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COVID Booster: New WHO-recommended drugs, smart face masks, and poor birth outcomes

The World Health Organization (WHO) has released new recommendations for the use of two drugs in the treatment of COVID-19. The first, baricitinib, was strongly recommended for treatment of severe or critical COVID-19 in combination with corticosteroids. The…

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Risk of Death For Female Patients Is Much Higher if Surgeon Is a Man, Study Reveals

For female patients, operation outcomes tend to be significantly better when their surgeon is also female, recent research out of Canada has found. No one really knows why that is just yet, but a new model comparing…

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The Key to Raising Independent, Capable Kids

Sources link:- Courtesy Peer Reviewed journals.sagepub.com + springer.com Valuable principles that can help both you [ Father & Mother] and your children develop and thrive. As parents, it can be challenging to find the line…

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Can cats smile? Yes — but they use their eyes to do it, study discovers

Researchers say humans can appear more attractive to cats by smiling back — with a “slow blink.” Just like with people, a friendly smile can go a long way to winning over a cat. Researchers…

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Family factors affect child’s odds for cleft palate, study suggests

Economic status appears linked to increased risk of being born with a cleft palate or lip, new research suggests, building on past evidence that it can also result in delayed care and poorer outcomes. Cleft…

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Greenland’s Ice Is Melting Fast, but There Is Still Time To Act

Large volumes of melting ice raises sea levels worldwide, increasing the risk of devastating floods in coastal areas. Vast quantities of water are locked up as ice in Greenland’s giant sheets, yet these sheets are…

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Coffee consumption could lower Alzheimer’s risk

In labonline.com.au published and in which claiming that: A long-term study has revealed drinking coffee may make you less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease, with the results published in the journal Frontiers of Ageing Neuroscience. As…

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New study shows inequities in the use of heart disease-protective diabetes drug

A medication typically used for treating diabetes, glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists (GLP-1 RA), could also be used to prevent cardiovascular disease and major cardiovascular events, but a new study showed inequities in its use based…

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Lower antibiotic resistance in intestinal bacteria with forgotten antibiotic.

Peer-Reviewed Publication Courtesy eurekalert.org In eurekalert.org published an article which states that A forgotten antibiotic, temocillin, led to lower selection of resistant bacteria than the standard treatment for febrile urinary tract infection, in a study…

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