confirms 4th Human Case of Bird Flu From Dairy Cows

New Satellite Hospital Planned in Bribie Island, making it 7th in Queensland state

New Satellite Hospital Planned in Bribie Island, making it 7th in Queensland state

Florida Health Department Cautions as Two Dengue Fever Cases Reported

Florida Health Department Cautions as Two Dengue Fever Cases Reported

Health Experts Caution of Large Fan Gathering Amidst Rapid Spread of FliRT Variant

Health Experts Caution of Large Fan Gathering Amidst Rapid Spread of FliRT Variant

Cervical Cancer Testing Simplified with New Pain-Free Home Kit

Cervical Cancer Testing Simplified with New Pain-Free Home Kit

How to Find the Perfect Location for Your Dental Office Lease?

How to Find the Perfect Location for Your Dental Office Lease?

UK Government Confirms Pfizer for RSV Vaccine Contract

UK Government Confirms Pfizer for RSV Vaccine Contract

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