Lab-Created Virus Can Help COVID-19 Research

Researchers said the hybrid virus could help scientists evaluate a range of antibody-based preventives and treatments for COVID-19.

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Scientists Want to Create Tasty Food From Plastic

We have a problem with plastic. Not only is it difficult to get rid of without damaging the environment, but we appear to have an addiction to all things disposable. In the U.S., plastic is considered an integral and necessary part of daily life. Just a stroll down the grocery store aisle reveals an unhealthy […]

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Test for Coronavirus Antibodies Approved by FDA

The test checks for protective antibodies in a finger prick of blood, revealing whether a patient has ever been exposed to the coronavirus and now may have some immunity, The New York Times reported.

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COVID-19 'Therapies' Put Focus on 12-Lead ECG Alternatives

New reports show handheld and ambulatory ECG monitors can keep tabs on patients with COVID-19 taking drugs that prolong the QT interval, while medicine puts a spotlight on this tell-tale ECG sign.

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Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for Mom (That She Will Use and Love!)

As Mother’s Day approaches, I’ve gotten several requests from husbands of a few readers for gift ideas for Mom when regular chocolate won’t cut it anymore. I’ve compiled a list of some of the things I’d want to get (hint-hint honey) and feel free to add your favorites in the comments! Some of these are […]

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Why Is Protecting COVID-19 Origin Narrative so Important?

Dr. Meryl Nass is a physician in Ellsworth, Maine, who in previous interviews has helped us understand the unforeseen consequences of mass vaccination — consequences that could end up impacting public health in a very negative way. Here, she discusses what she’s been working on for decades, and how it relates to this current pandemic. […]

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Pandemic and Epidemic Collide in COVID-19

As the world’s attention remains focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, essential attention is turned away from other life-threatening epidemics, including opioid addiction. Prior to the COVID-19 crisis, opioid misuse and addiction had become rampant in the U.S. In the late 1990s, drug companies assured doctors that opioid pain relievers were safe and nonaddictive, leading to […]

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How to Find the Right Food Portion Size for Your Meals

Do you ever wonder if you’re serving up the right food portion size when you’re creating your snack or meal? Portion sizes and serving sizes can be confusing to say the least. How much should I be eating? Should I follow the serving sizes? How do I know whether or not I need more than […]

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