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According to a study, Deaths from heart diseases went up during the COVID pandemic

As a new study, the number of people dying from cardiovascular disease (CVD) in the United States increased during the first year of the Covid-19 pandemic, rising from 874,613 in...
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As per Researchers, Type 2 Diabetes Patients Have a Double the Chance of Passing Away from Cancer

According to a significant study, having type 2 diabetes more than doubles the risk of dying from some malignancies. According to British experts, people with diabetes have a twofold increased...
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Scientists Say. Antidepressants Can Numb Enjoyment as Well as Pain by Making Patients Feel Emotionally Dull

Antidepressants SSRIs, or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, have been discovered to impact reinforcement learning, enabling people to learn from their surroundings and behaviors. These medications function by concentrating on serotonin,...
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A New Brain-checking Tool Aims to Reduce Risk at Any Age for Dementia

Risk of dementia People of all ages are encouraged to do more to care for their brains and reduce their risk of dementia. Alzheimer's Research UK's new brain check-up tool...
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A £2 Million Boost in Funding Will Give Children With Cancer Hope By Expanding Research Into Experimental Treatments

A funding boost for experimental treatments may give children with cancer new hope. Every day, at least a dozen families receive the devastating news that their child has the disease....
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Research Analysis depicts, Several Covid Outcomes Resolved in a Year

Following a minor acute SARS-CoV-2 infection, several health outcomes of patients who developed protracted COVID resolved one year later, according to a review of electronic medical records from an Israeli...
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HPV Vaccines Play an Important Role in the Prevention of Cervical Cancer

Cervical Cancer Preventive vaccinations have been created for the prevention of HPV infection and, subsequently, cervical precancer and cancer. Dr. Hemant Tongaonkar, Senior Director-Urologic & Gynecologic Oncosurgery & Head-Surgical Oncology,...
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Health Experts Say, Scotland Needs to Inculcate Covid-style Precautionary Measures in the Surge of Flu Levels 

Health professionals have urged Scots to adopt pandemic precautions in light of an increase in respiratory illnesses like the flu, COVID, and Strep A. Linda Bauld, a public health expert,...
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Breast Cancer Patients Get Proton Beam Therapy On NHS, In World-first Trial

Breast Cancer Proton beam therapy is currently being tested by British researchers to see if it can benefit people with breast cancer. The treatment may be superior to conventional radiotherapy...
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The Outbreak of Measles, Hospitalizes 32 children in Ohio

Measles outbreak In Columbus, Ohio, a measles outbreak has sickened over 80 kids and hospitalized dozens more. Most of these cases have involved immature individuals who were nevertheless qualified for...
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The Board of Infectious Disease Suggests Hospitals to Stop Screening Asymptomatic Patients for COVID-19

COVID-19 An influential board of infectious disease physicians recommended on Wednesday that hospitals and other healthcare facilities stop routinely screening asymptomatic patients for Covid-19 because the risks outweigh the benefits....
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Telehealth Services to Introduce Gender-Affirming Care to Primary Care Settings

Telehealth Services On 19th December 2022, although primary care clinics provide many valuable healthcare services to patients, they frequently fall short of providing effective gender-affirming care (GAC), which necessitates empathy,...
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Research Shows, Cells Alter Themselves if Body Is Subjected to Starvation

Starvation For body activities to run smoothly, cells require a constant flow of energy. To ensure a consistent supply of energy, the cellular metabolism must change during starvation periods, when...
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Gene Editing Technology Treatment for Resistant Cancer Could Turn to be a Scientific Layup to Treat Several other Diseases

Treatment for Resistant Cancer For the first time, a new gene editing technique known as base editing was used to successfully treat a teen with treatment-resistant leukemia. Alyssa, 13, was...
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Secondary school kid dies of suspected Strep A infection  

Strep A infection A secondary school student in East Sussex has died from suspected strep A, according to officials. The death of a student in Brighton from suspected strep A...
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A Liver Drug Reduces Symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 and Their Entry Into Cells

SARS CoV-2 In course of widely spread SARS CoV-2 that emerged in human organoid structures, animals and human organs maintained outside the body. The widely spread UDCA drug, used in...
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Monkeypox Researchers Alarm the People That It Would Go Global

Monkeypox In May, when monkeypox researchers began to spread unexpectedly, many public health specialists were surprised to see the rise. However, for the researchers from Central West Africa, who have...
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WHO renames Monkeypox to “Mpox” to prevent misinterpretations

WHO renames Monkeypox to “Mpox” As announced by World Health Organization (WHO), Monkeypox has been given a new name to disease by the name “Mpox” to avoid stigma and prevent...
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According to Research, Vaping Can Aggravate Dental Decay

Dental Decay The public is increasingly aware of the risks of vaping to general health since the use of vaping devices was linked to lung disease. A vaping habit could...
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Scientists Working to Develop Lab-made Options for Coronavirus

Coronavirus Within the evolutionary chess match between humans and coronavirus, scientists have a strategized move in developing monoclonal antibodies for the treatment of coronavirus. The lab-made cures losing their healing...
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According to a study, Deaths from heart diseases went up during the COVID pandemic

According to a study, Deaths from heart diseases went up during the COVID pandemic

As per Researchers, Type 2 Diabetes Patients Have a Double the Chance of Passing Away from Cancer

As per Researchers, Type 2 Diabetes Patients Have a Double the Chance of Passing Away from Cancer

Scientists Say. Antidepressants Can Numb Enjoyment as Well as Pain by Making Patients Feel Emotionally Dull

Scientists Say. Antidepressants Can Numb Enjoyment as Well as Pain by Making Patients Feel Emotionally Dull

A New Brain-checking Tool Aims to Reduce Risk at Any Age for Dementia

A New Brain-checking Tool Aims to Reduce Risk at Any Age for Dementia

A £2 Million Boost in Funding Will Give Children With Cancer Hope By Expanding Research Into Experimental Treatments

A £2 Million Boost in Funding Will Give Children With Cancer Hope By Expanding Research Into Experimental Treatments

Research Analysis depicts, Several Covid Outcomes Resolved in a Year

Research Analysis depicts, Several Covid Outcomes Resolved in a Year

HPV Vaccines Play an Important Role in the Prevention of Cervical Cancer

HPV Vaccines Play an Important Role in the Prevention of Cervical Cancer

Health Experts Say, Scotland Needs to Inculcate Covid-style Precautionary Measures in the Surge of Flu Levels 

Health Experts Say, Scotland Needs to Inculcate Covid-style Precautionary Measures in the Surge of Flu Levels 

Breast Cancer Patients Get Proton Beam Therapy On NHS, In World-first Trial

Breast Cancer Patients Get Proton Beam Therapy On NHS, In World-first Trial

The Outbreak of Measles, Hospitalizes 32 children in Ohio

The Outbreak of Measles, Hospitalizes 32 children in Ohio

The Board of Infectious Disease Suggests Hospitals to Stop Screening Asymptomatic Patients for COVID-19

The Board of Infectious Disease Suggests Hospitals to Stop Screening Asymptomatic Patients for COVID-19

Telehealth Services to Introduce Gender-Affirming Care to Primary Care Settings

Telehealth Services to Introduce Gender-Affirming Care to Primary Care Settings

Research Shows, Cells Alter Themselves if Body Is Subjected to Starvation

Research Shows, Cells Alter Themselves if Body Is Subjected to Starvation

Gene Editing Technology Treatment for Resistant Cancer Could Turn to be a Scientific Layup to Treat Several other Diseases

Gene Editing Technology Treatment for Resistant Cancer Could Turn to be a Scientific Layup to Treat Several other Diseases

Secondary school kid dies of suspected Strep A infection  

Secondary school kid dies of suspected Strep A infection  

A Liver Drug Reduces Symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 and Their Entry Into Cells

A Liver Drug Reduces Symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 and Their Entry Into Cells

Monkeypox Researchers Alarm the People That It Would Go Global

Monkeypox Researchers Alarm the People That It Would Go Global

WHO renames Monkeypox to “Mpox” to prevent misinterpretations

WHO renames Monkeypox to “Mpox” to prevent misinterpretations

According to Research, Vaping Can Aggravate Dental Decay

According to Research, Vaping Can Aggravate Dental Decay

Scientists Working to Develop Lab-made Options for Coronavirus

Scientists Working to Develop Lab-made Options for Coronavirus

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