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Oxford publishes a study on corona and air transmission

A study conducted by Oxford University scientists found that coronavirus mutations have a higher ability to spread through the air. And the study published by the British University press office for the American Society of Infection and Diseases stated, “The Corona virus is evolving towards


Nuts are not linked to weight gain, says new study

Researchers at the University of Toronto have found that nuts do not contribute to weight gain.   The review of quality research on links between nuts, fat consumption and body weight was recently published in the journal Obesity Reviews and is among the most comprehensive to date


Should raw meat and vegetables be washed before cooking them?

When it comes to food safety in the kitchen, it is important to maintain cleanliness from bacteria and cross-contamination. It's best to use hot, soapy water to wash utensils, cutting boards, and other surfaces you use, especially when handling raw meat and poultry. “It is important to rem


3 golden rules for a healthy heart

One of the biggest factors in lowering heart disease risk is switching from a sedentary lifestyle to being active for as little as one hour a week. Sure, the more activity, the greater the benefit, but just being active for one hour per week makes a difference. A plan for maintaining a healthy h


Make it liquid again: How to revive crystallized honey

Wonderfully velvety and creamy on the tongue: this is how most people want their honey on their toast in the morning. If, however, you find the sweet substance has crystallized and feels like sand between your teeth, you might think it's gone bad. "When consumers discover coarse crystals in liqui


What is the benefit of onions for diet?

The benefit of onions for dieting or weight loss is summarized in a number of points, including the following: fat burnerOnions may be used for dieting, as it contains quercetin, an antioxidant compound that may help burn fat, in addition to that it may work to supply the body with energy. Howev


Drug mix shrinks colon cancer tumors in 39% of patients: Study

Acombination of a previously existing cancer drug, Erbitux, and Mirati Therapeutics Inc's genetic mutation-targeting adagrasib have managed to shrink tumors in 39% of patients with advanced colorectal cancer in a small trial, the company said Sunday. Chief Executive Officer Charles Baum told Reut


Learn about the health benefits of turmeric

The health benefits of turmeric were recognized hundreds of years ago by ancient Chinese and Indian medicine, and here we will talk about the most famous benefits that have been proven by modern medicine: A powerful anti-inflammatory: One of the health benefits of turmeric has been proven to cont


Pfizer COVID-19 jab safe for children aged 5-11, clinical trial results show

Pfizer and BioNTech on Monday said clinical trial results showed their coronavirus vaccine was “safe, well tolerated” and produced a “robust” immune response in children aged five to 11, adding that they would seek regulatory approval shortly.The vaccine would be administer


How to take care of dry eyes in a screen-dependent world, from yoga to blinking

Ican't be sure exactly when it started, but mid-2020 seems an appropriate guess. Mild headaches coupled with itchy eyes – that only get worse when rubbed – finally led me to visit an ophthalmologist. I was convinced I had an allergy or, worse, pink eye. But instead, I was diagnosed wit


Fruit, vegetables and exercise can make you happier

New research led by the University of Kent and University of Reading has found that fruit and vegetable consumption and exercise can increase levels of happiness.   While the link between lifestyle and wellbeing has been previously documented and often used in public health c


Top doctors say not so fast to Biden's boosters-for-all plan

Just one month ago, President Joe Biden and his health advisers announced big plans to soon deliver a booster shot of the coronavirus vaccine to all Americans. But after campaigning for the White House on a pledge to "follow the science," Biden found himself uncharacteristically ahead of


British study to test mixed COVID-19 vaccine dose schedules in children

A British study will look into the immune responses of children to mixed schedules of different COVID-19 vaccines as officials try to determine the best approach to second doses in adolescents given a small risk of heart inflammation.Children aged 12-15 in Britain will be vaccinated from next week


New model could improve treatment of rheumatoid arthritis patients with cardiac disease

Researchers from Queen Mary University of London have developed a new approach to address cardiac disease in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients.   Currently patients with RA are particularly susceptible to a type of cardiac deficiency termed diastolic dysfunction, which may lead to hea


Moderna says Covid-19 vaccine protection wanes, makes case for booster

New data from Moderna Inc’s large Covid-19 vaccine trial shows that the protection it offers wanes over time, supporting the case for booster doses, the company said in a news release on Wednesday. “This is only one estimate, but we do believe this means as you look toward the fall an


COVID-19 vaccine booster not necessary, Lancet study says

Athird booster shot for the general population is not required as COVID-19 vaccines are effective enough at preventing severe illness, according to a report published by The Lancet on Monday. Some countries have started offering extra doses over fears about the much more contagious delta variant,


COVID-19 vaccine developed by Turkey to be tested in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan has agreed to conduct Phase 3 trials of Turkovac, Turkey’s first locally-made vaccine to reach that stage. Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay, who visited the Central Asian country last week, told Anadolu Agency (AA) Sunday that they reached a deal with Kyrgyz President Sadyr Japar


Experts propose policies for safer electronic health records

Developers of electronic health records (EHR) should create or modify their products to ensure that health care organizations can meet safety recommendations of the Safety Assurance Factors for EHR Resilience (SAFER) Guides, according to researchers with The University of Texas Health Science Cent



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